Many new homes are being designed with family-friendly amenities, such as soft close doors and drawers. When moving into a new home with your family, particularly little ones, we know how important their safety is. We thought we’d focus today on a few childproofing musts for any homeowner.
As we said, soft close drawers and doors are a wonderful new design, but they must also be latched or locked for small children. Safety locks on drawers and cabinets help prevent children from getting into household cleaners, medications, and any other unsafe items.
Doorknob covers offer great assistance for toddler aged (and up) children as well. These are great for little ones who have learned (and might in fact love) turning and opening big doors. They’re useful for doors leading into basements, or upstairs. When used in conjunction with baby gates, they help create a “safe space” for your children to play.
that stay securely on furniture or hearth edges, also help by preventing injuries from falls against sharp edges of furniture and fireplaces. A