It’s important to make it safe.
Child safety is our utmost priority here at Brighton Sunblinds. We comply with all the necessary safety regulations as per the requirement of BS EN 13120, this covers the manufacture, supply, and installation of all our blinds so you can rest assured your home is safe.
The Make It Safe campaign began in 2014, to ensure new regulations were enacted concerning the safety of blinds manufacturing. This largely concerned the replacement of loose cords, which could cause young children or vulnerable people accidental harm.
We’re proud to be a part of the Make It Safe campaign, which promotes blind safety in all homes, and other public buildings and environments where children may be present.
In addition to closely following their safety regulations, we also supply our customers with all the best and most up-to-date safety advice and legislation news, to ensure that
From our cordless to motorised blinds, we have reliable, safe products to install in your home
Blinds safe for children.
We ensure our blinds adhere to the strictest standards of safety by including a range of child-safe mechanisms with every product. We have completely removed loose, looped cords and have replaced them with a wide range of alternative options:
In our pursuit of strict safety measures, we introduced cordless blinds into our range.
These blinds are operated entirely by hand, removing any need for dangling cords.
Cordless, these blinds are contactless in operation. The simple push of a button will raise and lower your blinds to meet your needs.
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A single, solid wand is used to conceal and ‘lock away’ the cord. The blind can be operated by twisting or pushing the wand.
Safer in design, this device always keeps the cord taut, removing any opportunity for the cord to dangle loosely.
A gearbox removes the cord entirely and replaces it with a crank or handle. Simply turn the handle to raise or lower your blinds for a safer and more efficient addition to your home.
For more information, please get in touch with our team, or visit http://www.makeitsafe.org.uk.