Based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear — Jacksons Blinds who offer high-quality and reasonably priced window treatments recently joined the British Blind and Shutter Association often referred to as the BBSA.
The BBSA is the UK’s national trade association for businesses that manufacture, supply and install interior and exterior blinds, awnings, security grilles and shutters and associated motor and control systems. The association currently has over 500 members and is celebrating its 102nd year.
In 2014, BBSA implemented a child safety policy for its members wherein window dressing manufacturers should omit the usage of cords and chains which may be a safety hazard for toddlers, young children, and pets. As a result, child-friendly blinds are now more accessible, and awareness of the potential hazards is increased.
BBSA guarantees that high standards of material quality, customer service, and ethical product sourcing are being followed. Customers are assured that the products that they’re getting are of the best in the market, safe for children and pets, and adhere to the association’s Code of Practice.
Blinds and shutters’ affordability, limitless styles and patterns, have meant they’ve been an ever popular choice with homeowners over the years.
“Getting a quality install is paramount for home owners”.
“We have joined BBSA because it gives customers reassurance. It shows our commitment to getting people the best products and the result”. – Jacksons Blinds owner Paul Jackson.
Jacksons Blinds offer a large range of safe, stylish, and durable shutters and blinds that will match the homeowners’ unique interior design. Gain peace of mind knowing that the most experienced and qualified people for the job are doing it for you.
Interested homeowners who want to add fashionable, affordable, and safe window treatments should visit the Jacksons Blinds website to learn more about the best window blinds and shutters for your home.
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