Childproofing Windows

Windows can be especially dangerous for small children if they are left open or can be opened by a child. The first step in childproofing windows is to remove or rearrange furniture and other objects that a child might climb to gain access to a window. Of course, if a child has the will to get up to a window, there’s probably a way he or she will figure it out. So, you will have to limit the window’s opening size or create a barrier to prevent your child from falling out.

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childproofing sliding windows

A Charley bar (left), when down, locks a sliding window shut. A shaped metal clip (right) inserted into the lower track, stops a sliding window from opening completely.

 


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