Garage Door Safety

(NAPSI)-Teaching young children how to spell the word “door” may offer an additional lesson about garage door safety., a site sponsored by the International Door Association (IDA), spells safety this way:

• Doors are heavy–never stand, run or play under or near any garage door, especially when the door is open or moving.

• Openers are for adults–never play with the button on the wall that opens and closes the garage door.

• Ouch!–never touch any part of a moving garage door. Your fingers and hands can get hurt.

• Remotes are for adults–never play with the remote control in the car or on Mom and Dad’s key chain.

IDA is the world’s largest trade association of professional garage door and access system dealers and installers. The site helps homeowners learn about garage door safety and maintenance.

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