Are you looking at buying your blinds from Home Depot, Lowes or an online retailer? Save money by having us measure your blinds for you. We can save you money but most important we understand how the blinds are to be installed so we can provide you important information that will not cause you to order the wrong size of blind. Each window is unique and must be measured differently depending on what type of blind you are buying.
If you have bought your blinds from an online retailer, use us to install them for you. Just as important as picking the right window treatments, is making sure they are properly, professionally, and safely installed. Our installers have over 13 years of professionally installation experience. We will professionally install your blinds and make sure you are 100% satisfied with the installation of your new window coverings.
Power Rise Blinds
We are able to repair power-rise blinds. The most common types of repairs for power rise blinds are battery wands, battery clips, motor replacement, restringing, and conversion to platinum technology.
We are able to do repairs on all major name brand or private label, custom made, one-inch aluminum mini-blinds. Some of the more common repairs for mini-blinds are re-stringing, replacing the tilter, replacing the cord-lock, and replacing bent or damaged slats.
Two-inch window blinds are available in wood, composite wood, faux wood, and aluminum. Similarly to mini blinds, the more common repairs for two-inch blinds are re-stringing, replacing wide cotton tapes and the braided ladders that hold the slats in place, tape barrels, broken wood wands, and finally, replacing bad or damaged slats.
Pleated Shades are not as popular as cellular shades but are making a slow comeback into the window covering industry for their many available textures and fabric selections. Like cellular shades, the most common repairs are re-stringing, loop cords, cord guides, and replacing cord-locks and clutch control units.
Cellular Shades are available in many different pleat sizes; The most common are the single and double row of cellular shades. We have found the most common repairs to include re-stringing, loop cords, cord guides, and replacing the cord-locks and clutch control units.
Roman Shades are available in many styles. The most popular roman shades come standard with pull strings. Roman shades, like Pleated and Cellular shades, are available with a loop cord upgrade. Common roman shade repairs include re-stringing, replacing cord-locks, and loop control units.
Natural Shades have similar control options and are built in the same manner as Roman Shades. We commonly repair the re-stringing of Natural Shades, replacing cord-locks, and loop control units.
Roller Shades are available with spring rollers and loop cords, or beaded chain clutch units. The most common repairs for Roller Shades are replacing the rollers, replacing broken chains or loop cords, replacing clutch units, and finally the end plugs.
Silhouettes are a popular soft shade with the look of a blind, but the softness of a shade. The most common repairs are replacing end caps, control units, loop cords, and installation brackets.
We call several window coverings "Ready Made", which are window coverings that are pre-made and ready to install out of the box. A disadvantage to this type of purchase is that many Ready-made blinds or shades are not repairable when something breaks; In addition, parts are not easily available. Custom made window coverings cost more, but are a better long-term investment that can be repaired when needed. Please be advised that some repairs will require special order parts or modifications that will affect the final cost and time to repair. We will advise you right away, if this is the case on your blind.