Universal Windows Dallas Announces O'Hair Shutter Product Line

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Universal Window Coverings of Dallas, TX announces the O'Hair line of custom plantation shutters.

We like representing a company that cares about the environment.

Universal Windows of Dallas, TX announces their line of O'Hair shutters. Featuring both interior and exterior plantation shutters, O'Hair offers customers a wide variety of product to fit their individual needs.

Mike Coronato, President of Universal Windows, says, "O'Hair's commitment to quality and their long standing excellent reputation is what we want for our customers."

"Everything we sell at Universal Window Coverings has a lifetime warranty. O'Hair's product line fits perfectly with our philosophy of customer satisfaction. We know they stand behind their product."

O'Hair, based in Lubbock, TX, has been making shutters since 1940 when Roy O'Hair started the local company with a $500 investment. Since then O'Hair has grown and expanded their scope, supplying their custom shutters across the country.

"O'Hair uses responsibly harvested timber from sustainable sources. The wood used is American grown on private land by those committed to good stewardship. Says Coronato, "We like representing a company that cares about the environment. In 2012 O'Hair reduced their energy consumption by 57% over the previous year."

The company specializes in both interior and exterior shutters. "Plantation shutters done properly are not a "one size fits all" installation. O'Hair's commitment to precision manufacturing at every stage of the process insures that the products we offer customers will last a lifetime."

Quality shutters begin with a proper drying process. "O'Hair seasons their wood in house. It's a strictly controlled process that combines open air drying with low heat kiln drying. "If wood isn't dried properly, it can warp after being installed."

O'Hair goes an extra step in achieving stress free wood. Says Coronato, "They "rip and rotate" the raw timber before gluing. It achieves a laminate effect that increases strength and resists warping."

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