Home is a safe haven. It’s where you can relax, unwind, and be at ease. That’s why your house needs to be as safe as possible, especially during these unprecedented times. Because you and your family deserve to feel safe, we want to show you how window treatments can add increased safety features.
While adding safety measures to your home has to be intentional, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Automated window coverings move up or down with the push of a button, or you can even activate them with your smart-home features. Control your shades with the PowerView app to ensure your privacy–whether you’re home or away.
Cords pose a danger to children and pets. They are curious and can become tangled with cords easily. Keep kids and pets safe–and give yourself peace of mind–with the increased safety of cordless window coverings and child-safe blinds.
Cover Glass Doors
Glass doors let in plenty of natural sunlight to brighten up your space, but you don’t want people peaking into your home. Window treatments for glass doors look great and provide you with an added layer of home protection.
Let Light in Safely
Like with glass doors, regular windows allow the sunshine to filter in and fill each room with warmth and light. You might be torn between wanting to keep your windows covered and wanting natural light in your home. The solution is top-down bottom-up shades. With this feature, the top of the shade drops down during the day while keeping the bottom of the window covered for privacy.
Benefits of Adding Safety Features to Your Home
With top-down bottom-up shades, cordless, motorization and window treatments for glass doors, you can rest easy knowing you’ve added an extra layer of privacy and protection that’s both stylish and functional. Learn more about window coverings that protect your Cleveland area home by scheduling a free consultation with the team at Timan Window Treatments.