I think the OP meant let him loose, from his cage in the house? From what little I know about sugar gliders, they are nocturnal animals, and they need companionship (more than one glider) and they need to be exercised ("set loose") at night.
I think the safest way to do it is to purchase a special 'tent', using it to bond with the gliders, and train them....so they can be allowed out and about safely, at appropriate times.
I recommend you try again on a sugar glider board and listen to what experienced glider lovers are telling you.
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