are BBSA Accredited. Here's what that means...


The British Blind and Shutter Association (BBSA) is the only national trade association for companies that manufacture, supply and install interior and exterior blinds, awnings, security grilles and shutters and associated motor and control systems.

The Association takes a leading role to ensure high standards of product, service and fair trading throughout the trade. Each member must adhere to a Code of Practice and is kept updated with changes to standards, requirements and best practice via regular communications.

The BBSA have also created a make is safe campaign to promote window blind safety in all homes, public buildings and other environments where babies and young children are present.

Window blinds are an increasingly popular form of window dressing with virtually limitless designs, styles, finishes and operating methods. All blinds produced and sold after February 2014 must comply with detailed child safety requirements.

Some existing blinds may have cords or chains to operate the blind which could prove hazardous to babies and young children if they can gain access to the blind. But making existing blinds safer is quick, cheap and easy you can do this by following the links to the below videos (coming soon!).