Customer Issue: Mrs. Pierce hoped that we might have suggestions for how to better keep the sunlight out of her home to avoid it heating up.
Our Solution: We had just the thing for Mrs. Pierce’s needs! Exterior shades go on the outside of the window to better block out incoming sunlight. Not only does this stabilize the temperature, but it also keeps out the harmful UV rays that can bleach furniture. She picked out white polyester for the fabric, then our team measured the windows all over the home. After the shades were made, we installed them.
Motorized Vertical Shades
Customer Issue: Mrs. Bailey’s home was overly exposed to the sun because of the tall windows.
Our Solution: We found a way to cover the windows without diverting attention from them by using vertical shades. Motorizing the shades meant Mrs. Bailey would be able to operate them as easily as possible. As soon as Mrs. Bailey agreed to our suggestion, we took the measurements and went on to perform the installation. Before leaving, we showed Mrs. Bailey how to use her smartphone to operate the shades.
Customer Issue: Mr. Adams wanted affordable blinds that would have a simple build that matched his bathrooms and provided privacy.
Our Solution: We made several different recommendations and discussed them with Mr. Adams to find what would best suit his needs. Venetian blinds were determined to be the most fitting due to their ease of use and straightforward nature. They also had capabilities perfect for being in a bathroom, such as being unharmed by humidity or water.
Customer Issue: Mr. Barnett wanted to ensure his living room could completely close out the sun as needed for watching TV without any glare.
Our Solution: Not only would curtains give a flowing, bigger feeling to the large space, but the blackout options would make certain that the customer could enjoy his television in peace without any light creeping in. This was agreed to, and our technicians measured the windows to create perfectly fitting new curtains that were then installed.
Customer Issue: A penthouse suite undergoing redecoration needed some classy and convenient new window coverings.
Our Solution: Four sets of long, royal purple and gold-trimmed ceiling-to-floor wool drapes made up the centerpiece of this order. Our team had convenient power couplings to work with in each room, so installing the electric motors, sensors, and remote control systems was finished quickly.
Motorized Cellular Shades
Customer Issue: Mr. Towne wanted cost-effective insulating shades for his bedroom window, to help keep his energy bills low.
Our Solution: The window in question was slightly larger than most, so the cellular tubes and roller both needed to be long. Motorizing a roller of any size isn’t difficult for us, fortunately, and the end result was a three-layer-thick cotton-lined shade with fully programmable opening and closing schedules.
Customer Issue: The customer had some old blinds that were all but falling apart, and she decided to replace them with trendy layered shades.
Our Solution: Two windows required new coverings, and each of them got a double roller to accommodate the vertically opening layered shades. A pair of drawcords apiece now allow the Gothel family to adjust light levels or remove the coverings entirely at will.