Commercial Blinds for your Kansas City Area Business
When it comes to your business, don’t neglect your windows! Office blinds and restaurant blinds not only bring a room-completing touch to your space, but they can also improve your efficiency and stop bothersome angles of light from interfering with your day-to-day. No restaurant patron wants to dine with a sunbeam hitting them in the eyes, so check out Blinds To Go for our extensive selection of beautiful and functional commercial blinds.
Energy-Efficient Commercial Blinds: Go Green and Save Green
At Blinds To Go, we believe taking care of the environment is just good business. One of the easiest things we can do as individual business owners and homeowners is to create a more energy-efficient space to function in, as the resulting savings on energy reduces the overall carbon footprint. That’s good for the environment and it’s good for your bank account! All window treatments are helpful when it comes to energy savings, but we offer special selections that are designed to maintain cool indoor temperatures and reject heat gain. Not only that, we offer products that are made with partially or completely renewable or recycled materials. Earn Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) points while saving your energy dollars!
Office Blinds, Restaurant Blinds, and Everything in Between
We have a fine selection of vertical and horizontal office blinds in a variety of styles, colors, and functions. If you want the ease of automated blinds, we can get those installed for you. If you want restaurant blinds that add a classy touch to your dining space and allow your guests to adjust them on their own for their own personal comfort, we’ve got that covered. We do custom work so you know the blinds will fit your unique windows.
Are Blinds and Shutters the Same?
Window treatments, shades, blinds, shutters – it can be hard to keep track of the many different terms people use for things that cover your windows. As a quick reference, window treatments is the overall term for whatever type of window covering you have. Shades are made of fabric. Blinds and shutters are both made of hard material, but the difference comes in with how they are mounted. Blinds are attached inside or above the window recess, while shutters are attached to the window frame itself. Not sure what you would rather have? We’ve got both and can help you determine what would work best for your Kansas City business!