Frequently Asked Questions About Window Coverings

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Older corded window coverings may have looped pull cords or accessible inner cords that could pose a strangulation risk to small children. In addition, tasseled pull cords need to be as short as possible so they are well out of the reach of children. Parents and caregivers are urged to check their corded window coverings for potential cord hazards and to retrofit or replace them with today’s safer products. Government safety officials and the WCSC recommend that only cordless window treatments be used in homes with infants and young children.

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The best way to ensure you have child safe window treatments is to go cordless.

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There are free kits available to help prevent the danger of sagging or looping cords, but the best solution for child safety is to use cordless window coverings.

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The best option in window coverings in homes with smal children are cordless options. Cellular shades, roller shades and roman shades are all cordless options. Some roman shades have cords on the back of the shades, so be aware of this.

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Motorization (8)

Most window treatments can be motorized, but you will need to make sure your treatment and motor are compatible. Our experts can help you decide with motorized solution will work best for you.

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There are several factors you will need to consider. Durability, compatibility, cost, noise, power source and remote control options are all important things to consider when making your choice.

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Motorizing your indoor window coverings simplifies control over hard to reach coverings as well as managing glare and protecting your furnishing from potential sun damage.

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A wired system will control your motor by wires directly attached through your walls. A radio controlled system will control your motor through radio waves, so there is no direct wiring.

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Battery powered tubes are easily installed and do not require hard wiring or a location close to an electrical outlet.

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There are three ways to power your motor: a dc power adapter, battery power and solar power.

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Solar power is easy to install and cost effective.

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Motorized solutions are all controlled by a remote. However, many are now controlled through apps which you can manage right from your smart phone or your smart home system

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Shades & Blinds (18)

Sheer shades are a product the combines the functionality and aesthetics of blinds and shades. They consist of horizontal slats placed between layers of sheer fabric. These slats can be opened and closed just like slats on regular blinds. There are also room darkening options.

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A roller shade is a simple shade that lays flat when lowered and when raised, it wraps around a cylinder. Roller shades come in a wide variety of materials, from blackout material to sheer and everything between.

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Cellular shades are energy efficient, they keep the cold air out in the winter and keep the warm air out in the summer. They are also cordless, so they are a great option when considering child safety. They also have the nice option of being able to raise and lower from both the top and bottom of the shade.

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Cellular shades come with varying degrees of light filtration from a translucent shade that lets most light in while protecting privacy, room darkening shades and event to a full blackout shade option.

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The cells in cellular shades hold trapped air creating a buffer between the inside air and the outside air. This prevents the inside and outside air from coming in contact with each other and preventing heat loss or heat gain.

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Cellular shades come in options on single-cell, double-cell and triple-cell. The more cells, the higher the energy efficiency.

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Woven shades are a good option if you are looking for a casual, natural look as well as an eco-friendly option. Woven shades are made from renewable natural sources such as bamboo, jute or grasses.

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Vertical blinds are a very versatile choice as it is easy to control light and privacy and they come in a variety of materials and options. They are easy to care for and have a cord free wand which is safe for homes with children.

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Faux wood blinds are a great choice when you want the look of real wood blinds, but may have less than favorable conditions for wood. They are resistant to extreme temperatures as well as moisture and humidity and they are budget friendly.

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You can install exterior sun screens to your patio for protection from heat, glare and UV rays. Protecting your patio adds a layer of defense to the interior of you home.

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There are many varieties of blinds to choose from. The can be broken down into these categories: Persian or Venetian blinds consist of horizontal slats stacked on each other; Vertical blinds; Roman Shades; Roller Blinds; Wood Blinds; Faux Wood Blinds.

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Blinds have slats that can be moved to adjust the amount of light you want to enter your room, while shades are typically one piece of soft material that raises all at once.

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Panel track blinds are a cross between draperies and vertical blinds. They are a group of panels that slide open and closed on a track system. They are a great option for large windows and sliding glass doors. They can also be used as room dividers and they come in a wide variety of materials.

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If you look at french doors as another type of window, it makes selecting a treatment easier. Many treatments will work on french doors, allowing function and design. Some options include cellular shades, roman shades, roller shades, sheer curtains and all types of blinds.

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Sometimes these terms are used interchangeably, A true blackout treatment will remove all light from entering your room, including the halo of light that may enter around the treatment. A room darkening treatment can be any treatment with an opaque material that limits the amount of light entering your room.

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Solar shades are made from a mesh material. They are similar to other shades in that they block sunlight and glare, buy they are designed specifically to block UV rays.

