blinds

Wood Blinds

Wood Blinds have been the most affordable and common window covering for homes over the past 20 years. Wood blinds offer long term protection, affordable pricing and a wide range of colors. Wood blinds are lighter than the synthetic version and thus, easier to lift and lower on a regular basis. Offering the best of both worlds, wood blinds can rotate open and closed as well as lift and lower…how could you ask for more.

Wood Blinds offer a wide range in color options in both “whites” and “stains”, they are also available in 2” and 2.5” slats. The 2.5” slats will add a little to the cost but if you have the room in your budget, they look much less busy and eliminate about 15% of the boards used to fill the opening.

Wood Blinds are not good to use in humid/wet environments as the water can slowly pop the paint off of the wood.

Pros

  • Blinds are less expensive than most window coverings
  • Durable, lasting decades
  • Many colors to choose from
  • Easy to decorate around
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Cons

  • Can get a little heavy if the blind is big
  • Not decorative or “pretty”
  • Strings…nobody likes strings
  • Common…everyone has them
To clean a Wood blind

Note: Never hose it off or submerge it in water.
Tilt the slats down and use a feather duster to knock off the top layer of dust. Raise the slats up and dust from the back of the blind. If the blind has a layer that will not come off with a duster, its time to clean board by board. Using a micro-fiber towel and some diluted Simple Green cleaner, gently rub each slat to remove the “old dirt”. Going board by board will take a long time, but once you have done it, you will be able to simply dust from here on out.

We have thousands of happy customers – blinds, shutters, and shades – in surrounding cities like:

Addison • Allen • Arlington • Bedford • Carrollton • Colleyville • Coppell • Dallas • Euless • Frisco • Fort Worth • Grapevine • Hurst • IrvingKeller • Little Elm • McKinney • Plano • Prosper • Southlake