FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Do I need to baby proof my home?


Absolutly Yes, but to what extent is entirely up to you. Some safety products should already be installed as required by law such as smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Of course this is not enough, we recommend a bare minimum that will prevent accidents and give you a piece of mind. Kitchen and bathroom cabinets, drawer and cupboard locks Door locks to the bathroom, laundry room etc Window locks that lead outside and when you have a 2nd story or higher dwelling Safety baby gates to hazardous areas such stairs and fireplace Electrical outlet covers And lets not forget the anti-tip cables or straps for furniture and big screen TVs




What can an assessment provide me?


A detailed walk-through of your home will be your first guide on how to make your home safer.




Where are anti-tip straps commenly used?


They are commonly installed behind objects that are heavy or even light weight and can easily tip over, such as: Televisions, dressers, bookcases, filing cabinets, etc.




At what age should I begin child proofing my home?


A home should be child proofed as early as possible.




Where are gates commonly installed?


Gates are commonly installed infront of staircases, door ways, exterior patio stairs and fireplaces.




How do I know if my banister is safe or not?


If your slat opening is larger than 4 inches, it is recommended to add a banister shield.