Your House's Danger Zones

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Carbon monoxide is a silent killer because it is an odorless, undetected poisonous gas. Carbon monoxide smoke detectors can keep your entire family safe.

There are some rooms that are not safe for children so door knob guards can keep children out of them. This is especially useful for doors that lead to steep stairs, such as the basement, or the bathroom if you don't want your child in there unattended. As an alternative, you can also put up safety gates.

Some pieces of furniture that have sharp corners can also be dangerous to very small children, especially those who are first learning to walk. Corner and edge bumpers can be a great way to protect your child from injuries.

Children can also pull large pieces of furniture on top of them if they are not secured to the wall. Bookshelves, curio cabinets and other types of heavy furniture should be anchored to the wall.

By following these simple safety tips you can be sure that your child will be safe and happy in your home.