Are you ready to install brand new window blinds at your South Jersey home or place of business? If you're ready to revamp your blinds, but aren't sure about the style or what works with the rest of your room, you need an window blinds expert—you need Robert Kline!
We can assist you in deciding the best style of window blind to install in your South Jersey area home. We have almost half a century of experience in the industry and have installed 1" mini blinds, vertical blinds, real wood blinds, faux wood blinds and more.
What is the best window blind to block out the light when needed and still blending in seamlessly with the rest of your room? We can help you choose.
In addition to installing new custom blinds in the South Jersey area, we can also motorize your window blinds. By adding a motor, you will be able to open and close your window coverings with the touch of a button. This is perfect for those who have difficulty standing or reaching upwards, or anyone who just wants the ultimate in convenience!
Robert Kline should be your expert of choice when you're installing new window blinds in South Jersey. He has almost half a century in the industry, and during that time, he has personally installed thousands of sets of window blinds. His unique style, dedication to his customers, and high standards have made his brand a name to be trusted in the industry. Name brands include Castec, ADO, Coulisse, Worldwide, and Graber.
There are many types of window blinds, and most can be motorized for safety and ease of operation. Here are some of the more common window blind styles:
Wood Horizontal Blinds
These are typically made of basswood in a translucent stain or opaque paint finish in 3 slat sizes. Exotic woods like oak, zebrano, teak, bamboo, cherry, maple and walnut are available. Custom coloring as well as decorative tapes and leather wrapped hardwood are available.
Faux-Wood Horizontal Blinds
These come in solid color or woodgrain finishes in 2 slat sizes. This product is designed for high humidity or lower cost situations, but they are heavier and less stable than real wood blinds.
Vinyl vertical blinds are durable, good insulators, and are extruded in a wide variety of colors and "fabric-like" texture. Fabrics are available. Genuine wood verticals coordinate with horizontal wood blinds.
This is a fabric slipcovered vertical slat blind that pivots and draws with a sheer fabric overlay which is removable for laundering. ADOWrap blinds are offered in multiple fabric styles and colors.
These are available in 3 slat sizes, with solid, pearl and metallic finishes.
These are blinds constructed in natural reeds, grasses, wood, hemp and bamboo to bring a unique window covering to your interior. Light filtering and room darkening liners are available. Wovens come in several blind styles and gliding panels.
If you're ready to replace your old, worn blinds with new real wood blinds or faux wood blinds, let's get started! Call Custom Window by Robert A. Kline at 609-707-7742 for all your South Jersey window blind needs.