Window treatments such as blinds and shades can give your newly built home the custom feel you desire. They can also give your existing home an updated look without doing major renovations.
Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire works with builders, contractors and homeowners to help you achieve the look you want for your new construction or replacement projects.
Benefits of Window Coverings
Window coverings do more than enhance the appearance of your home’s décor. Superior quality window treatments also offer these four benefits:
Whether you prefer minimal or maximum privacy, there’s a window covering that can provide you with the level of privacy you desire for your home. You don’t even need to sacrifice natural light. We can help you choose the right window treatment that balances your privacy and lighting needs.
2. Light Control
The right window treatment can help you control the amount of light that enters your room. Whether you want to filter the light or have maximum blackout, there’s a window covering to fit your lighting needs. Our window shades and blinds offer various levels of light control.
The sun’s ultraviolet rays can damage your floors and fade your furniture. If protecting your home’s interior from these harmful UV rays is a concern, we have shades and blinds that can block them.
4. Energy Efficiency
The cold, snowy winters typical throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Southern Maine are a consideration when choosing window coverings for your home. You want window treatments that look great while being energy-efficient to keep your home’s warmth in and the cold outside where it belongs.
Our Window Products
At Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire, we offer a variety of window products for your home, including:
Cellular & Pleated Shades
Roller & Solar Shades
Roller and solar shades are excellent for light control and blocking UV rays from entering through your windows. Solar shades prevent the sun’s UV rays from getting in your window and damaging your floors, furnishings or artwork. Blackout roller shades are ideal for bedrooms, especially if you sleep during the day or have a bright streetlight outside your window.
Faux Wood Blinds
Faux wood blinds are identical to real wood blinds. However, they have some advantages over wood blinds: They’re ideal for rooms that frequently experience high humidity, like bathrooms, kitchens or laundry rooms. They’re also more affordable and economical than wood blinds, and because they’re constructed from PVC or vinyl, they are extremely durable.
Vertical blinds are ideal for larger windows. They provide a high level of light and privacy control. These blinds can be fully or partially open or closed or have their louvers tilted to customize the amount of light let in and visibility from the indoors.
Call (603) 668-4411(603) 668-4411 today to learn more about the window coverings we sell and install.
Window Coverings Installed by Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire
The problem when shopping for blinds or shades in a big box store or with most online retailers is that installation and proper measuring are not included in purchasing the product.
Our team at Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire includes these services as part of our package when you purchase your blinds or shades from us.
Call Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire today at (603) 668-4411(603) 668-4411 to learn more about our services.
Why Choose Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire?
For over 40 years, Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire has served builders, homeowners and commercial project managers in the New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Southern Maine region.
We’ve earned a reputation as one of the highest-quality subcontractors in the region. Our team is dedicated to:
- Providing the best products
- Installation with the utmost care
- Affordable pricing
- Reliable customer service
Window Blind FAQs
What size blind is best?
The best size of window blind depends on your preferences. Some of the more common sizes include three-inch, two-inch and half-inch blinds. Wider blinds will have less space between the slats, resulting in more privacy but less light.
Narrower blinds will allow more light in but reduce privacy a bit, making it easier to see inside your home. Generally, two-inch blinds are a good compromise between light and privacy, and that’s our standard size at Builders Installed Products of New Hampshire.
Do I really need window coverings?
Window coverings like blinds can offer several benefits for your New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Southern Maine home. They provide an extra layer of insulation over your windows to keep out drafts and cold in the winter or keep out the heat and sun in the summer.
They help reduce noise from neighbors, pedestrians and cars, and they let you control light levels in your home. They also help protect your privacy, preventing neighbors and pedestrians from seeing inside your home, especially after dark.
Can I still have curtains or drapes?
Yes, just choose your curtains, drapes and hardware carefully, so there is plenty of room between the drapes and blinds. Longer curtain rod brackets should suffice to provide the necessary clearance.
How often should I clean the blinds?
To avoid excessive dust accumulations, it’s good to dust your blinds once or twice a week with a microfiber cloth. This will help minimize dust and allow you to take more time between deep cleanings.
Once a month or so, clean the blinds thoroughly with warm water and mild soap, like dish detergent. Then rinse the blinds with clean water and dry them with a microfiber cloth. Finish by wiping them down with a dryer sheet to prevent static and repel dust.