Boulder, CO, April 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Louie Delaware – The Home Safety Guru, has just released his book, The Home Safety Guru’s Definitive Guide On How To Childproof Your Home – Making Your Home Safe and Secure for Little Ones.
When a parent is about to experience the transition of their infant into a toddler, this means that it’s time to do some serious childproofing. Exploring toddlers can turn many things in a home into a potential hazard or even a death-trap, especially if parents don’t know what to use or know how to properly install these goods. But even if they do plan to childproof, they probably don’t know where to start or are completely bewildered by the number of products available, and probably dreading those three little words, “Some Assembly Required."
There are many resources available to parents about what should be done to make a home safer for a toddler, but until now there has never been a book written by an Advanced Certified Professional Childproofer® expert on how to go about childproofing their home. Louie gives the answers they need, including which devices are the ones that are used by professional childproofers, along with his own step-by-step instructions (in plain English) on how to install them without destroying their home in the process.
Louie isn’t known as The Home Safety Guru® for nothing. His book provides parents with sensible and fact-filled advice about the most common (and often overlooked) risk factors in homes, the products professional childproofers use, and, most importantly, installation tips to help you bring do it all without a hitch.
Louie has over 10 years experience as an expert childproofer and has helped over 1,500 families make their home safer. Here in this book he shares his wealth of knowledge to help parents make their home and children as safe as they can be – at the same time reducing their stress levels.
The Home Safety Guru’s® Guide to Childproofing Your Home covers a broad range of topics, including:
Statistics and information on how kids get hurt
A checklist to determine which items in your home are dangerous and why
How best to keep stairs and certain areas and rooms off limits
Common sense suggestions for making the home environment safer, many without childproofing devices
Recommendations for specific childproofing products
A list of safety and fire preparedness tips
How to deal with a wide range of environmental hazards found in many homes
Clear How-To Installation tips, in plain English, designed to work with the manufacturer’s instructions, because we all know how vague or unclear those instructions can be
Dealing with special-needs children
Hidden dangers when traveling or visiting friends’ or Grandma’s homes
And many more items
This book is a parent’s one-stop essential resource to create a safe environment toddlers and a less stressful life for themselves.
For more information about Louie’s book, go to www.HowToChildproofYourHome.com.