Baby proofing a playroom

Custom extra wide baby gate for playroom

Custom extra wide baby gate for playroom Playrooms are the rooms in which children spent the most time alone, which is why parents must be extra careful in making sure this space is as childproofed as possible. Start by securing all dressers and shelves to the wall in order to prevent them from tipping over on children climbing on them. Avoid filling the room with toys that come with strings and cords (if this can’t be avoided make sure their lengths don’t exceed 6 inches), only buy age appropriate toys and periodically check consumer safety websites to ensure that products your child is using have not been recalled. If the room has windows make sure high quality window guards or window locks are in place, and install a suitable baby gate to keep your child confined to the secure area you’ve created.   The custom extra wide baby gate pictured above for example was placed strategically to keep little ones inside the playroom area and away from the desk and the staircase. Please remember to keep the area next to the gate clear of toys or furniture that could be used as a makeshift ladder or as a tool to gain height and climb over the protection. For more information regarding furniture straps, window guards, window locks and baby gates, please call 888.481.7233.

Baby safety gate for play area in O.C

Baby safety gate installed in a play area in San Juan Capistrano, Orange County Baby safety gates are used to keep babies OUT of danger zones such as stairs, kitchens and laundry rooms, but at the same time, are used to keep children IN. This large sectional child safety gate was recently installed in San Juan Capistrano by Baby Safe Homes Orange County to create a child safe play area.     Other than installing a baby gate to limit your baby’s moving space, we recommend other adjustments to further keep your child safe when creating a play area. Start by removing or blocking off tall floor lamps that could easily be pulled over, as well as securing top-heavy furniture with quality straps. Install blind cleats so cords are out of reach of the baby and make sure windows don’t open more than four inches. Remove glass-top coffee tables or replace glass with Plexiglas®, and pad sharp edges on tables and furniture. Check your electrical outlets, and make sure they are covered at all times. Last but not least, keep plants away from the play area: some are poisonous and also, leaves and dirt are considered choking hazards. For more information regarding baby gates, cabinet and drawer locks and latches, safety straps and much more, contact us at Baby Safe Homes Orange County by calling 949-264-3411 Or phone 888.481.7233, to find the Baby Safe Homes safety professional nearest to you!

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