Explore the cost-effective and efficient door safety guards

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Each year, thousands of children’s fingers are trapped between the door’s hinges, leading to long life damages. In some extreme cases, these injuries even require amputation. Therefore, whether you run a school, day-care centre or even home, you should install door safety guards in your place to reduce the risks of these types of accidents.

Installing finger safety guards at your doors is one of the best ways to prevent finger trapping injuries. There are different types of products available in the market for preventing door-related accidents. But, if you don’t have any idea about which type of product will be best for your premises’ doors, here are some examples of cost-effective and efficient door safety products that you can consider.

Door Finger Protector

Door finger protection devices are perfect for preventing your child from finger-trapping accidents. This modular door safety system is affordable, easy to install and pretty durable.

Slam Stopper

This anti-door slam device is perfect for preventing your child’s fingers from getting pinched in the closing door’s handle side. Easy to install and maintain, this type of safety guard can also be installed with most conventional framed doors.

Slide Safe

Slide safe system is an ideal door finger guard for schools, daycare centres or even home. It is designed for sliding door systems to reduce the risk of door-related finger-hand accidents.

So, these are the three cost-effective and efficient door safety guards for your establishment. Once you have installed these systems in your door, you can be assured that your children’s finger(s) won’t suffer door-related finger injuries in future.

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