shutters have been updated for the modern home and are available in a variety of wood stains for a natural look, or a selection of whites for a more classic clean look.
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) January 23, 2010
CBS’ Early Show stated shutters are coming back in a big way. Todays Homeowner host, Danny Lipford touts window shutters as practical, while adding an element of privacy and security to a home. Shutters also allow for easy adjustments to filter sunlight in or block sun, weather and noise.
Blinds Chalet’s composite window shutters are made from 100% American hardwood and durable thermal polymers, for longevity. This unique blend of materials allows the shutters to retain their shape, color and resist chipping. Each plantation shutter is designed with a patented spring-loaded panel design and a classic tilt bar with ‘no mouse holes.’ This allows each louver to close tighter and minimize any light gaps for added light control and privacy.
Supporting the local economy, Blinds Chalet’s composite shutters are made in the United States which also allows for faster delivery. “Shutters are part of a trend that’s not simply reminiscent of another time,” says Chris Stanley of Blinds Chalet, “shutters have been updated for the modern home and are available in a variety of wood stains for a natural look, or a selection of whites for a more classic clean look.”
For more information on Blinds Chalet or current trends in the industry contact Chris Stanley 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.
Contact: Chris Stanley
Company: Blinds Chalet
Phone: 1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840
Email: info (at) blindschalet (dot) com
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