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annap's Reviews
 
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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3 out of 5
3 out of 5
noisy gate,
Date:June 28, 2012
Byannap
New/Existing Customer:New
Date:June 28, 2012
It is solid and very nice looking, but on a solid wood floor, it still rattles and is very loud when the spring hinged door closes. Also, I had to turn the front piece backward in order to have the door open outward away from the stairs, which hides the design somewhat. It works, but not as well as I had hoped.
Pros: Durability
Cons: noise
 
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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)
 

can the gate go on the other side (right)

The only way I found to make the gate open the other way is to flip the front panel around, which obscures the decorative scrollwork a little bit.
1 year, 9 months ago
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