San Antonio - Baby Proofing

Infant House is currently baby proofing San Antonio, Texas and the following cities in the area:

New Braunfels

San Marcos

San Antonio

Alamo Heights


Fair Oaks Ranch



Universal City

St. Hedwig



Spring Branch

Canyon Lake



Our Process

Our in-home consultation is the best starting point when you consider baby proofing your San Antonio home. A consultation is an excellent tool that allows us to learn more about your family and determine the best options for your home. After you contact us, we will take our time to engage with a conversation with you, discuss the potential hazards of your home, and give our expert recommendations.

Following the consultation, we will give you a quote for baby proofing your house. We advise you to take your time and discuss any potential changes with all caregivers before proceeding with the installation. Once you are confident in your decision, our experts will return at a convenient time for you to install your chosen products.

Baby proofing your home is easy when you contact Infant House. We offer the best products including door/drawer locks, furniture restraints, gates, GlideLoks, and more! As a bonus, we usually take care of baby proofing your home in just a few hours. Rest assured, with our team of experts, you know the work will be done right.

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Baby proofing your house is completed

Let our team of professional baby proofing experts offer you the products you need and the installation service you want.

Fact or Fiction?

15%+ Dog bites occur to children from their own family pet.
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Most dog bites are caused by animals known to the child, and in 15 to 30 percent of all cases, the dog belongs to the patient’s family. Fortunately, many dog bites are minor, but more severe injuries and complications can occur.

Fact or Fiction?

Keeping your baby on their back is the safest.
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“Back to sleep” is still the preferred sleeping position. Flat head syndrome is now affecting close to 50% of newborns each year. Some are very mild, but some are moderate and quite severe.