Archive of: Vertical Blinds

  • Deciding Between Roman Shades and Vertical Blinds

    Posted on June 03 2018

    It is a well-known fact that when it comes to adding value to your home, one of the smartest investments that you could make would be window covers that come in different shapes and sizes. This does not mean that you should pick different kinds of blinds for various windows, but it also does not force you to invest in the same kind of product. It is all a matter of buying the blinds that match your specific needs. For example, if you are looking for a way of saving money on electricity and heat throughout the year, vertical blinds are the way to go.

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  • Everything you wanted to know about Window Treatments.

    Posted on August 09 2014

    2 inch Horizontal Blind: Pros: affordable, versatile, practical, provide a high level of light blockage and control, several different manufacturers to choose from. Cons: Not a blind designed to be raised and lowered a lot. Best suited to turning the louvers, due to weight at larger sizes. Dust collector.

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  • Open Saturdays

    Posted on October 05 2012

    Starting on October 6th, the showroom will be open from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. My name is Taylor and I'll be here to answer any questions you may have about any of our wonderful window treatments. I'll also be setting up appointments for the coming weeks and months. October is a very busy time of year for us so don't wait until the last moment to get your appointments scheduled. Almost all products take 10-14 days for us to get our hands on from the day you order your blinds. Except for plantation shutters that usually run around 4 weeks. We carry the entire line of Hunter Douglas products as well as Comfortex and B&W Woven Woods and soft treatments. Whether you need premium top treatments, drapieries, or even the tried and true vertical blinds, we are the factory you should call. Feel free to call anytime during business hours with any questions you may have, about anything. Or stop by the showroom and take a look at the different varieties of treatments that are available to you. Thanks for reading and we look forward to serving you.

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  • New Line of fabric verticals!!!!

    Posted on September 17 2012

    Fabric vertical blind window coverings have always been a really popular option but we've had a limited selection of colors and styles for years now.  Yesterday we just received a new sample book full of very nice and exotic fabrics.  We now have a lot of blackout fabrics and many different styles and patterns to choose from.  From faux suede to some very sheer almost bamboo type of vertical veins.  Stop by anytime and take a look, we're pretty excited about them.  

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  • Tried and True, the vertical blind

    Posted on July 31 2012

    There are three main types of vertical blind window coverings as far as pricing goes. The least expensive is the basic smooth PVC veins, that come in white, off white, and baige. These are a no frills but very servicable PVC, the quality of our smooth is leaps and bounds above the product that a do it yourself store like the Home Depot offers. Not to mention our tracks are superior to everybodys, I personally make them. The second type and probably most popular is the textured PVC. There are literally hundreds of styles and colors to choose from.

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