Case Studies

 
 *Note: The first section (door) of the gate is slightly angled because we mounted the gate to the existing deck post, which stood a little wider than where the gate and T-bars line up.

*Note: The first section (door) of the gate is slightly angled because we mounted the gate to the existing deck post, which stood a little wider than where the gate and T-bars line up.

Enjoying Patio Spaces

Baby Proofing Montgomery helped a young family that moved into a townhouse in Reston, VA, optimize their outdoor space. The property backed up to the woods, had a wood-floor patio, and was not fenced in. A neighborhood walking path was the only thing separating the patio from the woods. This posed too many risks for a family with young children to make use of the patio. We customized the gating system to fit the space by using multiple 24” extensions, supported by T-bars to create secure posts, to close off the 14’ patio opening. Since the deck floor was wood, the gate’s T-bars were securely screwed to the floor. We also used a brown gate to match the wood patio.

 
 

Other Case Studies

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A “Wall” to Mount a Gate

What happens when there is no wall along the bottom few steps or when the top stair lands beyond the newel post?

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Flexible Tools for Your Home

Baby Proofing Montgomery also uses rust-proof retractable gates for outdoor use for openings less than 6’ wide.

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Creating Safer Play Areas

Baby Proofing Montgomery converted a covered patio that was adjacent to flagstone steps into safer play area.