St. Petersburg shutters are one of the most common type of window coverings that are installed when new homes are built. The home you own probably still has the original window shutters and blinds that were installed when your home was constructed.
Window blinds are exceptionally durable window coverings, but there are some reasons why you may want to upgrade your home’s window blinds.
One reason that you might be considering upgrading your window blinds is because you are renovating or remodeling your home and you want to change the look and the décor of each room.
Renovation projects often include much more than just changing the paint color on the walls and replacing or changing the type of flooring in each room.
Bathrooms are usually among the first renovation projects that homeowners have to do after they have lived in a home for a few years. This is because toilets, tubs, and sinks need to be replaced or because plumbing starts to leak. In any case, when you renovate a bathroom, you have a chance to redesign the rest of the it as well.
For instance, if you are renovating your bedrooms, then you will also likely be changing the style of furniture in the room as well. You may be replacing old ceiling fans and lighting as well to integrate it into smart technology that you now have in your home.
Maybe you are remodeling your kitchen and you have changed out your cabinets, your countertops, and your appliances to create a totally different look.
However, too often, in these big home remodeling and renovation projects, homeowners forget about upgrading their window blinds. That is because window treatments are the most overlooked design item in most homes, so they seldom get included in the cost and scope of the project.
So, what are some of the reasons why you might upgrade your home’s window blinds?
One reason to change to a different kind of window covering, like cellular shades or window shutters or cellular shades, because you want to make your window coverings more energy efficient.
Since windows are responsible for much of a home’s heat loss, window blinds that were installed when the home was built don’t provide much extra insulation to help compensate for that heat loss.
If you are not yet ready to replace your windows with new, more energy efficient windows, then having window shutters or cellular blinds installed can offer you much better insulation at a fraction of the cost of replacing windows.
Another reason why you may want to upgrade your window shutters is to update the look, feel, functionality of your home. Older homes often have corded window shutters that are several decades old.
If you have children, then you will want cordless window blinds in a style that looks modern. Additionally, with the addition of smart technology, you can automate the operation of new window blinds throughout your home, so that they open and close on whatever schedule you choose.
Another reason why you would want to upgrade window shutters is because they do not work properly anymore. Your existing window shutters have seen a lot of action and they probably have slats that are bent and broken.
Upgrading your window shutters will enable you to get fully functional window shutters, in a color and material that accentuates the rest of the room they are installed in. Because new window shutters are made out of materials that are more resistant to wear and tear, you will get window shutters that will last a long time.
If you’d like to learn more about upgrading your shutters in St. Petersburg, you can speak with our experienced staff at McNeill Palm.