Whatever your reason for wanting blackout shades in Greenville, SC, we are happy to provide you with a free consultation and estimate.
Window shades serve a variety of purposes. They are attractive, so they add to the décor of a room. They provide privacy so that passersby are not able to view into the home, which is particularly important in bedrooms and bathrooms. And, they are useful at reducing the amount of sunlight or other exterior light sources coming into a room.
In some circumstances, you would want the ultimate amount of protection from light, whatever the source of it is. That is when blackout shades are an ideal solution. At Blinds America, we offer a variety of styles of blackout shades, so you do not have to sacrifice appearance to get the results you desire.
There are a number of reasons why you might desire blackout shades. A nursery is one place where blackout shades are perfect. Your infant will be napping many times throughout the day, and they will rest far better if there isn’t any sunlight bothering them. Blackout shades are equally as useful for anyone who sleeps during the day due to being a night worker, or those who just like to take an undisturbed nap.
Blackout shades are also a wise option for situations in which the UV rays from sunlight would be detrimental; for example, in a library or when a window overlooks a delicate item such as artwork or fine upholstery. Whatever your reason for wanting blackout shades, we are happy to provide you with a free consultation and estimate, so you can begin the selection process.
Give us a call or come visit our Greenville, SC showroom. For over 30 years, our family owned and operated business has been providing excellent customer service, workmanship and window covering products.
At Blinds America, we sell and install blackout shades in Greenville, Travelers Rest, Cherrydale, Cleveland Park, Augusta Road, Perkins Mill, Thornblade, Greer, Taylors, Spartanburg, Mauldin, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Moore, Wellford, Lyman, Landrum, Easley, Anderson, and surrounding areas in South Carolina.