Cutting the Cord: The Benefits of Child-Safe Cordless Blinds

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You’ve installed child locks on cabinets and drawers, put up safety gates, and covered outlets. But there’s another important way to protect the youngest members of your family. Children can become entangled in corded window coverings such as blinds, which can lead to strangulation or even death. The good news is that this hazard can be completely eliminated with cordless blinds, as confirmed by Health Canada.

Protecting What’s Important

Installing cordless blinds throughout your home is an easy way to keep children safe by removing any temptation to play with a dangling or looped cord. Cordless blinds are also a smart choice for any home with pets.

SAFETY TIP: Check your window coverings for exposed or dangling cords and replace all corded window treatments with child-safe cordless blinds.

Safety First in Every Room with Cordless Blinds

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Beautiful, functional window coverings and child safety are not mutually exclusive. Kids and blinds can co-exist.

From venetian and bamboo blinds to roller and honeycomb/cellular shades, the benefit of cordless window coverings is that your home can be both safe and stylish.

For a nursery or child’s bedroom, you can choose Blackout Fabric Roller Shades to block out natural light for sweet dreams and a good night’s sleep. These shades come in a wide selection of colours to match existing paint and room decor. In the living room, try Cordless Woven Wood Shades  for an elegant and natural look.

With so many cordless options , it’s easy to find blinds you love that protect the ones you love.

4 thoughts on “Cutting the Cord: The Benefits of Child-Safe Cordless Blinds

  1. Hey there! I’m setting up my daughter’s room and really wanted to get blinds installed there. I prefer blinds over curtains but corded blinds always scared me. So happy to know cordless options are available.

  2. So true..improperly installed blinds can really be a big issue for people like us who have a small child(mine is 11 months) 🙂
    These are really some good tips, thank you!

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