Cutting Back Means Staying Put for Many Residents: Blinds Chalet Notices Increase in Window Blinds Sales to DIYers During Recession

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Window blinds seem to be at the top of a DIYers improvement list even in the stale economy. With the sluggish real estate industry, many are waiting it out by staying put. Residents who plan on eventually selling are putting their time and effort into preparations for the eventual upturn of the market with do-it-yourself (DIY) projects that will increase curb appeal and the value of their home. For instance, Blinds Chalet (http://www.blindschalet.com) has noticed an increase in window blind sales regardless of the economy.

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In the current market residents don't want to invest any money that's going to be wasted, so getting a quality product at a good price is vital, and Blinds Chalet has been able to provide that. We have built a good customer base because of quality and price.

The tightening of the household budget means cutting back on the "extras" but in today's economy, the "extras" might not be as easily defined as you might think. For example, Blinds Chalet has noticed an increase in window blind sales so far in 2009,which could be traced to the sluggish real estate industry. Residents who harbor future plans of selling their property are putting their time and effort into preparations for the eventual upturn of the market with do-it-yourself (DIY) projects that will increase curb appeal and value of their home.

"Window blinds are an easy, affordable upgrade that can not only add an aesthetic appeal to your home, but can also add energy efficiently which is also an advantage in today's economy," says Jayson Ellingson of Blinds Chalet.

Homeowners appear to be taking advantage of the current economy and jumping on projects they've had on the back burner for years. They are finding cheaper prices for home improvement goods brought on by the economic downturn. The DIY industry has always appealed to the thrifty consumer because you can upgrade at a lower cost rather than hiring a professional to handle the project from start to finish. And during a time when there are more "thrifty" consumers out thereā€¦ the lower prices are making DIY projects more popular than ever. Ellingson notes, "In the current market residents don't want to invest any money that's going to be wasted, so getting a quality product at a good price is vital, and Blinds Chalet has been able to provide that. We have built a good customer base because of quality and price."

About Blinds Chalet:
Blinds Chalet (http://www.blindschalet.com) is known for offering high quality window blinds at discount prices. While others in the industry may offer lower quality products in order to provide consumers with a lower price tag, Blinds Chalet insists on requiring every product to measure up to their high quality standards prior to offering it to the buying public.

For More Information:
For more information on Blinds Chalet or current trends in the industry contact Jayson Ellingson at info (at) blindschalet (dot) com or by phone at: 1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840. Or visit Blinds Chalet online at http://www.blindschalet.com.

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Jayson Ellingson
Blinds Chalet
http://www.BlindsChalet.com
1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840
info (at) blindschalet (dot) com

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