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By Sander Hubb | Home Seller in Anthem, AZ

Anthem Homes is Safe for Kids

If you have a kid that is less than 8 years old and wanted to choose the best house that is secured and child friendly, Anthem real estate is the best home for family with kids. Anthem homes for sale has the design that is safe for your kids, you don't need to change the design of the entire house to place fences and other safe wall for your kids. The home was built to prevent accidents to a child, it is with garage, overhead gate and round edges, and here are some tips to design the living room, kitchen and bedroom to prevent accidents:

Living Room - Have a carpeted living room to prevent slippery floors especially to toddler that is always running and playing around. Also wooden tables and cabinets with round edges is the best furnitures to have when you have kids in your home. Placing cabinets far from windows to avoid children from climbing and reach the window that may cause them falling and place locks on cabinets that may contains small parts or poisonous substance so that children will not able to get them.

Kitchen - Make the overhead cabinets for utensils especially for sharp knives. All switches, electrical outlets and plugs for electrical appliances should be on top or hidden that is cannot be reached by children. Have a round edges counter and tables, chairs should always be under the table so that children will not climb. Make safety gates to block the children from accessing the kitchen and bathroom when you are cleaning the house.

Bedroom - Always lock the doors to prevent the kids fall down in the stairs. Check the window blinds, it pose a particular hazard because a baby's neck could become trapped in the cords that raise the blinds or run through the slats. A child can become entangled in a looped window cord and strangle in a matter of minutes so better use cordless window coverings wherever possible. Also, avoid placing your baby's crib near a window.
 
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