Cordless shades that promote child safety.

Go Cordless to Stop Child Safety Issues

It's 2019, which means all standard model window blinds will now be cordless. The small change from corded to cordless blinds makes a big impact on child and pet safety. Since there is no cord, there is no chance of strangulation or injury to little ones. Cordless blinds also improve the appeal of your business while helping to protect its reputation and bottom line.

Available Cordless Options

Cordless Faux Wood Blinds
Cordless Faux Wood Blinds
Cordless Mini Blinds
Cordless Mini Blinds
Cordless Vertical Blinds
Cordless Vertical Blinds
Cordless Shades
Cordless Shades

Can't Cut the Cord?

While corded blinds can be used in custom-made window coverings, we do recommend replacing corded blinds with cordless models to protect furry friends and children. If, however, you cannot replace corded blinds with cordless blinds:

  • Discuss the hidden dangers of corded blinds with staff, clients and residents
  • Shorten cords, links and tassels to put them out of reach of little hands and paws
  • Permanently anchor all looped cords to the floor or wall
  • Retrofit dangerous cords
  • Cut looped cords above the tassel
  • Do not tie or retie separated pull cords
  • Install cord stops
  • Check for proper installation and adjust to limit the movement
Cordless mini blinds that are better for your budget.

Safer, Cost-Effective Blinds

Cordless blinds have been on the market, but they are now becoming more widely available. In fact, these budget-, child- and pet-friendly blinds are quickly replacing almost all other coverings sold in North America. The easy availability of cordless blinds, as well as their parts, means more selection and less costs for your business.

More Reasons to Choose Cordless Blinds

  • Cost less to install and maintain due to internal cordage
  • Hidden cord is safer for children and pets
  • Cost less than custom corded blinds due to an increased supply
  • Last as long (if not longer) as corded blinds
  • Easy to operate
    • Pull down on the bottom rail to lower
    • Tilt the bottom rail and push up to raise