Professional Window Treatment Measurement
The biggest mistake most people make when purchasing window treatments happens during the measurement process.
Without the right tools and the right techniques, it’s easy for a novice to make a huge costly mistake, especially when it comes to getting the detailed measurements needed for custom window treatments.
Product Knowledge is Paramount
In fact, in order to get your window treatment project to come out right the first time, without any stress, it is going to take a great amount of patience and precise measurements.
But it gets worse.
It’s no secret that there are a variety of products to choose from when it comes to blinds and shades, Plantation Shutters, curtains and draperies, or any other kind of custom window treatment. To magnify your do-it-yourself measurement headache and make it even harder to succeed, each manufacturer has their own set of specifications and mounting requirements that must be taken into consideration.
Therefore, it only makes sense that intimately knowing the product and how it’s going to be mounted will help you avoid a great amount of frustration, lost time and lost money.
Furthermore, there is no “one size fits all” situation. Window coverings are designed and fabricated to suit specific needs such as glare reduction, light reduction, noise reduction, and privacy and insulation issues just to name a few.
That’s why at Shades In Place, Inc., we have a dedicated team who continually keeps up to date by attending the latest installation certification and training courses.
In addition, we use the latest technology available on the market to take accurate measurements. Because the majority of windows in New England have the capacity for “inside mount” installation, we use state-of-the-art Laser Technology with a precision tolerance of 1/32” within 200 feet.
This means when you chose us to measure for your window treatments, you’ll get perfect results every time. And to show you we’re not kidding, we guarantee it!
Eliminate costly and time consuming “installation stress and headaches.”
Give us a call today and discover the simple way to get your window treatments installed.