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Guide to baby-proofing your new home


Moving is not something we do very often. However, when planning to start a family, or already starting one, moving represents the basis for a new lifestyle you want to set. Turning to a family-oriented lifestyle will require a lot of preparation and sacrifice. If you have a baby in your family, it is very important that you devote yourself to baby-proofing your new home as soon as you arrive. Of course, prior to that, it is important that you ensure your household and baby items arrive safely. Luckily, you can contact moving and storage Brooklyn New York and acquire adequate assistance for the duration of the moving process.

Baby-proofing your new home after moving

Before you blink, your children will already learn how to walk and start exploring every possible corner in the house. The adventurous spirit children have, atop of their general curiosity for the world around them can lead them into tricky situations. Furthermore, these adventures might require safety. It is up to you to bring that safety standard to a good level.

a small baby crawling through its room to give an idea of baby-proofing your new home after moving
It is very important that you ensure your child can grow and explore in a safe environment

Ensuring that your baby is safe, especially after relocation, is very important. Moreover, baby-proofing your new home after moving will be a lot easier than usual, given that you will start everything from scratch. More importantly, this is a great way to plan everything out before doing it.

Adding barriers as a must

It is very important to “limit” the adventurous spirit of your child once it starts crawling or walking. Of course, this is done for their own good and safety. Well, one of the most effective ways to do so is to place barriers around your home. These barriers will often serve as protection from dangerous places for a baby around the house. So, once moving services Brooklyn help you move, start planning right away. Later, place them near the staircases, fireplaces, and other locations in the house that might endanger the child.

Finding a new place for sharp, dangerous objects or items

Another thing you will have to worry about is the overall safety of your child while walking through your home. Because they are curious, they will most likely want to touch, push, or pull on everything they see.

four pairs of steel scissors hanging on a wodden wall
From placing sharp objects higher to storing them in a safer location, make sure your child cannot get in touch with any of them

You can always place certain things, that you do not plan on using into storage NYC. Furthermore, some of the main things that you will have to put aside are:

  • Sharp objects around the house
  • Household chemicals
  • Medications
  • Lighters and other flammable objects, etc.

Changing or securing furniture and compartments that have sharp edges are a key to baby-proofing your new home

This process will not only help you protect your baby upon arrival. Moreover, apart from baby-proofing your new home, you will also have to consider what will your moving costs Brooklyn be. Heavy and bulky furniture will most likely pose a threat to the well-being of your baby. Furthermore, it will also pose a burden to your budget. So, consider whether you want to move that large wooden sofa into your new home or is it time to purchase a better, safer option.

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From Brooklyn, NY

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Frequently Asked Questions

U.Santini Moving & Storage Brooklyn has built its reputation on honesty and transparency. We are here to answer all your questions and put your mind at ease when choosing our Brooklyn movers:

What are your working hours?

We are open from Monday to Friday 7:30 AM–5 PM but feel free to contact us through our contact form anytime. We'll get back to you ASAP.

Does U.Santini offer insurance?

Yes. Our company offers several different types of insurance protection, including a full replacement for your belongings. The cost of the coverage will depend on the value you declare for your goods and the level of deduction you select.

How soon should I schedule my move?

It is recommended to arrange for the services of a moving company at least 8 weeks ahead of your planned move. If you plan to move during the holiday season or in the summer, it is advisable to schedule the move 12 weeks in advance. However, for moves that occur between September and May, you may be able to book movers with just 2 weeks' notice. Ideally, you should secure your moving crew as soon as you have all the necessary information about your relocation.

Does your company offer packing supplies?

We do. In addition to providing you with the essential boxes and packing supplies required for your relocation, we offer several "Saver" packages tailored to the size of your home. If you do not use all the boxes you have bought, you can return them to the moving team at the end of your move, and we will reimburse the remaining amount.

What type of storage does your company offer?

U. Santini Moving & Storage Brooklyn provides comprehensive storage solutions in climate-controlled units. Our units are supervised round-the-clock, ensuring the safety of your belongings, whether you store them for a short or long duration. Additionally, we offer storage services for very brief periods, including as little as 24 hours.

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