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Two great benefits of solar shades is that they block UV rays which can protect your furnishings, and they are a good insulator which makes them a good choice when looking for an energy efficient window covering.

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When shopping for solar screens, it is important to evaluate what your goals are. You should decide whether blocking heat, blocking cold, maintaining views or daytime privacy is most important to you. Once you understand your goals, it will make shopping for the right product easier for you.

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Draperies (6)

It all depends on the availability of the fabric. From there, a safe estimate is 2-4 weeks to manufacture your new drapes.

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Yes, we alter ready made draperies in our designer workroom.

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  • Size – They are custom made to fix the exact size your designer measures so it fits your window perfectly.
  • Style – You can choose from a number of different styles that we offer to give your room a unique look.
  • Fabric – You get to choose from our extensive fabric library rather than look at pictures of fabric online. Pictures never do the actual fabric justice.
  • Lining – We offer wide range of linings that you can choose from to help protect your draperies and make them last along time.

Learn more about our custom draperies and blinds for your home or office.

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Yes. After exposure to dust, cooking, tobacco smoke residues, and other pollutants, your drapes will need to be professionally and thoroughly cleaned. Dry cleaning is recommended for draperies and sheers though some people prefer to have sheers laundered rather than dry cleaned.

In either case, call us or set an appointment to take down, press, dry clean or launder, and professionally reinstall your draperies, sheers, and valances. Most draperies should be professionally cleaned after 2-3 years. Of course environmental circumstances and other factors affect the recommended cleaning interval.

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Yes, by all means hard window coverings (Blinds, Shades and Shutters) can be used with fabric treatments. Putting a valance over a shade/blind adds a finish look, warmth and a complete look to your room. Also, adding side panels to shades, blinds or even shutters adds warmth and color in addition to making a small window look larger.

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Set an appointment to answer all your questions related to purchasing draperies.

  • Price
  • Exposure to smoke/steam
  • Protect floors, furnishings or artwork?
  • Need Temperature control
  • Need Light control
  • Want Noise control (Dampen sounds in rooms with wood floors etc..)
  • Allergens/Healthy living
  • Energy Efficient?

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Shutters (5)

Composite shutters and made out of PVC and wood shutters are made out of wood. Composite shutters are less expensive than real wood shutters. They are also more water resistant. Composite shutters can only be painted while wood shutters can be painted and stained. Wood shutters also have more frame styles and options. Composite shutters will last longer.

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Yes, by all means hard window coverings (Blinds, Shades and Shutters) can be used with fabric treatments. Putting a valance over a shade/blind adds a finish look, warmth and a complete look to your room. Also, adding side panels to shades, blinds or even shutters adds warmth and color in addition to making a small window look larger.

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This is optional and used for privacy, cover a window lock, or if you just like the style. On occasion shutters will require divider rails at certain heights while you can make others without a divider rail.

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Yes, you can use the L frame and button catches to put shutters on a french door. They are the most stable treatment on the market while also allowing full functionality. With a sliding glass door if it is 6 feet or less wide then we recommend treating this option like a window. You would use 4 panels, 2 on the left and 2 on the right side. Use a by-pass track if the sliding glass door is over 6 feet wide.

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Every shutter manufacturer will have a different length of time on their warranty. Each of our shutters are not going to warp, will have proper fit, and operation. Guaranteed.

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Valances (5)

A valance is a decorative piece that tops your window treatment that typically hides your hardware. A valance is often made of fabric. A cornice is a decorative valance made out of wood.

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You are in full control of the design – all the way down to the smallest trim. Choose a flexible padded wood frame with curved, soft, sleek, neat design styles. Use a valance to cover the top part of your window and have soft fabric valances as well as wood valances. These work great to fit in with your existing decor. You can use any fabric you wish, making the options endless!

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These valances use almost any kind of fabric and are draped gracefully over the window hardware, thus hanging down over both sides of the window.

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These often provide a full appearance and are made of a light weight material. They get this name since they will easily balloon up on the sides. This elegant design choice is available in a varietyt of colors, patterns, and textures like most window valances.

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This very elegant style is commonly used in formal settings. They are dramatic and often chosen from elaborate materials with intricate designs. You will generally find fring and tassels as part of this window covering design style.

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General (28)

No, we’re happy to come visit you at home, work, wherever! Please schedule an appointment to meet one of our designers.

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Yes, we carry hundreds of samples with us at all times. Don’t be afraid to ask.

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Yes. We will measure and tell you how many yards of fabric that we will need.

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Yes, we are located in Chatsworth, California. Visit us at our showroom.

