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KidCo Gateway 12.5" Extension Kit - Black

KidCo Gateway 12.5" Extension Kit - Black
SKU: NLE5KC_G4111
MPN: G4111
$39.95

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    • Can Be Used With The Gateway and Auto Close Gateway Pressure Mount Gates
    • 12.5"
Availability: In Stock
$39.95
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    KidCo Gateway 12.5" Extension Kit - Black

    The G4110 is a 12.5″ extension that can be used with the Gateway pressure mount gate. Please see the guide below to find out how many extensions you will need based on the width of your opening. There is overlap in the measurements to account for uneven surfaces. As you journey through the incredible experience of parenthood, we are right beside you.  Family owned and operated for over 30 years, KidCo is the brand that parents trust for home safety.

    Gateway Extension Placement Guide
    31.5″ – 37″ Included with gate
    37″ – 42.5″ 1-G4100
    42.5″ – 47.5″ 2-G4100
    47.5″ – 49.5″ 1-G4110
    49.5″ – 55″ 1-G4110 + 1-G4100
    55″ – 62″ 2-G4110
    62″ – 68″ 2-G4110 + 1-G4100
    68″ – 73.5″ 2-G4110 + 2-G4100

    The tiniest person you know is now the largest part of your life. Putting up safety gates can help keep curious crawlers away from the potentially dangerous areas of your home, like staircases or the kitchen, while still encouraging them to experience their environment.

    What to look for when shopping for a baby gate:

    Dimensions. Deciding which safety baby gate is best is largely dependent upon your space. Measure the space before making any purchases, checking for any potential mounting blocks, like uneven surfaces or base molding. These may require additional mounting kits for proper installation.

    Walk-through vs. climb-over Walk-through doorways are recommended, as opposed to ones that need to be climbed over. Climb-over gates can pose a tripping hazard if you don't clear the top of the gate, whereas walk-through gates have a door that an adult can open when you need to move from room to room.

    Locking mechanism. Seeking gates with self-locking mechanisms is best. A self-locking gate will automatically lock when the gate is closed instead of requiring a two-step locking process of closing, then latching the gate.

    Check that safety gates meet the industry standards. Look for JPMA certification (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association) to ensure your gate has been through third-party checks for safety considerations like height and spacing safety requirements. Watch out for gaps exceeding three inches, to avoid any stuck limbs or escapees, prepare to mount gates as low to the floor as possible, but never over three inches from the base.

    What makes KidCo Safety Gates the best?

    • Top quality raw materials: thicker, virgin steel, furniture grade hardwood, reinforced resins, certified non-toxic (no lead) paint
    • Manufactured with precision, robotic welding and form fitting
    • Meet and exceed US Child Safety Standards
    • Unique features not found on other gates

    What is the best safety gate for stairs?

    There are two things you’ll want to look for when shopping for a baby gate for the top of the stairs: a hardware mount (pressure mounts aren’t recommended for stairs since they’re not secured to the walls) and no bottom bar (since that can be a trip hazard). Check out the options we have available of Kidco ® safeway ® Top of Stair Baby Safety Gates and Stairway Gate Installation Kits that allow you to properly install any child safety gate to stairway banisters, without drilling into your expensive, decorative wood.

    How do you install a KidCo baby gate?

    It's crucial to get the right type of safety gate for each location in your home. Gates used at the top of stairs, indoors or outside, must be hardware-mounted. You can use pressure-mounted gates at the bottom of stairs and between rooms.

    Hardware-mounted or permanent gate
    This type of gate requires screws for installation in a doorway. If properly secured to the doorjamb or between two walls, hardware-mounted gates are the most secure choice, although no gate can be guaranteed to keep a child in or out.

    Installation: You must drill holes into the door frame or, if the opening doesn't have a wood door frame, you must drill through the drywall or plaster into the wood framing behind. You can remove many of these gates from the mounting hardware when you want the doorway or opening free. Stairway Gate Installation Kits that allow you to properly install any child safety gate to stairway banisters, without drilling into your expensive, decorative wood.

    Pressure-mounted gate

    Pressure-mounted gates are suitable for less hazardous locations, such as between rooms. They're useful in areas where falling isn't a major concern, such as in a doorway separating two areas with same-level flooring; you might use one, for example, to cordon off your kitchen so you can make dinner without a crawling baby underfoot. You could also use one at the bottom of a stairway to discourage your little climber from venturing upstairs.

    Installation: To set one up, you adjust it to fit the opening by squeezing it into position. A pressure bar or other locking mechanism wedges the gate in place, leaving no permanent holes, although it may mark the door frame or wall.

    KidCo's Commitment to Quality

    For almost 20 years, KidCo has brought top-quality, award-winning products to the juvenile products market. And the product that started it all? Safety gates. These were the first metal gates introduced to the US market.

    Our designers and engineers are well versed in world-wide safety standards, applying only those most stringent to KidCo baby gates (thereby meeting and exceeding voluntary U.S. standards). We seek out top quality raw materials like virgin steel, re-enforced resin and certified non-toxic paint to offer a finished product that provides long life. We have on-site factory inspections, making sure that all products are being manufactured in a safe environment. All this culminating into a product you can trust and depend on for years to come.

    But KidCo’s commitment to quality doesn’t only apply to our safety gates. All our products have the same dedication to excellence.

    Our home safety products are designed to offer physical properties and unique features not seen on our competitor’s: glass reinforced resin, on/off features, and protective electrical barriers and adhesive mount applications, just to name a few.

    As the juvenile products market grows and more products find their way into our everyday lives, you can be assured that KidCo has researched, designed, engineered, and sourced products that will live up to your highest expectations. However, if for any reason you are not completely satisfied with any KidCo product, we will either repair it or replace it for you. We are that confident!

