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We offer complimentary professional measurement services during our initial meeting and work with you towards product recommendations.

We’ll provide product samples on-site to ensure optimal color and fabric matches with your lighting, existing furniture, carpets, paint schemes etc.

We also carefully review mounting preferences based on window depths and control options available so that the end result is a well thought out selection that will work well in each and every window. We also do all of our own installations to ensure the selected product is mounted properly and will meet the required warranty standards.

Always providing you quality service

All custom window treatments come with professional installation. Call us or stop in today to learn more.

We offer repair services at our location.  If we are unable to repair your product we will serve as your advocate with the product manufacturer on all warranty and repair issues.

Don’t throw away your investments when they can be repaired

With minimal care, your blinds, shades, shutters, and draperies will add classic elegance to any room in your home for many years to come.

 

To keep them looking beautiful, most window treatments should be periodically dusted with a feather duster or vacuumed with an upholstery attachment.

 

Small stains on blinds and shades can be easily wiped clean with a sponge soaked in warm water and mild detergent. Gently blot the material to dry.

 

Vertical Blinds—Vinyl Louvers -Vinyl louvers may be removed and immersed in water for cleaning.  To eliminate static electricity, coat the louvers with a thin layer of mild detergent.

 

Vertical Blinds—Fabric Louvers- These should not be immersed in water or dry cleaned.

 

Vertical Blinds Sheer - Sheer fabrics are steam pressed during the manufacturing process, but may need to be re-steamed at a low temperature before hanging.

 

Wood Blinds - For blinds with painted and stained finishes, clean with spray polish and a soft cloth. For best results, do not use water on any wood products.

 

Pleated Shades - Before cleaning, be sure to remove the shade from its window. Open the shade fully and lay the fabric on a flat surface.

 

To remove fingerprints or spots, use a spray foam upholstery or fabric cleaner. Spray the cleaner on the entire area and gently rub back and forth with a clean, damp sponge. Be careful not to crush or wrinkle the fabric.

 

Dry the fabric by patting with a clean towel. Hang the shade up once again when it is completely dry.

 

Do not use strong detergents or spot removers. Dry cleaning and ultrasonic cleaning methods are also not recommended.

 

Finally, be aware that frequent cleaning may affect the fullness and body of pleated fabric.

 

Cellular Shades - Strong detergents or spot removers may harm your cellular shades. Dry cleaning is also not recommended.

 

When deep cleaning is desired, you may wish to enlist a professional cleaning service. To locate a certified blind cleaner in your area, visit blindcleaners.net

 

Dusting Guidelines: Regular light dusting maintains a like-new appearance of most blinds, shades, sheers, shutters and window panels.

 

- CAUTION: Do not use magnetic cleaners such as a dusting mitt on light-dimming fabrics. This will damage the light-dimming backing.

 

Vacuuming Guidelines: Vacuum gently using the brush attachment on any vacuum cleaner. Most products may be vacuumed using a vertical stroke.

 

- CAUTION: Do not use a brush attachment or long vertical strokes to vacuum Luminette Privacy Sheers, as these actions will crease the fabric.

Do not vacuum Architella Elan and Architella Elan Eclipse fabrics.

 

Compressed air or hair dryer (non-heat setting) - Use to blow dust off selected window coverings.

 

Got Bugs?   To prevent damage to delicate fabrics, resist the urge to use any type of stick, wand or handle to push out pests that are caught in your window shades.

We recommend gently blowing them out using:

-  A can of compressed air.

-  A hair dryer on a cool setting.

 

Keeping your Window Treatments Looking Clean and New

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