Customer Issue: The deck received too much sunlight, especially during summer.
Our Solution: We decided to install exterior shades that would both control the amount of light and heat and reduce the glare. As soon as Mr. Wright chose the material, namely the opacity, we started creating the shades. We came back at the agreed time and promptly completed the installation. Mr. Wright was happy that our exterior shades did more than promised - they also kept the view of his backyard garden intact.
Customer Issue: Ms. Kearney wanted to upgrade the blinds for her sliding glass door to something more interesting.
Our Solution: While we felt that vertical blinds would still be the best fit for Ms. Kearney’s sliding glass doors, due to creating a taller sense of space, our professionals went over different options for materials that would give her living room a new look. She decided that wood would make a beautiful addition. We noted the specifications of the sliding glass door to make the blinds, then later came back to put them in.
Motorized Roller Shades
Customer Issue: This customer wanted to be able to get his shades level without the hassle of adjusting and readjusting them by hand.
Our Solution: Once we had a chance to see the style of the customer's home, we recommended a few of our motorized options that would best complement it. Mr. Smith decided on roller shades and, with our help, quickly chose colors and patterns for each room. We returned as soon as we tailored the shades, completed the installation and explained to Mr. Smith how to operate them.
Faux Wood Blinds
Customer Issue: Ms. Ward adored the look of wood blinds and felt they would be an excellent choice for her home office, but was hoping for something more within her budget.
Our Solution: Ms. Ward decided to go with faux wood blinds for her home office after discussing options with our team. They look the same as the wood blinds she loved the look of, and have the same natural appearance, but for a more affordable price. This way, she could achieve the aesthetic she wanted without spending too much.
Customer Issue: This customer was tired of being too hot on his deck in the summer, and wanted a way to cool it down. He reached out to us for help finding a solution.
Our Solution: Once our expert had helped Mr. Mendoza to find the proper style and color of cloth to suit the deck, the area was measured in order to create perfectly fitting shades. The new cream-colored shades were then installed, and our professional ensured they were working perfectly for the customer.
Customer Issue: The large sliding glass doors leading from the kitchen to the patio needed functional and easy to maintain blinds.
Our Solution: Our team recommended vertical blinds, stackable to the same direction of the door, made of durable vinyl in a color that complemented the existing color scheme of the kitchen. The customer chose one touch safety wand and a double square corner valance for an added impact.
Custom Made Wood Blinds Installation
Customer Issue: No pre-made blinds were the right fit for the customer's remodeled living room windows.
Our Solution: Following a consultation with our representative, the customer chose wooden blinds in natural shade complementing the warm décor of the room in question. Our team created the custom made set and then installed in Mr. Valenzuela's living room, adding elegance and style to his home.
Motorized Sheer Shades Installation
Customer Issue: Wanted blinds he could control with a mobile app that would provide privacy without completely blocking out sunlight.
Our Solution: Our team installed a set of elegant automated sheer shades on the office's exterior window. The motorized control enabled Mr. Middleton to use his smartphone to control how much sunlight filtered into the room.
Solar Shades Installation
Customer Issue: Mr. Wagner's large windows let in so much sunlight he was noticed some of his furniture was starting fade because of UV ray damage.
Our Solution: Our team installed solar shades with an 8% openness value on all of the main floor's windows. The new coverings were designed specifically to protect furniture from UV rays while still allowing enough light in to brighten up the room and reduce glare.