Screen doors can be a nuisance to playing, running or just curious children around your home or in your house. Youngsters would easily push and pull the screens or slide the doors out of curiosity. They can also find themselves bumping on the doors while running or playing. These can more easily predispose your children to safety hazards and can lead to even more lethal accidents in cases of loose glass doors or crinkly old glass. Screen doors are much more transparent and may not be easily noticed by children and even adults. They must, therefore, be installed with child safety proofs to curtail incidences of safety risks they may pose to your children. Here are two methods for circumventing such terrifying unfortunate situations. The steps are outlined below. While doing this, you will need the following tools: door top lock, drill, pencil, flat tip screwdriver, screen installation tool, pet screen and a knife.