If you have a door or entryway that features a window, you may be concerned about your home’s privacy and security. Untreated windows are an opportunity for someone to take an unannounced peek into your personal space, putting your property at risk. So what are your options when it comes to adding window treatments to the entryways in your home?
The Benefits of Enclosed Blinds Versus Traditional Blinds
Traditional Blinds, though convenient, come with their own set of problems – they end up lopsided, dusty, broken or tangled, and the cord can be a hazard to kids and pets. Here are some examples that might look familiar to you.
We at Zabitat have heard these complaints over and over again, which is why we have partnered with ODL to bring you an innovative solution – blinds that are enclosed in glass. The blinds themselves sit between two panes of glass, which means they won’t get dirty, dusty, or lopsided. For you, this means less time spent caring for and worrying about your blinds. Blinds that are sealed inside the glass don’t accumulate dust and dirt like traditional blinds and other window treatments do, which eliminates the need to clean them regularly.
Many homeowners see this reduced maintenance as the biggest positive of getting enclosed blinds, but another plus is that they don’t get broken, damaged or bent by everyday use. Homeowners note that it can be bothersome and expensive, though necessary, to get blinds replaced every few years. But enclosed blinds won’t break or bend, because they’re protected by glass.
In addition, there’s no hanging cord that can be dangerous to pets or kids. Enclosed blinds don’t need exposed cords for them to move up, down, or tilt. These mechanisms are enclosed in the glass as well. The cords won’t get tangled, tempt your pets, or be yanked on by your kids. They have even been certified safe by parents and industry alike.
If you find that you’re opening and closing your entryway door often, traditional blinds will move, rustle, bang, and make lots of noise, which is pretty annoying! And in the long run, this frequent movement can end up causing damage to your blinds. When blinds are enclosed in glass, it means they’ll make less noise, and not flap around every time you open and close your door.
Blinds are a great window treatment option because they can let in your desired amount of light, while still offering enhanced security and privacy for your home, property and family. Now you can see, though, that enclosed blinds are even better, because they have all the benefits of traditional blinds, without all the maintenance, hazards and hassle.
These homeowners have taken advantage of these incredible blinds and have transformed their entryway completely. Check out their after photos with Enclosed Blinds.
Whether you have a small window or a full length one in your entryway, you can find enclosed blinds in a size and shape that fits your needs. In addition, you can install them yourself, or call in the pros. Installing your own blinds is a quick DIY project, and you can even get add-on blinds, which makes the whole process even easier.
If you’re tired of the mess and hassle of your traditional blinds, but still want to be able to control the light that comes into your home (not to mention controlling who can see into your windows), enclosed blinds are the perfect choice for you. They offer all the benefits of traditional blinds with none of the pitfalls. If you’re interested in having enclosed blinds installed in your doors or entryways, or would like to install them on your own, contact us for more information. We offer many great choices when it comes to enclosed blinds, and we are happy to help you find products that fit your home.