Budget Blinds of Vancouver Island Offers Home Automation

Posted on Aug 28, 2020

As fall begins and families return to their busy schedules, it’s time to ensure your home is keeping up.

Make everyday life easier with whole-home automation from Budget Blinds of Vancouver Island  – set up your home to work with you so that everything you need can be controlled with the push of a button. Turn your lights on automatically as you come home on those dark fall evenings. Adjust your motorized blinds to automatically maximize daylight in your home. Or use automation tools to enhance your home security while you’re away, with automatic lights and blinds.

Budget Blinds of Vancouver Island are well regarded in their communities for friendly service, great prices and an extensive selection of window coverings to suit every style and budget. But they offer so much more!

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Two-Storey Crown Isle Home Offers Mountain and Ocean Views

Posted on Jul 16, 2020

The new Crown Isle community of THE RISE in Courtenay, BC continues to be a popular choice for families of all ages. This scenic location offers views of farmland and the mainland mountains. Well-planned walking trails throughout the neighbourhood provide spaces for peaceful walks and easy access to neighbourhood amenities.

THE RISE is perfectly situated, with all of your day-to-day needs close by. Shopping at Costco, Thrifty’s grocery store and the Crown Isle Shopping Centre are only minutes away. Also located close by are the Comox Valley Hospital, North Island College, the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre, elementary and secondary schools, and the Comox Valley airport (YQQ). The Crown Isle Clubhouse, a hub for golfing, socializing and dining, is just a few blocks away. This quiet neighbourhood is tucked away in the heart of East Courtenay, allowing for both easy access to amenities and an easy escape to peaceful outdoor spaces.

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Cool Down With Help From Budget Blinds on Vancouver Island

Posted on Jun 20, 2020

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.

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Virtual Consultations And More Safety Measures From Budget Blinds on Vancouver Island

Posted on Apr 23, 2020

Budget Blinds has re-opened to serve its customers on Vancouver Island, with a variety of safety measures now implemented to keep you and their staff safe.

Budget Blinds is locally owned and operated on Vancouver Island. Your support of local small businesses during this hard time makes a difference to their employees throughout Vancouver Island.

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Integra Homes Building Custom Homes In Crown Isle

Posted on Apr 17, 2020

Photo Credit: Kristy Pedersen

Integra Homes has been building new custom homes in the Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community for many years. This area of Courtenay, BC on Vancouver Island is very popular as homes are built around the Crown Isle Golf Course. 

But you don’t have to be a golfer to love living in this community. Families of all ages and retirees enjoy the beauty of the neighbourhood which offers stunning views of the Comox Glacier and the surrounding Beaufort Mountains year-round. This community is located close to shopping, schools, the Comox Valley Hospital, the Comox Airport and other amenities. This may be the perfect place to relocate to if you are thinking about moving to Vancouver Island.

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Relocate to Vancouver Island, Where Spring has Sprung

Posted on Mar 31, 2020

Spring has sprung on Vancouver Island. Flowers have been out for months already and the cherry and plum blossoms are now lighting up the streets with their pink glow.

One of the primary reasons people relocate to Vancouver Island is because of the temperate, year-round climate – an added benefit of this is the area’s long gardening season. Early signs of spring, like crocuses and daffodils, typically pop up in February with a rainbow of tulips close behind. These flowers start to appear in March and April along with the hellebores and camellias.

The streets look beautiful when the cherry and plum trees bloom, showing off their magnificent canopies in a variety of shades of pink.

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