Blinds Chalet Announces Ability to Eliminate Risk of Peeping Toms in Forty-Eight Hours by Installing Pull Down Window Shades
Apr 28 2011

Blinds Chalet announces their ability to now manufacture their Express 9/16” Translucent Single Cell Shades in only two days.  According to Chris Stanley of Blinds Chalet “In this day and age of rising crime and theft, it pays to eliminate the possibility of unwelcomed eyes peering into your business or domain.”  Chris continues “And we can manufacture many of our blinds in two days, so as to provide a quick remedy for those needing them quickly.”


Read Full Post »

Blinds Chalet’s Announces Line of Cordless Blinds to Increase Child Safety Awareness.
Jan 25 2011

Blinds Chalet announces their line of cordless blinds intended to protect children from the hazards of dangling cords. Every year children die or are injured from dangling cords attached to window treatments, blinds and shades. Window treatments installed before 2001 may have dangerous cords. These cords can be retrofitted with a free kit available through the Window Covering Safety Council. However, for parents who want to replace window treatments, blinds and shades, there is a wide selection of styles and brands that use cordless technology to eliminate potential dangers for babies, children and pets.


Read Full Post »

Fast Delivery On Window Shades and Blinds
Sep 6 2010

Many people are in need of window shades and blinds within days. These might include interior decorators or designers, or it may include people about to show their house who want a higher resale value. It might also include someone who is about to throw a party when their young child decides to draw Spiderman in permanent marker on the blind. Whatever the reason, there are companies that custom make blinds and shades in only a few days and can have them at your door within a week.


Read Full Post »

Blinds Chalet Expands Efforts to Educate Parents about Child Safety and Window Blinds & Shades
May 28 2010

Months have passed since the recall of more than 50 million Roman Shades and Roll-up blinds. The recall came as the result of the deaths of five infants and many more near strangulations over the past four years. Children have been getting caught in the dangling cords that help raise and lower these blinds.


Read Full Post »

Bamboo Panel Track Blinds are Gentle on the Earth
May 10 2010

Move over vinyl vertical blinds, the new bamboo panel track blinds are here. This updated twist on vertical blinds brings class to any room. Bamboo is a sustainable resource, meaning that bamboo can replenish itself before it gets over-harvested. Bamboo is famous for its regenerating abilities. It grows like a weed and survives off rain instead of millions of gallons of water, like cotton. Bamboo window treatments are woven from various strains of the wood in different shades and textures. The woven pattern filters sun, creating a glow in the room when they are closed. Bamboo panels can be paired with blackout shades for complete privacy. Most companies that sell bamboo blinds also sell a matching valance, however some include the valance for free.


Read Full Post »

Recall on Roman And Roll Up Shades
Dec 15 2009

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a voluntary recall today that approximately 50 million window coverings need to be repaired to ensure safety for children. Each year about 5 million roman shades and 3 million roll-up shades are sold.


Read Full Post »

Nursery Window Blinds - Cordless Window Blinds
Dec 5 2009

Expecting a baby in your family? Turning a room into a baby's room? While many people think about cutesy animal prints for babies room, also think about a safe, functional living space especially when it comes to the window blinds.


Read Full Post »

Important Window Blinds Recall
Dec 4 2009

In October 2009 one of the largest window blind recalls was made. Blind's Chalet and other large window blinds companies in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission made the announcement. It was one of the blind industries' largest recalls to date.


Read Full Post »