With our window blinds, you can enjoy natural light in your home without having to deal with glare on your screens.
In home improvement shows or articles, one theme that comes up a lot is how to get more natural light into your home. While natural light does have many benefits, from reducing the amount of energy you use on electric lighting to promoting healthy vitamin D production, it also has some drawbacks. If you’ve ever had to struggle to read your computer screen or make out the images on your TV due to glare, then you are already familiar with some of the ways in which sunlight can be inconvenient. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose between total brightness and a complete blackout. At 31-W Insulation, we offer high-quality window blinds that will allow you to adjust the natural light in your home to your particular preferences.
While there are a variety of window treatments available, blinds offer the highest degree of flexibility when it comes to controlling how much light enters your home. Blinds are constructed of thin strips of wood, aluminum, or other materials, and both their length and the angle of the slats can be adjusted to allow more or less light to come through. In addition, blinds are also popular because they can provide privacy while still allowing light into the room. Here at 31-W Insulation, our goal is to provide you with the best home improvement products, including a range of blinds to suit all your functional needs and design preferences.
31-W Insulation began as a family owned company with just two locations in 1972. Today, our operation has grown to include 48 locations across twelve states, including facilities that serve the Garner, North Carolina area. If you are in the market for new blinds, call our team today to discuss your options.
Right here in North Carolina, we also offer blinds in Concord, Greensboro & Conover. 31w is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee & Texas.