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There’s nothing more important for dads than keeping their children safe. Our homes have become the center of our world in the last 12 months. As a parent, it’s natural to want your kids to be as happy and carefree as possible. In this guide, we’ll offer some tips to help you turn your home into a safe, child-friendly haven. 



Becoming a parent automatically adjusts your way of thinking and it’s normal to carry out mental risk assessments wherever you go when you have a little one in tow. Life before kids is all about creating a home that looks fantastic and celebrates your style and flair. When children arrive on the scene, your focus switches to keeping them safe and making sure they’re relaxed and comfortable. When you’re a parent, it’s always beneficial to try and identify hazards that may be lurking in your home and to address any issues that crop up as quickly as possible. From leaking taps and worn carpets to stairs that are accessible to toddlers and cupboards that don’t have locks, there may be dangers that you’d never have even noticed before you became a parent. Use stair gates, locks, and socket covers to protect young children and babies, avoid using blinds that have trailing cords, and tidy away wires so that they cannot be reached by little fingers. Repair damaged flooring to prevent slips and falls and make sure corridors and stairwells are kept clear. 



When you’re a homeowner, you assume responsibilities for looking after your property. This is important not only to preserve external structures and enhance the value of your home but also to keep everyone inside safe and secure. Keep up to date with maintenance, finish off DIY jobs, and don’t hesitate to seek expert advice if you need assistance. It can be tempting to attempt repairs yourself, but there are some jobs that should be off-limits for amateurs, including electrics, roofing, and complex heating or air conditioning (AC) issues. Call a 24 hour AC service provider if you have concerns about your cooling system, ask for recommendations for roofers if you’ve noticed loose tiles or damp patches and leaks, and enlist the expertise of an approved, qualified electrician if you’re having problems with wiring or you need appliances testing. 



We all want our kids to be safe at home, but we also want to hang out together and have fun. If you’re eager to make your home a happy place for your children, it’s a great idea to create child-friendly zones. If you’ve got a spare living room, you could design a playroom, a games room for older kids, or a den to play, chill out with friends or watch movies and read books. Not feasible? Don’t stress! You could utilize part of an open living space for creative activities and messy play and use your children’s bedrooms as relaxing, calming zones for reading, telling stories, listening to music, and snuggling up together before bed. 


Every dad wants their child to be happy and safe at home. If you’re preparing to welcome a new addition, or you’re planning a revamp to make your house more child-friendly, hopefully, this guide has given you inspiration.

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