How much do Cordless blinds cost? Graham’s is here to help you figure that out. Here is an overview of what we have included in this blog post to help with your 2023 buying.
Cordless Blinds Cost
1. Average Costs
While the cost of cordless blinds will vary, standard cordless blinds will cost anywhere between $15 – $175 or more according to howmuch.net. You will also need to consider that the cost of labour and installation will range between $10 – $30 per window. Remember that these prices are generous considering mini blinds can be quite inexpensive.
Your cordless blinds cost is difficult to quote because there are many factors like:
- Window Size
- Brand Name
- Window Treatment Style
- Materials Used
- Operating System (Motorization, Wand, Springs, etc.)
As you read on we will look at some styles and materials available, as well as some operating systems. We have included general price ranges; however, for an exact quote of your cordless blinds cost, it is best to contact us at Graham’s & Son Interiors.
Watch how smoothly these Hunter Douglas cordless blinds operate.
2. Types of Cordless Blinds
While there are many types of cordless window treatment options out there, we will review some to help you in your search. In the sections below, you will see some different cordless window treatment options, a general average price range in $ symbols ($ being least expensive and $$$$ being most expensive), some pictures and other helpful information.
The following cordless window treatment styles have been included in this blog:
- Wood Cordless Blinds
- Alternative Wood Cordless Blinds
- Vinyl Cordless Blinds
- Cellular Shades
- Roman Shades
3. Wood Cordless Blinds
As you might have anticipated, real wood blinds will generally be available at a higher price tag. These cordless blinds rank as the most expensive at $$$$.
In the photos below, we have featured 2 outstanding brands: Graber and Hunter Douglas. To read more about how these 2 blind companies compare, have a look at one of our top blog posts, “Graber Blinds vs Hunter Douglas Blinds [Affordability vs Top Quality]”
4. Alternative Wood Cordless Blinds
Alternative or Composite wood has come a long way in terms of its durability and overall quality – plus, you would almost guess it is real wood. However, these cordless blinds are a bit more affordable and generally rank in the $$$ range.
Watch the video below to learn more about Graber’s Composite and Faux Wood Blinds, designed to withstand humidity found in kitchens and bathrooms.
See how alternative wood blinds are designed for the modern home.
5. Vinyl Cordless Blinds
Vinyl Cordless blinds are another option that are generally the most affordable, usually priced at the $ range.
Below we have featured vinyl blinds by Graber in both a vertical and horizontal style. Keep in mind that a panel of vertical blinds for your patio doors will likely cost more than a panel of horizontal blinds, so that is another factor to keep in mind when considering your cordless blinds cost.
6. Cellular Shades
If you are looking for an alternative to blinds, you can go with Cellular Shades. These shades have a honeycomb design that traps in air to help insulate your home. They are lightweight which make them ideal for cordless operation. These shades can be more expensive and are priced at $$$.
Below we have featured cellular shades by Maxxmar which are available with a cordless operation system as well as cellular roller shades by Hunter Douglas, another cordless operating system you could choose.
7. Roman Shades
Roman Shades are another option for cordless window treatments and although they can be quite expensive, it really depends on the fabric used for making your roman shades. With that in mind, you will find roman shades in the $$ range.
If you watched our first video, you will see an example of Roman Shades by Hunter Douglas. Below we have featured more Hunter Douglas Design Studio Roman Shades which are available with a variety of cordless operating systems like PowerView, UltraGlide and LightRise.
8. Operating Systems
Your cordless blinds cost will also depend on the cordless operating systems available with the type of window treatment you choose. If you are going for motorization which features remote or voice controls, you will pay more than you would for a simple wand that is often used to open vertical blinds. A more moderate option is something with concealed cords or springs which allow you to lift open your blinds or shades and pull them down to close them. Consider the following operating systems and then contact Graham’s to compare pricing:
Graham's & Son Interiors
With so many price factors like the type of blinds, the size of your window, installation, and operating systems, we really encourage you to contact a specialist at Graham’s and Son Interiors for a better idea of the cost. With over 40 years of experience Graham’s can help you find cordless blinds that suit your style and budget. Plus, they will know of any discounts and the most up-to-date information on cordless window treatments available in Ontario.
Located at 9 Queen Street East, Cambridge, ON N3C 2A7, you can visit us in person at our showroom, or you can call us at (519) 658-9025. Visit our website for more information or to book your free consultation. We can’t wait to help you with your interior decorating!