Do you have dirty blinds or shades? Then give us a call!
We come to your door with an onsite, mobile service that uses state of the art ultrasound technology. We take down your blinds, clean them in our customized service truck outside your door, then rehang them.
Verticals, Mini Blinds, Wood Blinds, Silhouettes, Pleated Shades, Parabolic Lenses, Luminettes, Polywoods, Fauxwoods, Duettes, Honeycomb Shades, and Roller Shades.
- We use warm water mixed with an environmentally safe, nontoxic, biodegradable soap.
- Powerful sound waves clean the slats, cords, and head.rail
- A final rinse using a water soluble sheeting agent helps the blinds to dry without water spots, and pulls static electricity out of the blinds lowing dust build up.
- We also repair blinds.
We clean all brands and types of blinds and shades, including Hunter Douglas, Levelor, Bali, Budget Blinds, 3Day Blinds, and Graber and Springs blinds and shades.
Types of Blinds and Shades
Our company are experts at cleaning blinds and shades. But if you decide in the end to buy something new, it is important to know more about blinds and shades. That way, you can purchase the best products for your needs.
First, it is important to understand the difference between blinds and shades:
- Blinds are usually a wood window covering that has horizontal slates that you can open or close.
- Shades are window coverings made from fabric.
While both products work in much of the same way to keep the sun out of your room, these different types vary in price, style, and operation.
Blind and Shade Features to Consider
Before you purchase new blinds or shades for your home, consider what you want and what you want them to do. Think about whether you want them to make the room dark so you can sleep, or if you want them to be able to totally close so you have total privacy.
When considering how much light you want to get into a room, you should ensure the blinds you buy match your desires. If you want enhanced privacy and more light blocking, choosing blinds that totally close and have wider slats is a good idea.
But you also can buy blackout shades that have thicker fabrics that will offer full coverage over your window for better light blocking.
Keeping heat in the room in the winter and keeping it out in the summer is a big deal for many homeowners. If you are considering blinds for your home, you should think about the level of thermal insulation in what you buy.
Shades are fantastic for the summer because they keep out heat by blocking the whole window. But that does not always mean they are better.
Blinds can be more versatile and can be tilted to let more light in the room when the weather is cool. They also can be tilted away from the house to block sunshine, so the house does not get too hot in summer.
When you put in blinds, you also want to think about how much people will see into the house. Bedrooms and bathrooms need more privacy. But living rooms and kitchens may be okay for seeing inside and seeing out.
Please keep these tips in mind if you decide to purchase new blinds or shades. But if you want to keep what you have and just get them cleaned, please give us a call!