According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), corded window treatments are among the top five hidden hazards in American homes that can lead to serious injuries and even death. That’s why safety experts recommend using only cordless window coverings in homes and facilities where young children are present.

There are three basic ways corded window treatments can be dangerous for children


Children and pets do have a tendency to wrap strings and cords around themselves.


Some cord pulls are small enough to be choking hazards for children that are prone to putting things in their mouths.

Falling Hazard

Window treatments not installed properly or made with inferior parts can often fall down when the cord is being pulled.

We see it as our responsibility to help you avoid these risks. 

  • FREE “Certified Best For Kids” upgrade on all window treatments installed in a child’s bedroom (10 years old or younger).
  • FREE “Lift & Lock” upgrade on all honeycomb shades in residential or commercial properties.