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Child Safety Locks For Closet Doors

The invention of shades or blinds inside the glass panes within doors and windows was not only a smart idea but also a safe one. Dangling cords from window and door shades pose a great danger to children. As said above, children are full of energy and will play with anything they can get their hands on. Most of those cords are at eye level for them to grab and it can be a safety hazard if they get tangled up in it. If you do have shades with cords that dangle to the floor, make sure you find a way to place them higher so they are out of reach of any child’s hands to keep them safe.

First, keep all furniture away from open windows. Children are full of energy and if they are playing on the furniture near an open window it increases the likelihood of an accident happening. Make sure all furniture is a good distance away from the window so that a child could not easily access it.

Third, make sure to read the labels on the screens. Screens have a label stating, “WARNING: Screen will not stop child from falling out window”. This is not a warning to take lightly. Most screens are insect protector screens. They are designed to keep insects out of the house, not to keep children inside the house. So please remember to read all warning labels and follow them to make sure you and your loved ones are safe!

Windows can be life saving in the event of a fire. Test your windows each month to make sure that they are safe and open easily. If not, it may be time for new windows. Thinking about buying new windows for your home may make you a little nervous, but you shouldn’t worry! There are plenty of affordable options to complement your home that will make you feel secure in your decision for new windows.  You don’t want to risk it when the time comes and your windows won’t open. Be proactive with your windows and you could end up saving a life.

Child Safety Seat Recall List

Window and door safety is important in all homes. As you can tell window and door safety ranges from fire safety to child safety and everything in-between. Your home is supposed to be a safe space for everyone to enjoy. Having an unsafe part of your home, like your windows and doors, disrupts that safe space. By following the above window and door safety tips and you will be on your way to creating that safe space for you and your family!

Tempered glass is something that everyone should be aware of. You might not even know that there is tempered glass all around you. Hockey rink boards as well as car windshields are both made of tempered glass for example. It is much stronger and is more heat resistant than regular glass.

Glass doors and glass inlays on doors are nice to look at but could also pose a danger if hit. Glass can be a pain to clean up and could also result in injury. Try replacing the glass with tempered glass or finding a door with fiberglass inlays to decrease the dangers of broken glass.

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