LisaJP
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    December 10, 2012
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Reminiscent of elegant fireplace screens, our sturdy Bronze-finished Mesh Pet Gates are a decorative alternative to standard pet barriers and are designed to enhance your home’s fine décor while keeping pets safely out of the way. Discover The Frontgate Difference . Tubular steel frame provides heft and stability and withstands dog bites and scratches Mesh is bordered with a scrolled filigree design Warm, oil-rubbed bronze finish Felt pads protect walls from damage Walk-through gate has auto-close feature and is not dual hinge (only opens in one direction) Not recommended for stairways Some assembly required (PDF format)
 
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5
best purchase ever,
Date:December 10, 2012
ByLisaJP
New/Existing Customer:Existing
Date:December 10, 2012
Sturdy and great looking. We have four large dogs (60-90 lbs). The gate keeps them out of the basement. Swinging door is easy to use. Wish we would have purchased this years ago!
Pros: Appearance, Quality, Durability, affordability
 
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Reminiscent of elegant fireplace screens, our sturdy Bronze-finished Mesh Pet Gates are a decorative alternative to standard pet barriers and are designed to enhance your home’s fine décor while keeping pets safely out of the way. Discover The Frontgate Difference . Tubular steel frame provides heft and stability and withstands dog bites and scratches Mesh is bordered with a scrolled filigree design Warm, oil-rubbed bronze finish Felt pads protect walls from damage Walk-through gate has auto-close feature and is not dual hinge (only opens in one direction) Not recommended for stairways Some assembly required (PDF format)
 

I want to use this gate at the top of the stairs, has anyone used at top of stairs without wall for it to lean against?

Yes. We use it on a tile entry way to keep dogs out of stairs leading to basement.
1 year, 11 months ago
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