Introduce Your Child With Your Garage Door02/23/2014 Back To Blog
If you happen to be a parent then you must know how sometimes simple no will just not cut it. You say “no” and you mean “no” but your children hear “why not” and “what is wrong with doing that”. And if we do not provide any sort of explanations then at some extent it really does make sense that the child is trying to figure it out on his own. It doesn’t mean you are a bad parent or your child is a bad child; it simply means your child is curios child just like children should be. The best thing you can do to prevent curiosity from turning into tragedy is talking to your child and trying to explain to him in detail what are the things he should be cautious about and why. One of these potentially dangerous tings are definitely your garage door. Garage doors are extremely heavy and extremely large items; among the biggest ones within our homes.
Can garage door be dangerous?
Garage doors can be potentially dangerous for grownups and let alone little children. Lots of garage door issues comes from poorly performed garage door installation, from inadequate garage door repairs or from unprofessional garage door replacements. For this reason it is absolutely indispensable you maintain your garage door on regular basis. Even if your garage door are performing impeccably you should still remember from time to time to inspect your garage door springs, garage door tracks, garage door rollers, the state of your garage door cables etc…
Can garage door be dangerous for children?
Garage door issues can be caused by faulty garage door parts and garage door mechanisms but quite often they may be caused by impropriate usage of the same. When it comes to children and their rapport with the garage door one needs to be particularly careful. Most of the registered accidents involving garage door took part when children get hold of the remote controllers. Great number of older children was reported to suffer certain injuries from garage door. Most of these children tried to mount on top of the door and take a ride until the garage door is entering the garage space. Most of the reported accidents and injuries occurred when the children failed to let go on time and were pulled into space between the garage door and garage top.