At Windows to the World here in Northeastern Pennsylvania, we know that many of our customers enjoy being able to look outside while doing kitchen chores. But that doesn’t mean a kitchen window should remain untreated—after all, window treatments can provide a layer of insulation, help control natural light, and add privacy. Plus, they can actually enhance the view if desired. Read on to learn some tips for ways to treat a kitchen window. [Read more…]
Many homeowners are faced with the dilemma about whether to treat their windows or leave them uncovered to be able to maintain the view. Luckily, with Hunter Douglas window fashions, homeowners can have both. At Windows to the World serving Northeastern Pennsylvania, our trained consultants will be happy to show you the options in action.
Hunter Douglas Window Fashions
Homeowners want to maintain their view while still not feeling like they live in a fishbowl and still also have protection from harmful UV rays. We want something that will create warmth and texture with minimum levels of opacity while protecting our flooring, furniture, and artwork from the damaging sun. Hunter Douglas has numerous solutions. [Read more…]
Screen shades might sound like they’re more about blocking light than adding style to a room, but this isn’t the case with Designer Screen Shades from Hunter Douglas. Our line of screen shades combine the sheer beauty with optimal functionality. As a Hunter Douglas dealer, we provide a full line of screen shades to our customers throughout Mountain Top, Wilkes-Barre, and the entire Northeastern PA area. [Read more…]
Protect Drapery, Furniture, Flooring with Window Coverings
If you have standard windows in your home, you may not realize the damaging effects the sun’s UV rays are having on your drapes, furniture, and flooring. Quality window coverings will protect your investments while adding style and flair to your windows. The benefits of Hunter Douglas window shades go beyond protection from the sun’s damaging rays. The sun’s ultraviolet rays are also the leading cause of fading in interiors such as furniture, floorings, wall coverings, artwork and photographs. This is important for both homeowners and businesses whose products inside the store may be at risk of sun damage. [Read more…]