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What is the Right Way to Hang Roller Shades?

By |February 26th, 2016|

Over or under? It depends on how you want your shades to look, how much light you want to block and other factors:

The most common option is the standard roll, in which the fabric rolls back, close to the window glass. Having it as close to the glass as possible blocks the most amount of

Comparing Motorized vs Manual Roller Shades

By |September 4th, 2015|

Remote controlled blinds and shades are a great option for those hard to reach windows or those with very wide dimensions. Because they are conveniently simple to use, and practical, motorized roller shades give you the option of having your blinds fully automated. You can open and close them at the touch of a button

Change your old roller shades and have a huge saving in your electricity bill

By |August 5th, 2015|

The green movement has been highlighting the importance of energy conservation for years, and after the oil-price spiked in 2008, utility companies started to add fuel surcharges to customers’ bills. How can you avoid paying larger fees?

First and foremost, change your old and unefficient roller shades. Your windows are only single panes of glass, maybe

Motorized roller shades

By |August 4th, 2015|

Remote controlled blinds and shades are a great option for those hard to reach windows or those with very wide dimensions. Convenient, simple to use, and practical, our roller shades gives you the option of having your blinds fully automated. You will open and close them at the touch of a button from a wall

Manual roller shades

By |May 5th, 2015|

Motorized roller shades

By |October 11th, 2014|

Ideas for Shades That Add Style to a Room

By |March 18th, 2016|

Nonfunctioning, or “faux,” shades are perfect for those who want a pop of color in the window, but who don’t need the functionality of a shade that fully extends. As a bonus, they can offer a transitional alternative to valances and cornices.
Top-down, bottom-up shades allow the homeowner to shut out glare without blocking all the

Ideas for Window Shades

By |March 4th, 2016|

The roller shade is still a good option. At its most basic, the material is wound around a wooden dowel and is spring loaded for pulling up and down. Roller shades can be a simple addition behind draperies, adding not only privacy but also another layer of style to your windows.
Roman shades are a bit

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