9447 De Soto Ave.
Chatsworth, CA 91311

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Regular cleaning is key. Draperies need to be dry-cleaned and blinds/shutters can either be wiped down or vacuum-cleaned.

You can call us for dry-cleaning.

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Simply call us and make an appointment. We will send a professional window treatment decorator to your home to take measurements and answer any questions you may have. They will also help you choose from a variety of fabrics and styles. Our experienced seamstresses will sew your draperies to order and our expert installers will make sure your custom-made draperies are a perfect fit.

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Consider the following: Is the room hot in the summer? Cold in the winter? Insulated window treatments can make a big difference.
The sun can fade expensive carpeting and furniture. Draperies can off a lot of sun protection for the inside of your home.
Today, we have several eco-friendly options, including PVC-free.

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There are so many factors when choosing coverings, your choices can seem overwhelming. The biggest factor in your decision is knowing whether you need privacy, light, or a combination of both.

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An inside mount means that you are hanging your window treatment from the inside of your window casing. An outside mount means that you are attaching your treatment outside of your window casing.

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There are many options available for sliding glass or patio doors. You will usually want to select a treatment that opens in the same direction as your doors, and you will also want to make sure the treatment complements the other window coverings in the room and that it is durable because of the daily use. Some good options include vertical blinds, sliding door track panels and vertical cellular shades.

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When measuring your windows yourself, you want to make sure to take the measurements in three locations, both horizontally and vertically. Round your measurements up to the nearest 1/8″. For inside mounts, make sure to take the exact window measurements. For outside mounts, your measurements should be for the exact amount that you want to cover.

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When choosing window coverings for your bath, privacy and durability are of great importance, but you also want style. Faux wood blinds and shutters are a good choice for privacy, style and compatibility with moisture and humidity.

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Blackout window treatments for your home theater are a must for the highest quality experience. It is crucial to have correct sizing on your blackout treatments to avoid glare from the sides of your treatment. We offer many options for you, including both room darkening and blackout shades and blinds and our experts will make sure your treatments are the perfect fit.

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There are many options in window coverings that can help with energy efficiency. There are both indoor and outdoor options. Indoor options such as cellular shades, blinds and layered draperies can reduce heat loss and gain. Outdoor options include reflective films and screens can help with summer heat gain.

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Choosing natural materials for you window coverings is a great way to make sure they are Eco-friendly. Wood and bamboo are both good natural options. Also, bamboo and woven window coverings break down faster in landfills after their life cycle is complete. Another option is to choose items made from recycled materials, such as aluminum blinds.

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A great solution to reduce noise are cellular shades. Just as cellular shades trap outside air, they also trap outside noise. The more cells your shades have, the better the noise reduction. Other options for noise reduction are roman shades and draperies.

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The time it takes to get your products can vary depending on the type of product that was ordered and the manufacturer it was ordered from. Typically is takes 4-8 weeks to complete an order. Order productions vary depending on type, complexity, and volume of orders. Orders typically take 4-8 weeks to complete.

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Yes, our designers do take evening and Saturday appointments. Our installers also take appointments on evening and weekends. Schedule appointment

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We collect a 75% deposit at the time of purchase. The remaining balance is due the day of installation.

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Each manufacturer provides a different warranty. Upon installation, the installer will present the warranty information to you and answer any questions that you may have.

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We highly encourage professional installation of any window treatment due to the complexity of custom designs and customer safety.

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Yes. We have an extensive collection of the latest fabrics in our showroom that are available for purchase.

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There are a wide variety of products and options that make this difficult to answer. For a standard size with (roughly 3’ by 4’) a typical window covering ranges from $200-$600. That is why we offer free in home estimates where our designer will bring all the sample to you, measure your windows, and give you a quote on the spot. Schedule an appointment

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One of our fantastic team members will contact you shortly after your purchase to schedule a remeasure (if required), upon the arrival of your custom order, and finally to schedule an installation appointment for your window treatments.

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If you wish to make any changes to your order, please contact our office staff or your designer. We will do our very best to accommodate any changes you wish to make if your order has not been processed for production. After your order begins production with the manufacturer, we are unable to make any changes to your order.

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Depending of the fabric type we recommend a fabric treatment be cleaned every 3 years. Contact our office staff to schedule an appointment offsite or onsite cleaning with our installation professionals.

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Because every order is custom manufactured, we are unable to accept returns and cannot issue refunds.

