The Best Kept Door Cleaning Secret

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Have you ever closed a door that has traditional blinds attached to it? The way they slam each time you shut the door can get pretty unpleasant. Maybe your cat or dog damaged the blinds, leaving them in less than ideal condition. You may feel stuck, like there aren’t many options to improve the look and function of your blinds, but that’s not true! There are actually a number of solutions for you!

In this post, we are going to focus on two in particular: Enclosed Blinds and Add-On Blinds.

Enclosed Blinds

You can maintain the privacy and flexibility of blinds in your entryway and never hear that uncomfortable slam again. Enclosed blinds are built right into the door glass insert of your choice. They decrease the amount of housework you need to do to upkeep the entrance of your home. When was the last time you cleaned your blinds? How long did it take? We won’t judge you if you’ve taken the vacuum to them, but we are laughing a little. Wiping them down takes so darn long! Think about the time you will save and potential relief of allergy sufferers if your blinds were neatly tucked away. You can close and open them to adjust the amount of sunlight you get, too.

Add-On Blinds

Do you have existing door glass that serves you well? Great! We don’t think you should do anything to your house unless it brings you immense value and joy. If you’re lacking the privacy that blinds can provide and would like the flexibility of adjusting the natural light that streams into your home, add-on blinds are for you.

They are installed right over your current door setup. Your home will benefit from a new look and added comfort at an unbeatable price. There’s no better investment than improving the look of your home’s entryways. Protect your hardwood floors and furniture by managing the sun’s harshest rays throughout the day. Blinds can do wonders to save you money with your heating and cooling bills, as well.

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