Faux Wood Blinds: Best Choice When Calamities Strike in Pasig, Philippines

One of our clients who lived in Pasig, Philippines is looking for the right window covering for their house. She used to have curtains, but because her house is located where flood is always present, using curtain is not a smart choice for her window. While searching for a better window treatment, she learned about the Faux Wood Blinds.

Faux Wood Blinds are known as imitation wood and occasionally called fake wood. Faux Wood Blinds is made of PVC materials that will not crack, fade or deform easily. Faux Wood Blinds also are the most adaptable to humid or wet places. It is the most washable blinds ever invented and because it is an imitation of real wood blinds, it has the same sophisticated look and natural beauty, just like wooden blinds.

Installation of Faux Wood Blinds in Pasig City, Philippines

Installation of Faux Wood Blinds in Pasig City, Philippines

Our clients in Pasig City, Philippines opted for Faux Wood Blinds not only because it is  cheaper and as beautiful as Wooden  Blinds, but also it is a water and fire resistant, most especially in Pasig where flood is too frequent. Faux Wood Blinds can be easily cleaned, unlike curtain.

White Color of Faux Wood Blinds

White Color of Faux Wood Blinds

In DS Windows & Walls, we now also offer Foam Wood Blinds, same as an imitation of Wooden Blinds, but it is much lighter than Faux Wood Blinds. For more information, email us at inquiry@dswindows.com or call us at (02) 893-1373 / (02) 403-3262 / (02) 668-9668 / 0916-311-3909. You can also visit our website at http://www.dswindows.com.

You can personally see our products in our showrooms at:

  • 4th Level Waltermart, Makati City
  • 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City
  • 2nd Level Pacific Mall, Lucena City.

 

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