Custom Quality Speaks Volumes
You Just Can’t Buy Window Treatments “Off-The-Shelf”…
They Need To Be Customized To Fit Your
EXACT Needs —
Then They Need To Be Installed PERFECTLY.
Window treatments, (like window blinds, shades etc.) that you buy “off-the-shelf” are usually mass-produced to a pre-set “standard” size. They are—by design—an attempt to be a “one-size-fits-all” solution. These mass-produced window treatments do not and will not meet the exacting needs of today’s homes and homeowners.
When you buy an “off-the-shelf” window treatment, you are, in essence, trying to put a square peg into a round hole.
No two homes are built exactly alike, and despite common misconceptions, window frames are notoriously built to “loose” standards. The reasons are many, but the end result is the same… window frames are never “exact.” Couple imprecise window frames with mass-produced window treatments—built only God knows where with an allowable margin of error—and you can start to see how problems are going to happen.
Unfortunately, the “standard sizes” used by homebuilders in the past are almost certainly not the “standard sizes” used today.
In almost every instance, the solution has always been to install a custom measured and custom-built window treatment.
Is it more expensive to do it this way? The short answer, Yes and No. There is no arguing that it is probably going to be more money up front for a higher quality custom-built window blind. BUT, you actually save a lot more money in the long run with a custom built window treatment.
When your window treatment is custom built, it’s a “perfect fit.” There is no wasted time, energy, labor or money on trying to make a square peg fit into a round hole… i.e. trying to fit a “stock” window blind into your “non-stock” window frame.
Bottom Line: Our custom built and installed window treatments will save you money on labor costs as well as in product longevity, energy savings, and home resale (recoupment) value.
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