While, technically, they may still pull up when you need them to or can tilt to control glare as the sun sets, do your window treatments really work as well as they did when they were first installed?
Because they’re opened, closed, or otherwise manipulated several times a day, window treatments will gradually experience natural wear and tear. And because it’s commonly far less expensive to repair treatments than to completely replace them, we’re proud to offer on-site repair services for homeowners across the country.
Bloomin' Blinds Window Treatment Repair
Signs Your Window Treatments Need Repairs
If you already have window blinds, some of the more common problems that arise are typically broken or warped slats, faulty tilting mechanisms, or frayed lift cords. Whereas shades are likely to experience frayed edges and potentially become slow-moving as motorized batteries degrade. After many years, shutters tend to experience louvers that won’t stay open, broken louvers, and louvers that have “popped” out of place.
Will Bloomin' Blinds Repair Treatments I Purchased Somewhere Else?
Because we service all brands of window covering products, you’ll never be denied a repair simply because you didn’t purchase your treatments through us. Whether they came from Bloomin' Blinds a few years ago, one of our competitors, or they were hanging when you purchased your house, we’ll fix any brands’ repairable product.
Schedule a Repair Today
Don’t let your broken blinds, shades, or shutters remain unusable for another day. To get in touch with your nearest Bloomin Blinds location, simply use our convenient online scheduling tool at www.bloominblinds.com or you may call one of our local franchise operators directly.
At Bloomin' Blinds, our greatest priority is your comfort and satisfaction. That is why we offer a wide variety of motorized blinds, shutters, and shades to meet all your needs. Contact us today to find your nearest location!