Go Cordless For Kids: 20% off Cordless Window Coverings - The Blindman

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20% off* Cordless Window Coverings

The Blindman is offering a back to school sale like no other! We are ending the summer with our “Go Cordless for Kids” Savings Event with 20% off* All Cordless Window Coverings until October 31st! The Blindman is a proud supporter of the “Go Cordless for Kids” initiative issued by the WCMA and CPSC in pursuit of child safety.  We want to make it easy for our customers to put kids first and upgrade their windows to cord-free window coverings. Our Go Cordless for Kids Savings Event includes all our Cordless Blinds, Cordless Shades and Shutters, making this our biggest back to school sale ever! Hurry, sale ends Oct 31st, call (801) 692-2490 to schedule your free quote today!

Top 5 Reasons to Upgrade to Cordless Window Coverings:

Hunter Douglas cordless shades nursery sonnette1. Safety: According to the CPSC, nearly one child death per month is caused by entanglement in window covering cords. Small children can often find cords as an attractive plaything. If the child becomes entangled while playing with the cord, serious injury or strangulation can occur in as little as 2 minutes. Additionally, the American Academy of Pediatrics (APA) recommends using cordless window coverings exclusively in children’s rooms, as well as any other rooms in the home where young children will be playing.

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2. Easy To Operate: A huge reason for the growing popularity of cordless window coverings is their ease of operation! Cordless window coverings are simple enough for everyone in your family to safely open and close, even small children. Aesthetically, cordless blinds and shades offer much of the same attractive, adaptable style as their corded counterparts. Except, instead of opening and closing using a pull cord, they are operated by simply raising or lowering the bottom rail, thereby eliminating the cord component.

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3. Minimalistic & Clean: Cordless window treatments create an uncluttered and streamlined look, making them an ideal choice for modern styling. Removing dangling cords is the perfect on-trend solution for homeowners who appreciate a neat and simplistic style. So, say goodbye to unsightly knots and tangled cords that need to be pushed out of sight! Instead, enhance your home’s vibe with cordless window coverings to make it feel more updated! After all, it won’t be long before we associate corded styles with out-of-date décor.
4. Versatile Selection of Colors & Fabrics: Going cordless does not mean you will be limited on choices. Many styles and colors are available to Hunter Douglas Kids Room Shuttersfit almost any possible design scheme. With so many choices at your disposal, you won’t find it hard to combine safety and style.
5. Multiple Cordless Solutions Available: Cordless blinds and shades are not the only options when it comes to cord-free window coverings! Shutters are of course the original cordless window coverings, crafted and operated perfectly without cords. Motorized window coverings are the ultimate cordless option, simply adjust your lighting preferences with the push of a button!

 

Need help deciding on which type of cordless window coverings meet your personal style and decorating goals?

Not to worry, our highly trained sales professionals are able to guide you through a customized selection of window covering options tailored to your home’s style preferences and budget.

Click here to schedule a free in-home estimate today! You may also give us a call at 801-692-2490 or visit our showroom at 750 N. 2800 W. Lindon, Utah! 

*20% off cordless window coverings only, includes cordless blinds, cordless shades and shutters. $1,000 minimum purchase. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid 08.15.19 through 10.31.19. For new purchases only. Present offer to sales representative at the time of order.

 

 

 

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