4 Lifting Options For Window Treatments

With any window treatment, there are four primary options for raising and lowering. 1. Standard cord. First, there’s the standard cord that you see on most blinds. Our blinds have a safety feature so that if there’s too much weight applied to the cord, it will break...

How to Stay Cool On Your Patio This Summer

It’s summertime in Texas! That’s all great until you’re outside and you’re almost cooking on your patio or outdoor living area! We want to tell you about four ways you can stay cool while you’re outside on your patio, whether your kids are playing or you’re enjoying...

How Much Do Window Treatments Cost

How much do window treatments cost?   There are three factors that go into pricing: 1. The quality of the product All our products are from the top of the line manufacturers: Hunter Douglas, Norman, etc. This means we’re never going to be the least expensive, or...

The Best Blinds For Child Safety

The Best Blinds For Child Safety I’ve been in the window treatment industry for over a decade, and one change I’ve noticed over the last few years is a greater emphasis on child safety. Small children and pets can easily get caught up in cords and get injured, or can...

Benefits of Living In Light Farms Celina TX

The Benefits of Living In Light Farms Many of you know that my family and I recently moved to Light Farms in Celina, TX. It’s a beautiful, master-planned community, and we highly recommend it to anyone thinking of moving to the Celina/Prosper/Frisco area. If you’re...

5 Hidden Costs of Moving

5 Hidden Costs of Moving Whether you’ve moved once, or a million times, there always seems to be some hidden costs that come with moving. Even if you have your moving quote, and you have the whole budget done—there are always these little things that seem to pop up...

How to Properly Measure Windows for Blinds

A Common Mistake: Today let’s talk about one of the most common mistakes people make when measuring a window. What most people do is grab their measuring tape, randomly put it up across a window, and say “Yeah, this is 34 and 3/4 inches.” Then they measure the length:...