A repair may just involve a few dollars, a little knowledge, and some time
(Vocus) March 23, 2009
Phoenix, AZ -- In today's economy, do it yourself projects are becoming more popular as Americans take on home improvement projects themselves to save money. And if you haven't discovered it already with electronics and small appliances, too often it is cheaper to buy new than to pay a professional to repair the old. However, that's not so when it comes to window blinds or shades, "A repair may just involve a few dollars, a little knowledge, and some time," says Ron Manwaring of Blinds Chalet.
Did you have blinds that won't tilt open or closed? What about a roller shade that won't roll up? Blinds Chalet offers the DIY-er step by step repair instructions for some of the common issues encountered with blinds and shades. For example:
- How to repair broken wood or faux wood blinds that won't tilt open or closed
- How to repair a vertical blind vane that is twisted
- How to replace a cord tilt
- How to cut down window blinds that are too wide
- How to repair spring roller shades
- How to child proof blinds
- How to replace a worn lift cord
- How to remove additional slats in horizontal blinds
If you are unsure of what it will take to repair your blind or shade, give Blinds Chalet a call to discuss your particular issue. Chances are, they have encountered it before.
"We collectively have been in the business for more than 25 years and have seen anything and everything when it comes to blinds. We want to share our knowledge with customers so that they will get the most out of their blinds."
Visit http://www.blindschalet.com and look for "Blinds How To's" in the right hand column or copy and paste this link into your browser: http://www.blindschalet.com/kbc-repair-blinds-4.html.
For more information on Blinds Chalet or current trends in the industry contact Ron Manwaring at info (at) blindschalet (dot) com or by phone at: 1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840.