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A garden can be a great place for children to run, play, and use their imagination. However, if you want them to remain safe while they're outside, follow the tips on this post.

How to Make Your Garden Safe for Children

  1. For starters, keep the garden enclosed (put a lock or latch on the fences) so your children won't run outside or go into the street.
  2. You should provide proper maintenance for the lawn. Long, dry grass can be a fire hazard. Moreover, uneven terrain can lead to falls and injuries.
  3. Before you allow the children to go outside, inspect the area. This is so you can find and remove sharp rocks or twigs that the children could get hurt with.
  4. Speaking of removing dangerous objects, put away any tools that you have in your garden (like the lawn mower, grill, gardening equipment, etc.).
  5. Unfriendly animals, bugs, and plants may be living in your garden, so make sure to find a safe and green way to keep them off, so they don't end up hurting your children.
  6. Likewise, be sure to protect pools, ponds, and fountains so that your curious child won't get into an accident that could have dire consequences.
  7. While it's better to only let your children be outside when the sun is out, if for some reason it gets dark while they're in your garden, illuminate the place, so they can avoid mishaps and you can keep an eye on them.
  8. Lastly, always be on the lookout. Even if you implement all of these safety measures, you have to be aware of your children so you can keep them safe.

If a mishap were to occur and you required property restoration in Stormville to deal with it, call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 for professional assistance.