Holiday season is the time for celebration and getting together with the people you love. December has the longest period of holiday and the most extravagant celebrations of all holidays are Christmas and New Year. With the long week of vacation after stressful weeks of the year is the best opportunity to fix some stuff, replace those already damaged house decors and do the general cleaning.
Almond Color of Fauxwood Blinds
Yes, you have a long weekend to do this stuff, but Christmas and New Year requires time because of various parties from here and there. To save your time fixing some stuff, cleaning your home and at the same time fixing and cleaning your window coverings, then use Fauxwood Blinds as window cover. Well, if you had one, then you are in luck because Fauxwood Blinds is not only durable and beautiful it also the easiest to clean among other window covers. If your blind looks messy, you can just wipe it with a wet cloth or you can put it down and place it in the tub full of water with a little dish washing liquid. After leaving it for 5 to 10 minutes, drain the excess water and let it dry to the sun. After that, it will look brand new again without wasting too much time and energy. Fauxwood blinds are made of PVC (poly vinyl chloride) resistible to water.
Fauxwood Blinds Installation in Makati City, Philippines
One of our clients in Makati City opted for Fauxwood Blinds as their window covering. They selected Fauxwood Blinds because it can match to any furniture and any color of their wall. It also looks great for whatever celebrations and can complement to any home decor. With their busy schedules, cleaning Fauxwood Blinds can help them save time and energy.
Aside from window blinds, we also offer vinyl wallpaper, carpet and accordion door. For more information, you can visit our website at http://www.dswindows.com or call DS Windows & Walls at (02) 893-1373 / (02) 403-3262 / 0916-311-3909. If you want to see our products personally, you can visit our showrooms located at 4th Level Waltermart, Makati City, 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 2nd Level Pacific Mall, Lucena City.
Woods materialize as one of the most commonly used materials when it comes to interior design. Although wood is very useful and durable, certain kinds of insects and fungi may lead to its serious damage particularly when you are living in a very high humidity country like Philippines. High moisture content is one of the most common influential factors for deterioration of wood.
Dry rot is one of such damages that may occur when a certain type of fungi feed on wet wood that will cause to dry up or crumble. The spores of fungi lead filaments down into the damp wood. These filaments eat the wood as the fungi spreads through a threadlike filaments called hyphae. As the filaments eat into the wood, they cause the wood to shrink, leaving behind a crumpled mess.
Wood Dry Rot
One of the solutions to prevent wood from rot is to apply sealant to the wood that may cost too expensive when you regularly apply it. When you were about to decorate your home with wood design, you may use Fauxwood Blinds for your window treatment. Unlike with the real wood, Fauxwood Blinds are made up of PVC (poly vinyl chloride) which is a type of plastic that can never be affected by dry rot when moisturized. PVC has water and fire resistant capacity, thus hard to warp, crack and fade its color by means of water or fire easily.
Our client from Lemery, Batangas has big problem regarding dry rot that is why when he knew about the Fauxwood Blinds, he opted to use it rather than wood blinds. It may be PVC but it looks like the real wood one due to its various wood stains and also in much affordable price.
Fauxwood Blinds Installation in Lemery Batangas, Philippines
Cherrywood Color of Fauxwood Blinds
In DS Windows & Walls, we offer different types of blinds that are very useful for your home in much affordable price. We also render services even if your location is outside Metro Manila. Call us now at (02) 403-3262 / (02) 893-1373 / 0916-31-3909 or email us at email@example.com. You can also visit our showrooms located at 4th Level Waltermart, Makati City, 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 2nd Level Pacific Mall, Lucena City. You can also visit our website at www.dswindows.com.
Window Blinds Philippines – Wood Blinds have been the most popular after some time. People love the feel and the appearance of natural wood blinds for their home decor. Wood blinds are the choice of many clients who is searching for an elegant, warm and nature friendly window cover. From its effortless elegant look, light weight, durability and natural feel, the only reason why we tend to opt for its alternative solution was its high value. Nowadays, natural wood greatly increased in value and searching for an alternative to real wood blinds is discovered.
Fauxwood Blinds Installed at Antipolo City, Philippines
If you need the appearance of real wood in a cost-efficient way, Fauxwood Blinds are the best solution for this. Fauxwood blinds are made up of polyvinyl material, stained in different wood colors, makes it hard to distinguish with real wood blinds. When it comes to weight, fauxwood blinds are heavier compared to wood blinds due to its polyvinyl material, that’s why it is only recommended for standard size windows. On the other hand, PVC material can withstand to moisture areas which make fauxwood blinds easier to clean due to its heat and moisture resistant surface. Rest assured that it won’t warp, crack and fade its color easily even when exposed to moisture and heat.
Almond Color of Fauxwood Blinds
Both Fauxwood and Wood blinds are perfect decision to control light and maintain the privacy at home. If you’re in a budget but wishing to have a wood look blinds, you can have fauxwood blinds just like our client from Antipolo City who opted for almond color of fauxwood blinds to match with his existing room theme.
You can visit DS Windows & Walls’ showrooms at 3rd floor Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City, 4th floor Waltermart, Makati City and 2nd level Pacific Mall, Lucena City.
You can also call us at (02) 403-3262 / (02) 893-1373 / 0916-311-3909 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.