Frequently Asked Questions About Shutters & Window Blinds
Q. What Is The Best Window Treatment Option For Me? Blinds, Shades, Or Shutters?
A. The truth of the matter is that there is no one right answer to this question. The decision of which window treatment option is going to be right for your home largely depends on what kind of function you're looking for, as well as your personal aesthetic tastes. Our team of professionals will go over plenty of different options with you in order to help you find the one that's going to best suit your personal tastes and functional needs.
Q. What Is The Benefit Of Plantation Shutters?
A. There are a number of benefits that plantation shutters offer, but most homeowners choose them initially because of their beauty and the value they can add to your home. Plantation shutters can be a wonderful investment for your home, and provide you with a near-perfect blend of function and style that most homeowners love.
Q. Can I Get A Remote Control To Open My New Shades?
A. Of course. We offer a comprehensive line of motorization options to go along with our window treatments, so if you are one of the homeowners who have always wanted to have control over your window treatments with the push of a button, our team of professionals can certainly help you out.
Q. What Are Your Payment Options?
A. We accept cash, check, money order, and even PayPal. We require 50% down, with the rest of your balance due upon installation.
Q. Do Your Window Treatments Come With A Warranty?
A. Most of our window treatments come with a Limited Lifetime warranty, and each one comes with a packet that outlines the details and parameters of said warranty.
Q. Which Window Treatment Options Offers The Biggest Boost To Energy Efficiency?
A. Believe it or not, honeycomb shades actually offer the highest R-value for your windows, with room-darkening honeycomb shades offering a rating up to 4.4.
Q. How Are You Supposed To Clean Your Window Blinds Safely?
A. In most cases, cleaning your window blinds in a safe manner involves using a feather duster or using a bristle vacuum attachment with the suction on low. With wood blinds, it is important to avoid using water or exposing them to moisture, but with faux wood blinds or aluminum, you can use a damp cloth to gently wipe away dirt or dust as well.