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Color Black
    Color Name Black
    Country Of Origin United States
    Left Overlay Image Made in America.png
    Brand KidCo

KidCo Gateway 12.5" Extension Kit - Black

The G4110 is a 12.5″ extension that can be used with the Gateway pressure mount gate. Please see the guide below to find out how many extensions you will need based on the width of your opening. There is overlap in the measurements to account for uneven surfaces. As you journey through the incredible experience of parenthood, we are right beside you.  Family owned and operated for over 30 years, KidCo is the brand that parents trust for home safety.

Gateway Extension Placement Guide
31.5″ – 37″ Included with gate
37″ – 42.5″ 1-G4100
42.5″ – 47.5″ 2-G4100
47.5″ – 49.5″ 1-G4110
49.5″ – 55″ 1-G4110 + 1-G4100
55″ – 62″ 2-G4110
62″ – 68″ 2-G4110 + 1-G4100
68″ – 73.5″ 2-G4110 + 2-G4100

The tiniest person you know is now the largest part of your life. Putting up safety gates can help keep curious crawlers away from the potentially dangerous areas of your home, like staircases or the kitchen, while still encouraging them to experience their environment.

What to look for when shopping for a baby gate:

Dimensions. Deciding which safety baby gate is best is largely dependent upon your space. Measure the space before making any purchases, checking for any potential mounting blocks, like uneven surfaces or base molding. These may require additional mounting kits for proper installation.

Walk-through vs. climb-over Walk-through doorways are recommended, as opposed to ones that need to be climbed over. Climb-over gates can pose a tripping hazard if you don't clear the top of the gate, whereas walk-through gates have a door that an adult can open when you need to move from room to room.

Locking mechanism. Seeking gates with self-locking mechanisms is best. A self-locking gate will automatically lock when the gate is closed instead of requiring a two-step locking process of closing, then latching the gate.

Check that safety gates meet the industry standards. Look for JPMA certification (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association) to ensure your gate has been through third-party checks for safety considerations like height and spacing safety requirements. Watch out for gaps exceeding three inches, to avoid any stuck limbs or escapees, prepare to mount gates as low to the floor as possible, but never over three inches from the base.

What makes KidCo Safety Gates the best?

  • Top quality raw materials: thicker, virgin steel, furniture grade hardwood, reinforced resins, certified non-toxic (no lead) paint
  • Manufactured with precision, robotic welding and form fitting
  • Meet and exceed US Child Safety Standards
  • Unique features not found on other gates

What is the best safety gate for stairs?

There are two things you’ll want to look for when shopping for a baby gate for the top of the stairs: a hardware mount (pressure mounts aren’t recommended for stairs since they’re not secured to the walls) and no bottom bar (since that can be a trip hazard). Check out the options we have available of Kidco ® safeway ® Top of Stair Baby Safety Gates and Stairway Gate Installation Kits that allow you to properly install any child safety gate to stairway banisters, without drilling into your expensive, decorative wood.

How do you install a KidCo baby gate?

It's crucial to get the right type of safety gate for each location in your home. Gates used at the top of stairs, indoors or outside, must be hardware-mounted. You can use pressure-mounted gates at the bottom of stairs and between rooms.

Hardware-mounted or permanent gate
This type of gate requires screws for installation in a doorway. If properly secured to the doorjamb or between two walls, hardware-mounted gates are the most secure choice, although no gate can be guaranteed to keep a child in or out.

Installation: You must drill holes into the door frame or, if the opening doesn't have a wood door frame, you must drill through the drywall or plaster into the wood framing behind. You can remove many of these gates from the mounting hardware when you want the doorway or opening free. Stairway Gate Installation Kits that allow you to properly install any child safety gate to stairway banisters, without drilling into your expensive, decorative wood.

Pressure-mounted gate

Pressure-mounted gates are suitable for less hazardous locations, such as between rooms. They're useful in areas where falling isn't a major concern, such as in a doorway separating two areas with same-level flooring; you might use one, for example, to cordon off your kitchen so you can make dinner without a crawling baby underfoot. You could also use one at the bottom of a stairway to discourage your little climber from venturing upstairs.

Installation: To set one up, you adjust it to fit the opening by squeezing it into position. A pressure bar or other locking mechanism wedges the gate in place, leaving no permanent holes, although it may mark the door frame or wall.

KidCo's Commitment to Quality

For almost 20 years, KidCo has brought top-quality, award-winning products to the juvenile products market. And the product that started it all? Safety gates. These were the first metal gates introduced to the US market.

Our designers and engineers are well versed in world-wide safety standards, applying only those most stringent to KidCo baby gates (thereby meeting and exceeding voluntary U.S. standards). We seek out top quality raw materials like virgin steel, re-enforced resin and certified non-toxic paint to offer a finished product that provides long life. We have on-site factory inspections, making sure that all products are being manufactured in a safe environment. All this culminating into a product you can trust and depend on for years to come.

But KidCo’s commitment to quality doesn’t only apply to our safety gates. All our products have the same dedication to excellence.

Our home safety products are designed to offer physical properties and unique features not seen on our competitor’s: glass reinforced resin, on/off features, and protective electrical barriers and adhesive mount applications, just to name a few.

As the juvenile products market grows and more products find their way into our everyday lives, you can be assured that KidCo has researched, designed, engineered, and sourced products that will live up to your highest expectations. However, if for any reason you are not completely satisfied with any KidCo product, we will either repair it or replace it for you. We are that confident!

Clearance Non-Clearance
Color Black
Color Name Black
Country Of Origin United States
Left Overlay Image Made in America.png
Brand KidCo


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