You, your children and your home
Child safety is a topic that will always remain a high
priority, particularly for those who have recently
welcomed a child into their home. One of the
most overlooked areas in a home interior is the window
? whether open or closed, windows are a potential
hazard to the safety and well-being of toddlers and young
Hunter Douglas, the nation?s leading manufacturer of
custom window fashions, developed the following true
or false quiz to raise consumer awareness on child safety:
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2. Cordless window fashions help prevent a potential
TRUE: Hunter Douglas has developed the LiteRise
system that eliminates potentially dangerous operating
cords, and raises and lowers the window fashions with
a gentle touch on the bottom rail, available on products
such as Duette honeycomb shades and Vignette Modern
3. Doors can also be a hazard to small children.
TRUE: Small fingers can be caught and even amputated
if caught in closing doors or hinges. Foam guards can be
installed to prevent this.
4. Crib toys strung across the crib or playpen should be
removed when the child is about a year old.
FALSE: Once a baby is able to push up on his hands or
knees ? usually around five months ? the cord used to
fasten the toys can pose a danger.
5. Crib slats should be no more than 2 3/8 inches apart.
TRUE: Also avoid decorative cutouts that might trap little
6. Parents should put electric socket
covers over all outlets.
TRUE: There are a number of easyto-install
socket covers on the market
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39 Tunis St, St.Catharines $189,000
3755 9th St. Louth, St. Catharines $429,900
Hunter Douglas has developed the LiteRise system that
eliminates potentially dangerous operating cords, and raises
and lowers the window fashions with a gentle touch on the
bottom rail, available on products such as Duette honeycomb
shades and Vignette Modern Roman Shades
that keep small fingers out of dangers outlets.
Additional child safety tips and relevant product
information is available online at www.hunterdouglas.ca
or toll-free at 1-800-265-8000.
Peggy Rose, Broker of Record, is pleased to announce that prominent local REALTOR®
member and Broker John Furnival has joined Coldwell Banker Momentum Realty Brokerage.
John brings with him over 25 years of experience and over the years has been recognized as one
of the top real estate professionals in the area. Experienced in the residential, ICI, management
and appraisal areas of real estate, John?s knowledge and integrity plus his commitment to putting
the needs of his clients first and foremost has been the hallmark of his career.
Today?s real estate industry and market is becoming more sophisticated and challenging every
day. Consequently you need a professional that understands the dynamics that effect today?s
market and is positioned to provide the best service and advice to help buyers
and sellers make an informed decision.
John invites all his past clients, friends and acquaintances to call him anytime for
assistance with all their real estate needs. John can be reached at 905-935-8001
31 Wilfrid Laurier Cres, St.Catharines $549,900
13 Johnston St, St.Catharines $199,900
2316 Firelane 2, Port Colborne $319,000
118 Lea Cres, Welland, $244,900
11 West St South, Th orold $275,000
46 Grantham Ave South, St.Catharines $102,000
23 Ottawa St, St.Cathairnes $150,000
365 Geneva St Unit 211, St.Catharines $120,000
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30 Frederick St, St.Catharines $192,900
122 Riverside Dr, Welland $224,900
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