The Best Indoor Dog Gates & Baby Gates
Goodbye, bulky, hard-to-store gates. Hello, sleek, modern HIDEAGATE
For decades, homeowners have been struggling to find a way to keep children and beloved family pets safe and separated from certain areas of the home. The dreaded, bulky removable gates that latch into doorways often fit poorly, are hard to operate or cannot withstand the determination of a large dog or curious toddler.
Introducing HIDEAGATE – the strong, sleek, cutting-edge interior gate that inconspicuously folds into the doorframe when not in use. Why use flimsy, unattractive removable gates, when you can HIDEAGATE? The innovative design makes HIDEAGATE the most effective of indoor dog gates.
Veteran custom home builder Drew Walling of Drew Walling Custom Homes near Dallas, Texas, and his wife Tiffany created HIDEAGATE while building their own home. The couple, who have two children and a large dog, wanted a sleek, modern, interior gate that could easily be hidden when not in use.
“We certainly didn’t want a cheap-looking, hard-to-operate pet gate from a local store,” Walling said, “So we created HIDEAGATE, a streamlined gate that collapses and tucks neatly inside of the wall when not in use. HIDEAGATE even can be installed at the top and bottom of staircases.”
HIDEAGATE is made with 14-gauge steel tubing and is powder coated. It can withstand daily wear and tear, gnawing and chewing. HIDEAGATE adjusts to fit most standard door frames and can be installed alone or in conjunction with a pocket or swinging door. When not in use, HIDEAGATE simply folds into the doorframe. HIDEAGATE’s sleek, modern design makes it both fashionable AND functional – a popular addition to any new home.
Demand for HIDEAGATE has soared since Walling installed HIDEAGATE in his own home.
“We have been asked to install HIDEAGATE into every single home we have built since the original was created for Scout, our dog,” Walling said. “We look forward to changing the way people see pet gates from now on and making HIDEAGATE a household name.”