Customer Issue: Mr. Brown felt that too much sun had been coming in through his skylight windows, and wanted to change that.
Our Solution: We felt that motorized aluminum blinds would be the best fit. Particularly with self-adjusting sensors. This way, the blinds would automatically close to keep out the sunlight, and Mr. Brown wouldn’t have to worry about a thing. He agreed wholeheartedly, so our professionals got to work measuring the skylights. We installed them once they were made to order, including the sensors, and assured they worked properly.
Customer Issue: Mrs. Knight felt that the blinds currently in her living room windows didn’t look quite right, and were distracting from the rest of the décor.
Our Solution: Our representatives suggested vertical blinds to Mrs. Knight instead of the horizontal ones currently in place. The size and tall nature of her living room windows made for too many busy lines with the horizontal blinds. Vertical blinds would instead make the area seem taller and feel like it has more space. She agreed that this would make the space feel more open.
Faux Wood Blinds
Customer Issue: Ms. Garza’s home office was allowing in too much sun that could potentially bleach her gorgeous wooden furniture, and she wanted blinds that would prevent this while matching the area.
Our Solution: Ms. Garza decided that faux wood blinds would be best for her office after looking over various options with our team. With this style, she’d have the aesthetic of real wood blinds to match her furniture, but for a more affordable price for her budget. They also would be able to easily block the sun as needed.