Double pass painting and staining process on the ends of the slats takes a little longer than conventional methods, but you'll agree that this process produces a higher quality product.
All exterior components are color coordinated, including the mitered, architecturally molded wood valance. The valance is mounted with clips that are invisible once installed. Attractive cotton tapes are available as an option on the GrandView Wood Blind.
Because GrandView's cord tilt assembly allows for smooth 180 degree rotation and the slats have smaller route holes, you will always have complete control over the amount of light entering your windows, and with the natural insulating properties of wood, you have tremendous control over your energy costs.
Due to GrandView's trapezoidal shaped bottom rail, the bottom rail and bottom slats roll gracefully with the tilt of the blind. Because rectangular shaped bottom rails rest flatly on the sill, they have a tendency to kick the bottom slat out of line when tilting the blind.
We think you'll agree that the result of these features is a higher quality wood blind that adds a special touch of warmth and a rich, natural beauty to any room decor. Easy to maintain, and backed by a limited lifetime warranty, GrandView is a natural selection.