Hunter Douglas Window Shades

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Hunter Douglas Window Shades

From style to type, it can be difficult in itself to narrow down your options when it comes to making a decision on purchasing window shades, blinds, sheers, shutters, etc... Fortunately, with the help of Feld's Carpet One Floor & Home in Greencastle, IN, our team of consultants can assist you in choosing the right product to fit your lifestyle and design preference.

The Name

Hunter Douglas has been creating custom made window treatments for over 30 years and is one of the lead, most innovative, window fashion company in the industry. Making all of their products within the U.S, fabrics are made with high-quality, hand-crafted material that incorporate true linen weaves. The design result is an appealing, trendy window fashion. Many of Hunter Douglas shades showcase a soft metallic thread throughout to appeal to today's sophisticated, edgy style. Hunter Douglas' brand is built with core construction, ensuring these window blinds will last in your home for many years! Not to mention, these shades are built with functionality in mind.

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When it comes to window treatments, it's important to know they are made to be used over and over again. Options not only incorporate durable material but products range from simple all the way up to cordless and motorized for those large room, large window residential as well as commercial scenarios. In addition, there are specific designs centered solely around distribution of light, whether you're looking to diffuse harsh light or redirect light deeper into a room.

Air Loss Prevention

Hunter Douglas approaches the energy efficient world in a way that enables you to remain comfortable day in and day out. Don't forget that the most common source of heat loss is from poorly insulated windows so if you're in the dead of winter, Hunter Douglas' unique cellular construction creates pockets of air to better insulate those windows, keeping you warmer on those harsh, brisque days or even in the summer when you are trying to prevent that cool air from escaping. 

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