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Budget Blinds has style, service for every budget

Budget Blinds has style, service for every budget

May 19th, 2019 in Texarkana News

Kellianne Turner, owner of Budget Blinds Texarkana, poses for a portrait next to her van at the store in Texarkana, Texas. (Submitted photo)

The right window treatment can be an amazing design touch, beautifully filter light and provide energy-saving benefits.

But finding time to shop and making just the right choice can be a daunting task. Budget Blinds is your solution.

No need to go to a store, the Budget Blinds franchise serving the Texarkana and surrounding area comes to you with product samples and expert advice tailored to your unique project with a free in-home consultation. View and select from samples of their amazing selection of products in the setting of your own home.

Budget Blinds offers plantation shutters, roller shades, honeycomb shades, roman shades, wood and faux wood blinds, draperies, iron work and faux iron work, just to name a few. You'll recognize name brands such as Norman and Laf among the options as well as brands made by Hunter Douglas and private labeled versions of big name brands.

Budget Blinds of Texarkana is Lutron certified. Lutron products include automated shades and operating systems as well as other amazing Lutron products. Budget Blinds can help you select the right automated blind for your home and the console needed to interface with your digital home assistant.

And with Budget Blinds, every order is a custom order. But don't let the personal service and custom ordering process fool you, Budget Blinds has style and service for every budget.

And many of the company's product offerings come with a no-questions-asked guarantee.

The Budget Blinds franchise serving the Texarkana and surrounding area is locally owned and operated.

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