Screens keep bugs out, not kids in.
Nothing says spring and summer like opening the windows, setting the chairs and table on the porch, or planting flowers to adorn your deck. Keeping windows and doors open not only provides fresh air through the home, but it is a hidden danger in your home if you have little ones.
Window falls increase dramatically during the spring and summer months; however, they can be prevented. It takes supervision and a device called a window guard.
Install window guards!
Window guards should be installed to prevent the little ones from being able to fall outside. They are easy to install and should have a release mechanism in the event of an emergency or the need to move to another window.
We also want to remind you that no device replaces active supervision. It’s the key to ensuring your child doesn’t have access to open windows or doors around the home.