The right blinds from Josel Blind Co Inc blinds services in Detroit, MI will provide privacy, control light, and spiff up a room. On their own, windows are really just holes in the walls. But add a window covering like shades, blinds or shutters and you suddenly have privacy, control over the amount of sunlight that fills the area and a better looking room. Whether you're picking window coverings for one window or for an entire house or business, you'll need to consider window shape and size, how you use the room and the amount of sunlight you want to let in and keep out.
You can buy blinds in home furnishings stores, home centers, paint and tile stores and through a decorator. All allow you to see and feel the products, and these outlets often provide swatches and samples so you can test selections at home. If you're anxious about accurately measuring windows, Josel Blind Co Inc blinds services in Detroit, MI will do the job. If the blinds don't fit properly, we'll make it right.
Purchasing blinds from a mail order catalogue or by phone means you're responsible for the accuracy of measurements and if the blinds don't fit properly, it's your problem. While you can save money this way, the quality of the blinds can vary. You will need to beware of unfamiliar brands, and ask if the blinds are first or second quality. You also might not have as great a selection as you will at a home center. But before you shop, you need to know what to buy. Josel Blind Co Inc blinds services in Detroit, MI can help you with these projects and get it done right.
Josel Blind Co Inc blinds services in Detroit, MI offers a variety for horizontal blinds. While these blinds may be a chore to keep clean, their adjustable louvers offer great light control. The more slats per foot, the less light will leak through the blind. And blinds with cord holes at the back of the slats close more tightly, a feature to look for if you want them to be light tight. As for cleaning, some newer products have a factory applied antistatic electricity treatment to keep dust from building up. The vanes on blinds come in metal, wood and vinyl, in numerous colors and finishes. Ladders, the nylon lift cords that run along both edges of the blind, can be left as is or dressed up with decorative tapes that coordinate with or contrast to the blind or the color scheme of the room. Wood and faux wood horizontal blinds, which cost more than their metal and vinyl counterparts, are especially popular today. They are equally at home in traditional paneled or rustic style homes and more modern spaces. Wood blinds destined for use in high humidity rooms should be warp and mildew resistant.
Most commonly used over sliding glass doors, Josel Blind Co Inc blinds services in Detroit, MI vertical blinds are also at home with tall casement windows, fixed glass windows or bow windows, as well as with arch top and angular windows. Long typecast as a commercial window covering, vertical blinds can bring a sense of drama to a room with their strong lines. More than any other window covering, they enhance the height of a room which is something to keep in mind if ceilings are low in your home. In vinyl, fabric, metal or even matched to wallpaper, vertical blinds allow good air circulation and are an outstanding choice when it comes to protection from UV rays, which can be a problem in west and south facing windows. The decorative vanes can be inserted into plastic backs that protect them against sun damage and present a uniform look to the street. Free hanging slats, which are weighted at the bottom to keep them orderly, are another option. To hide their hardware, we can top vertical blinds off with a headrail that matches the vanes.