Wood blinds are beautiful, stylish, and elegant. They’re a great choice! But have you considered looking at faux wood alternatives? It’s worth a thought—there are a number of benefits with faux vs genuine wood. At Window Treats serving Monmouth Beach, we’re committed to ensuring that our customers get the product that meets their needs the best. That’s why we’re talking about faux wood blinds today. Read on for more!
About Faux Wood
Although genuine wood offers great look and style, it isn’t the right option for all situations, including high-heat windows, rooms with lots of moisture, and windows with southern exposure. Physically lighter than genuine wood (so easier to maneuver in those larger spaces), faux wood can withstand the elements and is guaranteed not to warp, crack, or peel, even in some of those tougher window locations.
Everwood® Alternative Wood Blinds
These Hunter Douglas options offer durability and style. They won’t warp, bow, yellow, or fade, and, with their high durability, they are a good choice for high-traffic areas, like sliders, patio doors, or kids’ rooms. Even better, they’re easy to maintain; simply clean the slats with a soft cloth or your vacuum’s brush attachment. Finally, these blinds are available in over 50 colorways, making them a great choice to complement any décor.
Measuring Your Window
Ordering from Window Treats means you’ll get professional measurement and installation as part of the purchase. However, in case you want to have an idea of how your blinds will sit, here’s how you can measure the window in advance. First, decide whether you’ll have the blinds mounted inside the window frame or outside of it. If you choose inside mount, the blind will be more flush to the window, helping to cut down on light coming in. If you choose outside mount, the blind will cover the entire frame and add dimension to the space. To measure for inside mount, be sure the window is square by measuring horizontally at the center, top, and bottom; vertically on both sides and in the center; and diagonally. Measure the depth of the frame to know if it’s large enough to fit the treatment, and take into account any window hardware (like openers) that could impede the treatment.
Faux Wood Blinds in Monmouth Beach, Eatontown New Jersey
Window Treats, Inc. is service-oriented business specializing in custom shades, blinds and draperies. We serve residential & commercial customers throughout New Jersey & New York, including Allenhurst, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Elberon, Englewood, Fair Haven, Freehold, Holmdel, Little Silver, Locust, Long Branch, Manalapan, Manhattan, Marlboro, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Monroe, New Brunswick, Oakhurst, Ocean Township, Rumson, Spring Lake, Teaneck. Contact us for a consultation!