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Yes. Many manufacturers offer fire retardant fabrics and materials. We can also treat some non-fire retardant fabrics to make them fire retardant for an additional fee. We will take a sample of the fabric that was selected and get it treated. The fabric will then be tested to see if it stands up to California Fire Retardant Laws and Standards.

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No, we’re happy to come visit you at home, work, wherever! Please schedule an appointment to meet one of our designers.

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Simply call us and make an appointment. We will send a professional window treatment decorator to your home to take measurements and answer any questions you may have. They will also help you choose from a variety of fabrics and styles. Our experienced seamstresses will sew your draperies to order and our expert installers will make sure your custom-made draperies are a perfect fit.

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The time it takes to get your products can vary depending on the type of product that was ordered and the manufacturer it was ordered from. Typically is takes 4-8 weeks to complete an order. Order productions vary depending on type, complexity, and volume of orders. Orders typically take 4-8 weeks to complete.

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Yes, our designers do take evening and Saturday appointments. Our installers also take appointments on evening and weekends. Schedule appointment

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We collect a 75% deposit at the time of purchase. The remaining balance is due the day of installation.

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Each manufacturer provides a different warranty. Upon installation, the installer will present the warranty information to you and answer any questions that you may have.

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We highly encourage professional installation of any window treatment due to the complexity of custom designs and customer safety.

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There are a wide variety of products and options that make this difficult to answer. For a standard size with (roughly 3’ by 4’) a typical window covering ranges from $200-$600. That is why we offer free in home estimates where our designer will bring all the sample to you, measure your windows, and give you a quote on the spot. Schedule an appointment

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One of our fantastic team members will contact you shortly after your purchase to schedule a remeasure (if required), upon the arrival of your custom order, and finally to schedule an installation appointment for your window treatments.

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If you wish to make any changes to your order, please contact our office staff or your designer. We will do our very best to accommodate any changes you wish to make if your order has not been processed for production. After your order begins production with the manufacturer, we are unable to make any changes to your order.

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Because every order is custom manufactured, we are unable to accept returns and cannot issue refunds.

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Roman Shades (2)

There are several types of roman shades including flat, relaxed and butterfly shades.

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Roman shades are a type of window covering that is very effective in blocking out the sun. They are different from other window shades because they stack evenly when opened and are flat or smooth when closed.

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Cleaning (9)

Regular cleaning is key. Draperies need to be dry-cleaned and blinds/shutters can either be wiped down or vacuum-cleaned.

You can call us for dry-cleaning.

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Depending of the fabric type we recommend a fabric treatment be cleaned every 3 years. Contact our office staff to schedule an appointment offsite or onsite cleaning with our installation professionals.

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Yes. After exposure to dust, cooking, tobacco smoke residues, and other pollutants, your drapes will need to be professionally and thoroughly cleaned. Dry cleaning is recommended for draperies and sheers though some people prefer to have sheers laundered rather than dry cleaned.

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You should dust or vacuum your blinds with your regular household cleaning routine. You can deep clean your blinds once or twice per year.

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Take your blinds outside and rest them on a carpet, towel or blanket. Use a soft brush and a bucket of water with a few drops of dish detergent and gently scrub from side to side. Make sure to wash both sides of your blinds. When done, rinse gently with a garden hose and hang to dry.

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Vertical blinds are best cleaned when hanging. The easiest way to keep your vertical blinds clean is to vacuum them with a brush attachment during your regular cleaning routine. For fabric and vinyl blinds, you can use a dry sponge to remove any spots that the vacuum was unable to remove.

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To keep your wood blinds clean, regularly dust or vacuum them. For deeper cleaning, wipe with a damp cloth. Stained finishes can be treated with lemon oil.

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You can bring fabric blinds to a dry cleaner for professional cleaning.

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Roller shades and vertical blinds don’t have a surface for dust, so are great low-maintenance options. Cellular shades are also a great options as many are anti-static and won’t attract dust.

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Motorized Retractable Awnings (3)

Our awnings built to withstand wind gusts of 55 – 75 mph. Now, just because they have been tested for these weather conditions doesn’t mean they should remain. We recommend retracting your awnings with strong and gusty winds close to these speeds. Most of our models are also designed to be retracted when not in use.

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Yes! Not only will your patio or deck be 20 degrees cooler, it will absolutely make your home cooler. By blocking the sun from shining through your windows, you can save money on your energy with less air conditioning. It will also help your carpets, flooring, and artwork from fading.

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When you purchase you do not to purchase your motor separately. Our motorized, motorized XL, and motorized oasis models are all installed with a quiet Somfy electronic motor. In addition, they come with a remote control included and have a manual override feature if necessary.

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