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Old 2008-02-24, 08:33 PM
R.F.D. R.F.D. is offline
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Looking for some direction regarding window coverings. We have an end unit and have 22 windows to cover. Any help or guidance to good prices and quality products would be appreciated.
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Old 2008-02-24, 11:07 PM
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We bought a few blinds and other coverings from "Covers" in MapleView Mall, they seem to have good price. Recently they start carrying HunterDouglas and we're planning to get a few Silhouettes for our front windows. It's quite a difference in price.

For example, I asked for a 68x71 Silhouette, Covers quoted for $900 + $200 for motorized control. Home Depot is about $1200 + $500. Went to another shop in Mississauga, it was about $1800.

If someone knows better price, please post!
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Old 2008-02-25, 04:10 PM
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the home depot basic slat blinds are nice looking and reasonably priced. steve maxwell also recommends selectblindscanada.ca
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Old 2008-02-25, 07:17 PM
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We found the blinds selection and pricing to be quite good at Bou Clair (many locations in the area). Their sales are usually in the 20-30% off. They have them available in few colors (chocolate, white, etc) - look somewhat like california blinds. Their courtain rods selection and ready made fabric coverings is ok as well, as are the prices.
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Old 2008-05-17, 12:32 PM
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Had our windows done the day we moved in.

We have 23 windows and covered them all with 2" inch faux wood blinds. Competitive pricing, quote included all work including measuring, installation and taxes. Ontime, quick and great install.

They do all sorts of window coverings PM if info needed.

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rob
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