Just what makes custom window treatments a better option over standard store-bought ones? As you are shopping for new blinds, shutters, curtains, etc., you will likely come across two major categories: standard store-bought options and the custom route. Why should you consider the custom option over the standard offerings?
Standard Window Treatments
Ready-made window coverings are going to be easy to find and, at first look, they may seem like they are of good enough quality. Their lower price can also make them appear more affordable, but the trade-offs – including the likelihood of replacement – add up.
Generally, they offer limited designs, materials, colors and features, as you cannot select different components. Because of this, what you see is what you get. There is no flexibility when it comes to design needs, which can also make it doubly hard to find matching treatments for other windows. You are dependent on what’s in stock and what has been pre-produced, so you run the risk of things not matching.
Since these treatments are mass-produced, unlike customer window treatments, the quality is also going to be typically poorer. That means thinner material, less attention to detail, and a greater likelihood of damage and deterioration. Further, if you have anything but an exactly standard-sized window, the chances of finding measurements to match will be slim.
Custom Window Treatments
Custom window treatments, however, offer way more flexibility, quality, and control. You not only get to pick the material, color and pattern, but you can have your blinds/shades/drapes cut to your precise measurement needs. Plus, you walk away knowing that your shades are going to automatically look better and work better. You can order full sets to match each other in confidence. You are also guaranteed a certain high level of quality. Custom coverings are not mass-produced, so their materials and creation pass a close inspection.
Let’s get you set up with window treatments that actually work for you! Call us today to see your options on style, function, features, and more.