If you are looking to make some improvements to your home to create a more modern look, you should check out enclosed blinds. Blinds between glass are exactly what they sound like — blinds built inside of glass panels.
Blinds are a necessity to almost any home, but traditional blinds don’t always fit any door, they attract dust and dirt, and they break easily. Blinds between glass are stylish, contemporary, and are easy to maintain. Here are seven benefits of having blinds between glass.
No More Cleaning or Dusting
Cleaning traditional blinds is a real pain, but enclosed blinds are sealed behind the glass. You’ll never have to take a duster to them, because they are protected from dirt and other debris. You will be able to easily clean the glass though without fighting the blinds. Enclosed blinds are a great alternative for those with dust allergies that are looking for a particle-free or sterile environment.
No More Slamming or Breaking
Every time you open a door with traditional blinds, they slam back and forth. The sound of blinds slamming is not pleasant for you or your guests. After being slammed numerous times, blinds begin to break. You eliminate all slamming when you switch over to enclosed blinds. The blinds stay in place quietly, and you won’t have to worry about repairing broken blinds due to the slamming.
No Hazards for Children and Pets
Traditional blinds have strings that hang down and create a messy look. Sometimes you have to tie them and try to hide them behind the blinds. The strings also pose a hazard for children and animals if they come into contact with them. String are eliminated when you switch over to enclosed blinds. There are no strings to deal with, maintain, or worry about around your pets and children.
Privacy When You Need It
Enclosed blinds will raise all the way up the glass when you want, but they will also lower to any level for the amount of privacy you are searching for. After they are lowered, you can also tilt them in the direction that you would like to allow the sunlight to shine through. You get natural sunlight without sacrificing privacy when you need it. It gives you the same privacy as traditional blinds, but enclosed blinds are quicker and easier.
Enclosed blinds are double pane glass panels which provides your entryways with top notch energy efficiency. Plus, when you close the blinds, they block out the sun when we don’t want or need it. Proper use will begin helping to lower your heating cost during the winter and your cooling cost in the summer.
Made For All Exterior Entryways
Instead of replacing your entire entryway, you can use your existing door. That means you’re saving big bucks on upgrading your entrance with blinds in-between glass. Doors with enclosed blinds look great at any entryway in the house. Back patios, kitchen entryways, front doors, sunrooms, and all other exterior entrances will look more appealing after adding enclosed blinds.
Since the blinds are protected inside the glass panels, you’re going to get really long life out of the blinds. In fact, there’s a 20-year warranty on the Enclosed Blinds glass insert, so you’ll know you have many years to reap all the benefits of blinds between glass.
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