At Window Treats serving Holmdel and surrounding areas, we know that many of our customers overlook a necessary component to how their window treatments function: how they open. Did you know that some treatments can open in different ways? To see what we mean, speak with one of our trained specialists today—we’ll be happy to help you determine the best way for your treatments to open so you get the most of their functionality. [Read more…]
If you’ve got a man cave in your home—or if you’re planning on creating one—remember that window treatments for that space are as important as for any other room. After all, your man cave should be your comfortable area for relaxing or entertaining—you want it to reflect your personality and offer the functionality the space deserves. At Window Treats serving Holmdel, we’ll be happy to help you get your room right where you want it. Speak with one of our representatives today! [Read more…]
Having been around for over 30 years, honeycomb shades continue to offer superior privacy, insulation, and light control. They maintain warmth in the winter and cool air in the summer, making a room more comfortable. Talk to a trained consultant at Window Treats here in Brooklyn to find out if Honeycomb Shades are right for your home. [Read more…]
Hunter Douglas Innovation
Have you ever wished your window treatments could perform two functions? Maybe it’s that, during the day, you want the right amount of light to come in, but at night you want your room perfectly dark. Here in New York City, there’s now an option. Let the trained consultants at Window Treats show you!
The Revolutionary Duolite™
You might be wondering how one shade can achieve both functions and still have a clean look.
Hunter Douglas, the leader in innovative window treatments, has the answer. They’re created a unique and revolutionary feature called Duolite, which controls day and nighttime light levels by using two separate fabric panels to provide maximum light control. Or you might look at it as Duolite™ is two shades in one. [Read more…]
According to the National Fenestration Rating Council®, damaging UV rays and radiation enter homes through windows, fading the home’s furnishings. So even though most people associate UV rays with protecting their skin, it actually means also protecting home furnishings with window coverings.
UV damage occurs more than just during the summer months. In the winter, when the sun is lower on the horizon, the harsh glare and the lack of leaves allows the sun to enter farther into the room. If your home has windows that are not covered properly, your belongings will likely experience UV damage. So you should do all you can to protect against UV rays, regardless of the season. [Read more…]