BlindsandWallpaperWholesaler.com Embraces Child Safety Month with Special Pricing on Cordless Window Shades

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New pricing on cordless or motorized options for popular brand name window shades makes chile safe window coverings an affordable option for families.

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We hope to bring awareness to Child Safety Month and to educate families about the potential hazards that corded blinds could cause to young children and pets. Opting for a motorized control offers piece of mind and easy of use to popular window shades.

BlindsandWallpaperWholesaler.com (http://www.BlindsandWallpaperWholesaler.com), an online and national retailer for the best blinds, shades, shutters, and wallpaper announces special pricing on cordless options for window blinds and shades to support Child Safety Month.

By choosing to go with a cordless option to certain blinds and shades, families with children can eliminate a typical choking hazard in the house by removing the cords found on the majority of window coverings. In addition to safety, the look of a cordless blind can add beauty to any room. In fact, the clean, slick look of cordless is gaining popularity because of its streamlined appearance. Most traditional corded types are also available in a cordless version using either spring-loaded mechanisms, motorized with remote controls or wands. Horizontal blinds and shades, vertical blinds and even wood blinds can be used to beautify your home while also keeping your small children and pets safe.

"Many of our customers with small children are opting for the cordless option for their window coverings" says Bill Light COO of Wallpaper Wholesaler. "We hope to bring awareness to Child Safety Month and to educate families about the potential hazards that corded blinds could cause to young children and pets. Opting for a cordless or a motorized control offers piece of mind and easy of use to popular window shades."

According to the Window Covering Safety Council: Information provided by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, since 1990, more than 200 infants and young children have died from accidentally strangling in window cords.

To learn more about this feature and to view our cordless blind options please visit our cordless blinds page on our site.

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