Perfect Fit Wooden Blinds with 25mm Slats.
Clip fit to your window frame.
No Drilling or Screwing!
Measuring and Installation is Simple: Watch our Video Guide
Our beautiful Perfect Fit Wooden Blinds are so simple to measure and install. In the video below, we'll take you through the process of assembly and installation. If you encounter any problems when installing your blinds, one of our team will be happy to answer any queries.
Child Safety and Perfect Fit Wooden Blinds
As Perfect Fit Wooden Blinds feature operating cords to raise and lower the blinds, they will be manufactured and fitted with child safety devices which have been fully tested in compliance with British safety standard EN13120
Perfect Fit Venetian Blinds are supplied as follows:
Cord lengths are finished at a maximum of one metre. This ensures that they are out of reach of small children.
When your blinds are in the raised position and the cord is extended, the cords should be wrapped around the cleat. Please ensure that beds, cots and other items of furniture are not positioned next to the operating cords.
Your blinds will be supplied with instructions detailing how to install and use the safety devices. Should you have any questions, please contact our customer service team who will be able to advise you.
About Child Safety
At newblinds.co.uk, child safety is of paramount importance. If left hanging freely, chains and cords from blinds can pose a direct threat to children. For this reason, we are working towards all of our products being cord-less or chain-free and therefore “safe by design”.
Where it is not yet feasible to supply a product that is “safe by design”, we ensure that the product is fully compliant with Child Safety legislation. Not only do we ensure that, where necessary, our products are supplied/fitted with child safety cleats/devices, but we also supply, free of charge, these items to our previous customers.
Click the link above to inform us of your requirements. To learn more about the BBSA ‘Make it Safe’ campaign and blind cord safety, you can watch the video below.