If you’ve got a little one who’s learning to get around on their own, it’s time to “baby proof” or childproof your home. There are far more options and gadgets available than before, and it’s important to pick the childproofing methods that work best with your home. Here are a few devices to consider:
- Cabinet and drawer latches
- Door knob covers
- Entryway gates
- Toilet locks
- Outlet covers
- Non-slip mats
- Anti-scalding devices for faucets
- Rubber guards for faucets
- Corner softeners for tables
- Safety caps for medication, mouth wash, etc.
It can be difficult to determine what’s necessary when childproofing your home. There are several factors to consider, such as the age and mobility of your baby or toddler, as well as the overall layout of your home. Contact us to schedule an estimate, where our professionals can assess your home and help you make the best decisions to keep your child safe.