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Get a new look with Budget Blinds
Tired of your old blinds or shutters and ready to spruce up your surroundings for the new year? Then call Budget Blinds for a free in-home consultation. They offer a full line of window treatments, including wood blinds, faux wood blinds, woven woods, cellular shades, shutters, and draperies.
Rick and Malinda DeLong of Budget Blinds have almost 20 years of experience in home décor and have been serving Wilson County and the surrounding area since 2007.
Their exceptional service and professional installation save hassle, time, and money. They bring the showroom to clients, saving people from having to search from store to store for just the right window treatment.
Budget Blinds will take the measurements, order the products, and professionally install your window treatments.
The DeLongs offer a range of blinds, including vertical options, as well as an assortment of shades and draperies.
Their custom blinds include wood blinds available in a wide array of colors and stains, and durable faux wood blinds -- great for steamy bathrooms or hot kitchens. Budget Blinds offers an assortment of custom shades, including modern roller shades, Roman shades, creative shading, and shade motorization.
They also include warranties that cover pet damage.
“We are the only one in the industry to offer it,” they said.
For more information or to schedule your free in-home consultation, call 210-573-1655 or 830-627-2828; or visit www.budgetblinds.com/NortheastSanAntonio/.
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