A: No. It is not very strong. It is flimsy. They sell another version that is stronger, beige one I think.
A: Yes, if the segments are set up in a straight line. We use these to keep our small dog out of a certain room. The 6 segments can be set up with a slight bend between segments so they will stand up on their own.
A: Thank you for your question. Yes, a Wall Mount Kit is available so that you can mount your Superyard to the wall. This is a great solution for blocking off your living room or any large space between 38 1/2 inches to over 16 feet wide. Please note that the Wall Mount Kit is only recommended to be used with 6 panel Superyards so if you have additional panels you will have to remove them prior to mounting. For more information on the Wall Mount Kit, feel free to visit www.northstatesind.com.
A: I have one and added 2 more sections...not a whole one. I love the superyard it makes it so nice not to have to chance after the little ones...we have a very large room and it takes up the whole middle...LOVE IT
A: Thank you for your question. We recommend using a maximum of eight panels for optimum safety and stability of the Superyard.
A: Based on how each piece are connected I would say yes, you can connect more pieces to create a larger area.
A: Thank you for your question. Because every cat is different, we cannot say with certainty whether or not your particular kitten would climb the Play Yard.
A: The grates make this very easy for kittens to climb. I had the first kitten escape at 3-4 weeks old. You'll need to line the inside with something slick that they cannot climb.
A: We added more to make a larger play area and it worked fine.
A: We recommend that the Superyard Colorplay be set up in a shape with eight panels or less. The strength and stability of the yard comes from its reinforced ribbed panels working in conjunction with one another. For the greatest safety and stability our largest size recommendation is an octagonal shape.
A: Thank you for your question. There is a two-panel extension with a door available that is compatible with the Superyard. It can be purchased on Target.com under item 030-04-5396.
A: No you have to purchase one
A: Roughly 59" in diameter, plus or minus for corners. Hope this helps. I used the formula for the area of a circle: A=πr^2. I'd like to know myself what minimum and maximum open lengths are, to fit for a round playmat.
A: Thank you for your question. The Superyard will enclose an area of 18.5 square feet.
A: Thank you for your question. Yes, the Superyard is made of plastic.
A: Yes it is made of plastic
A: Each panel is 32 inches wide. You must always use an even number of panels in order for the Superyard to connect properly.
A: One panel is roughly two feet wide and they're really easy to take apart and put back together!
A: Thank you for your question. The panels can easily be opened for quick access. Simply refer to the instruction manual included with the yard to learn how to properly separate the panels.
A: I would not recommend using this and allow a child to pull up on it unless it was anchored in the ground someway. It is very lightweight and could fold up or either fall over. And just as an FYI, I used it to coral 3 small puppies. The biggest of the 3 learned quickly how to climb the grid and come over the wall. Hope this helps.
A: Thank you for your question. You can add or remove panels to make the size of space whatever you need. Keep in mind that you will always need an even number of panels to properly connect the enclosure.