It's What To Expect when You're Protecting
He Knows What You Need, Where To Find It and How To Install It.

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

  Do It Yourself


What You Need.

  • An electric drill and electric screwdriver.
  • Screws (generally #6 or #8
    from 1 ¼" up to 3".)
  • Drill bits and asst.
  • Level


  • Follow The Insructions
  • Read the manufacturers instructions thoroughly, then ask the coach when you have no idea what they mean
  • Pre-drill a hole slightly smaller than the screw you are about to use.This will keep wood from cracking and long screws from breaking when entering hard wood
  • Use a level on your gates hinge side or level the wood mount for the gates hinge side. This will keep the gate steady, not flying open or closed when in use.
  • With your level, make sure that the wood mount is not only straight up and down but also level with the wall. This may take a small wood block at the top of the mount to make up for the space created by the molding on the bottom.
  • And of course if you have a unique situation, you can always ASK THE COACH!