Safety Measures when Entering & Exiting the Garage
1. Keep the Garage Door Remote Out of Reach
2. Teach Children about Garage Door Safety
3. Install Safety Sensors
4. Regularly Maintain and Inspect the Garage Door
5. Secure Garage Door Opener Codes
6. Never Leave Children or Pets Unattended
|Keep the Garage Door Remote Out of Reach
|Store the garage door remote in a secure location away from children and pets' reach.
|Teach Children about Garage Door Safety
|Inform children about the potential dangers of garage doors and the importance of avoiding playing with the garage door opener or remote.
|Install Safety Sensors
|Ensure safety sensors are properly installed on the garage door system to detect objects and prevent accidents.
|Regularly Maintain and Inspect the Garage Door
|Perform routine maintenance checks to identify and address any damage or wear on the garage door.
|Secure Garage Door Opener Codes
|Regularly change garage door opener codes to prevent unauthorized access and enhance security.
|Never Leave Children or Pets Unattended
|Always accompany children and pets or ensure their safe location away from the garage door when entering or exiting.
Importance of Garage Door Safety
Child-Proofing and Pet-Proofing Tips:
Garage Safety Checklist for Child and Pet Safety
Child-Friendly Garage Doors
"Child-friendly garage doors are designed with features such as tamper-resistant controls, pinch-resistant panels, and auto-reverse mechanisms. These features help prevent accidents and keep children safe."