Published at Wednesday, 03 October 2018. Fence Modern. By .
Every day kids are kidnapped from their families. These children may be taken from their own backyard or from in front of their house. It only takes seconds for a child to go missing and in many cases their parents were doing their best to keep them safe. Unfortunately criminals look for potential victims and they especially look for kids who are easily attainable.
Some children enjoy playing outside and may request to do so on more than one occasion. The backyard could be set up for children to play with mini playground structures picnic tables and sand toys. When there is no protective barrier around the yard children will be exposed to the potential of strangers. Criminals can approach children quickly and engage in a conversation with them. It does not take long to have a child kidnapped right from their own yard. Parents who leave their children in the backyard and watch them from the window could have a false sense of trust as they believe that their own backyard is safe. The truth may be that quiet neighborhoods are as much at risk as city backyard spaces. When a criminal walks down the street and sees a child playing alone it could put that child at risk for being taken. The Department of Justice has reports of many children who go missing every day; many of these crimes happen in their own neighborhood.
The wonderful thing about a double gate is that it functions as a single gate and the second gate leaf only opens when you choose for it to. When considering gate placement think of ease of entry and exit. You may want a gate close to the side door in a garage. A good place for a double gate is the side of the house close to the driveway. That way if you do need to get a vehicle through it you dont have to drive across the front yard. Gates in the back of the fence can be nice if you have a deep lot or back up to an easement. Gates into next door neighbors yards can also be nice but keep in mind if you or the neighbor sell the house the gate may not be welcome by the new occupant.
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