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Parent's Feedback

  • "What we liked the most as new parents, is we didn't have to learn what to child proof after an accident happened. You were preventative in a way only the experienced can be."

    — Laura

  • "knowledgeable and friendly… Jay helped me completely babyproof my home and helped make it a safe environment for my four kids…"

    —Nikki G.

  • "Jay was thorough, knowledgeable, fast, and professional in his work. He was extremely easy to talk and work with. Our home was extremely child-safe after he finished his work in the house. We got great value for our money and time."

    —John H.

  • "I've recommended you lots of times to friends! Our son is two now but we are grateful every day for how much safer you made our home - especially love that you were able to put up a safety gate to our basement that works great for our son..."

    — Donna

  • "Jay did an amazing job baby-proofing our house. He selected and installed great products that are easy to use and that are still going strong after nearly a year of constant use. I highly recommend him!"

    — Audra H.,
    hired The Coach in 2010

  • "Jay is professional, personable and an expert on what he does!…helped us on several occasions to make our home a safe place for our twins...will not push you into extra things, very honest about what is needed…"

    — Jessica G.,
    hired The Coach in 2011

  • "Jay child-proofed my house with top quality products that kept my children safe! He was honest and a pleasure to work with."

    — Sandy H.,
    hired The Coach in 2011

  • "Jay came when my son starting walking at 7 months...with several creative solutions that not only baby-proofed the house but also were very functional for everyday living. He is very personable and professional."

    — Adele L.,
    hired The Coach in 2011

  • "Jay was wonderful! His prices were very reasonable, he was curteous, and his work A+++++. I would highly recommend him to anyone..."

    - Katie W. in Trumbull, CT

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What You Need

5Most Overlooked Child Safety
Hazards In your Home!

  1. 1.AUDIO and/or VIDEO MONITOR CORDS: If you have any stereo, entertainment, or computer systems in your home, their cords can run down the side of furniture or along the floor where your child can grab them and get tangled or strangled while you're not even in the room. Don't leave these cords exposed and within reach while you are pre-occupied preparing dinner or answering e-mails.
  2. 2.SHOEBOXES: Chances are your shoeboxes contain those small white Silica gel packets that most shoe manufacturers use to preserve shoes after they leave the factory. To a child these look like a nice candy treat. The gel balls in the packet are not necessarily deadly but can be a dangerous for a child and are easily accessible. Spare yourself the 911 call, Get rid of them!
  3. 3.DISHWASHER: Forget locking. I find that in most cases they are not even clicked closed. Children love to help. We don't need any help putting away the steak knives, do we? Even more importantly, remnants of Cascade — which also looks like candy to a child — are often times found in the now open dispenser. One finger dip in the mouth and it's another 911 call you don't need to make.
  4. 4.CLUTTER: Clutter can contain paper clips, loose change, bobby pins, etc. All of these things are choking hazards and other types of clutter can also be a serious tripping hazard as well. Carrying a child up near your head creates a blind spot and even a tiny pile of clutter becomes a serious hazard.What about clutter on the stairs? Most people have a little pile things they want to take upstairs on their next trip. Funny how it just kind of stays there.
  5. 5.STOVE FRONT BURNER: Cooking on your stoves front burner in a pot that your child was just playing with on the floor and thinks is theirs, is a receipe for disaster! Move your HOT cooking pots to the back burner of the stove and out of their reach!