As the days get longer and warmer, summer is really starting to heat up on Vancouver Island. As we all stay close to home this year, you may find your indoor spaces getting a little too warm and bright. Budget Blinds on Vancouver Island is ready to help! With Covid-19 safety protocols in place, they are open to help you find cool comfort in the form of new window coverings.
It’s getting colder! Have you considered that the window coverings you choose can significantly affect the energy efficiency of your home? Having the proper window shades, blinds or curtains can save you money on your home heating bills this winter. Budget Blinds of the North Island has all of the choices you need for your home. As much as 50 per cent of a home’s heating energy can be lost through its windows, but there are ways to save. Instead of cranking up your heat (and your bills), Budget Blinds provides a versatile selection of blinds, shades, shutters, and window…
Budget Blinds of the North Island continues to impress their clients by providing quality products at great prices, along with excellent customer service. Online customer reviews rave about their friendly, expert staff, prompt service and quality products at low prices. Take a look at some of these five-star Google reviews: “Thank you for the efficient, prompt and professional service. It’s our second order and both times all was as promised.”
Spring is a great time to freshen up your home’s window coverings, and this month, buy more and save more with Budget Blinds of Central and Northern Vancouver Island. Enjoy 30-40% off selected styles this May – the more you buy, the more you’ll save. Budget Blinds designers can provide a free in-home consultation to guide you through the latest choices and ensure you receive window treatments that suit your decor, lifestyle and your family’s needs.
Budget Blinds of North and Central Vancouver Island was recently recognized as the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year. This local Vancouver Island business and their Comox Valley-based owners were honoured for their commitment to the community.