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Custom Window Wooden Blinds in Miami & Broward

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Custom Window Wooden Blinds in Miami & Broward

Wood Blinds serve as a natural alternative to traditional window shades and are available in a wide variety of styles, finishes, and sizes to suit the individual tastes and room décor of virtually any consumer. Custom wood blinds come in a variety of slat widths including 1″, 1 3/8″, 2″, 2 5/8″, and 3″ and there are also cordless models that are generally easier to operate while also offering a certain degree of aesthetic enhancement to the room they are placed in.

Wood blinds provide the valuable added benefit of energy efficiency, due to the natural insulating properties of wood. By creating a natural barrier between the hot South Florida sun and the room they are located in, wood blinds can directly result in a considerable amount of savings with respect to energy costs. They also prove to be highly effective against the intrusion of light into a room that one wishes to keep darkened.

Natural Wood Blinds are usually constructed of one of two different materials, North American hardwood or Ramin Wood.

In addition to being made available in natural finishes and stains, wood blinds are also available in a variety of colors, providing the consumer with a substantial amount of flexibility when selecting blinds to match the décor of any room.

Contempo also offers these additional innovations in wood blinds as viable alternatives to conventional models:

  • Routless Wood Blinds:  Also known as de-Light, NoHoles, and LightMaster, routeless blinds are named for the absence of the routs, or small holes, through which the cords in conventional models typically run. When routed blinds are shut, light is still able to permeate through these small openings, a problem that routless wood blinds effectively address.
  • Cloth Tapes:  Cloth Tape wood blinds also are able to largely eliminate any light permeation. These blinds are named as such because they are controlled with a cloth tape that connects the slats without the cord holes of traditional wood blinds. This option is usually available on the wider slatted wood blinds.
  • Cordless Wood Blinds:  Cordless wood blinds avoid many of the common problems associated with conventional wood blinds by virtue of their design. They are generally a good choice for homes that have small children that could easily reach the cords of conventional blinds and damage them or accidentally choke on them. Cordless wood blinds do require “hands-on” operation but are usually worth the peace of mind of not having to be concerned with cords potentially being pulled and the subsequent damage this can cause.

Wooden blinds are typically made available in four basic types of finishes:

  • Painted Finish:  Wood blinds come in many different colors and lacquers for a wide variety of looks.
  • Wood selections:  Basswood is generally the most common type of wood found, but maple, oak, and cherry are good choices when one seeks a more authentic look.
  • Sandblasted Finish:  Blinds with sandblasted finishes enhance the grain of wood, which helps provide a very detailed and vivid finish.
  • Stained Finish:  Stained finishes are the most popular type of option for wood blinds, particularly for their ability to replicate the look and feel of wood.

Guide to Cleaning Wooden Blinds

Once installed the wooden blinds will last a long time and if you use the proper techniques to clean them, you will save time and give you even more useful life time. Often, just sliding a clean, dry cloth around the blind during the week and a more extensive cleaning on weekends is enough to keep your wooden blinds looking like new.

Wooden blinds can be cleaned in a variety of ways, including vacuum cleaner. Soft microfiber towels work well. Each of these methods guarantees that dust is picked up and kept blinds slats properly.
If your wood blinds are installed to a high window in particular, use a step ladder so you can reach the highest level. Make sure you are secure and don’t need to hold the blinds for support, you can fall and pulling them down!

Check for stains on your wooden blind. If they are not removed, try a very moderate detergent or a wood cleaner. Once you’ve banished the stain, make sure to dry and moist areas as possible completely.

When cleaning with a vacuum cleaner, use a brush accessory that will gently remove dust and dirt. The soft brush bristles perform the technique without the risk of damage! Adjust the blind to a closed position, so the slats sit on top of each other closely. The slats should never be pressured, simple adjusted using the cord mechanism provided.

Once adjusted, you can start cleaning your wooden blind then vacuum-cleaning from the beginning to the end of the slats. Once complete, reverse the position of your blinds so you can repeat the process on the other side of the slats.

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Miami Window Shades

Contempo Interiors offers a complete variety of Miami Wooden Blinds options for its commercial and residential customers. South Florida is known for its beautiful yet occasionally extreme weather conditions, and Contempo provides you with all of the choices to help stay protected from the elements while still enjoying the outdoors with a superior selection of exterior shades. Contempo offers a wide selection of the best brands of commercial-grade light weight aluminum shades, zebra shades, roller shades, and cellular shades, zebra blinds, wood blinds, wooden blinds, zebra window blinds, assuring that we cover the full spectrum of this very popular category!


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