In this video, Nathan Gilbert, Mauro Henrique, and Heath Eastman help a homeowner prepare their home for their baby’s future, keeping them safe from serious hazards like poisons, electricity, and falls.
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Painting expert Mauro Henrique, master electrician Heath Eastman, and carpenter Nathan Gilbert take us on a house call to help a homeowner with babyproofing their home. The three get to work testing for lead paint, installing safer outlets, and mounting gates and latches to keep baby Jack safe as he grows.
Babyproofing a home is essential for keeping children safe as they grow. Safeguarding items like household cleaners and poisons, as well as hazards like electrical outlets and stairs, can help avoid terrifying accidents. To help, painting expert Mauro Henrique, master electrician Heath Eastman, and carpenter Nathan Gilbert show us how to babyproof a home.
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