“The moment I saw the J-CAP Safety Cover, I immediately related to the necessity of just such a safety device. In 2006, my six-year-old daughter and I were at a school friend’s home for a get-together. The children were outside, playing in the backyard and jumping on the trampoline. The backyard was not landscaped; however, a concrete deck had been installed with exposed, uncovered steel post base brackets for a future patio covering. My daughter was playing tag with friends and running on the concrete patio. She did not see the sharp brackets protruding up in the air and tripped over them, falling face down on the concrete with her little face mere inches from the brackets. Unfortunately, a plastic bucket placed over the brackets had been cracked and broken from sun exposure and laid in the dirt. After spending six hours in the emergency room, we discovered that my daughter broke her wrist in the fall. Thank goodness that was all. It could have been so much worse. She came so close to landing face-first on those sharp brackets.
I don’t even want to think of the extent of what could have happened to her in that fall. We spent several thousand dollars on my daughter’s injury. There was the cost of an emergency room visit, x-rays, a splint, a visit to an orthopedic surgeon, and a cast for eight weeks. $20 per J-CAP Safety Cover is a bargain in comparison. (Not to mention any possible legal costs from liability.) Honestly, you can’t afford not to have J-Cap Safety Covers as part of every construction job. A job isn’t complete and ready to be turned over to a client until the J-CAP covers have been installed.” – Kathy S.