Aluminum Mini Blinds in Colorado
Aluminum Blinds can provide a classic or a sleek, contemporary look that combines style with durability, reliability and affordability. Your New View Blinds & Shutters window covering consultant will help you discover the options that best meet your needs in function and decorating style.
Mini-blinds come in the following sizes: one-half inch, also known as the micro-blind; one inch, commonly called the mini-blind; and two inch, referred to as the macro-blind. Mini-blinds also come with special features which hides cord holes completely for impressive light-blocking action, and a hidden control system that eliminates the cord altogether and lets you raise and lower your blinds with just the touch of a finger. We have motorized tilt systems which makes it easy to tilt slats by remote control.
Aluminum blinds with with twice the view through.
Reveal™ with MagnaView™ by Hunter Douglas, gives you twice the view through the slats when tilted open than standard blinds. Tilted closed it looks like a traditional blind, but when opened, slats nest together to create a wide-open view and increase incoming light.
Aluminum Blinds come in every color imaginable. They are an excellent choice for sun block problems, and they offer a wide range of privacy options as they tilt 180 degrees horizontally. In terms of pricing, along with faux wood blinds, these are one the most economical interior window coverings.
We will be happy to visit your home in Colorado at your convenience to assist you in making the right decision for your new Aluminum Blinds!
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