Installing a Stair Barrier

PLEASE NOTE: With the many variations in stairs and banisters, there is not one process for installation that applies to all homes. With the Stair Barrier you can use the banisters, spindles, multiple spindles and combination of both to install the product. The key is to try multiple options and find the tightest fit that works for your stairs.  If you have tried multiple options and cannot get a tight fit, please return the gate.

Q. Can a Wall to Banister Stair Barrier be installed on an angle? 
Yes, Stair Barriers do not require two flat surfaces for installation and can easily be installed on an angle. 

Q. What tools are required to install a Stair Barrier?
Banister to Banister Stair Barriers do not require tools or drilling for installation. Wall to Banister gates require minimal drilling on the wall side and the following tools: hammer, screw driver, stud finder and a level.

Q. Do you have to attach buckles to a staircase's main banister?
No, with the Stair Barrier you can use the banisters, spindles, multiple spindles and combination of both to install the product. The key is to try multiple options and find the tightest fit that works for your stairs. 

Q. How do I order additional spacers to accommodate my molding?

All Wall to Banister Stair Barriers come with 2 spacers, additional spacers can be ordered on our site.  If you are using more than two spacers behind a single bracket, longer screws may be needed to securely attach to wall.

Q. Are Stair Barriers machine-washable?

No. Stair Barriers are constructed with Class 1 upholstery-grade fabric (Same as furniture). We recommend spot cleaning with soap and water.

INSTALLATION GUIDES:

Banister to Banister

Wall to Banister

INSTALL EXAMPLES:

Attached to Both Banisters (Left) / Attached to Multiple Spindles (Right):
 
Wall to Banister (Left) / Wall to Multiple Spindles Behind Banister (Right) 

           

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