Save on Graber® Blinds Through March 31, 2023
What do we love more than Graber® blinds? Getting a fantastic deal on Graber® blinds, of course. For a limited time, you can take $50 off any Graber® cordless blind or $200 off a $1,000 Graber® blind order. The team at The Blind Guy would love to show you why Graber® blinds are an excellent investment in your home.
Why Choose Graber® Blinds?
Graber® is always on the leading edge of window treatments technology. Thanks to the brand’s trend advisors, inventive designs, and fresh new fabrics, Graber® window treatments are always in style. Improving the current products is always a priority for the forward-thinking designers at Graber®. Every set of blinds is custom-made; no challenge is too big, and no detail is too small.
We care about the world we live in, and sustainability is the name of the game at Graber®. Responsible forestry practices ensure the rapid replenishment of the North American hardwood used to create wood blinds. All waste, including paper, metal, and fabric, is recycled to keep more material from entering our nation’s landfills. Your blinds will arrive in minimal packaging that uses a minimum of 44% post-consumer material.
Windows significantly contribute to heating and costs, and blinds can decrease your home’s energy usage by as much as 40%. We love that Graber® blinds can add luxury and style to our windows while also being an eco-friendly decision.
Choosing the Best Blinds for Your Home
A variety of materials to choose from makes it effortless to add the ideal Graber® blinds to your home.
Wood blinds act classic charm and warmth to any room. Clean hardwood blinds using a soft, dry cloth and occasionally moisturize with wood oil.
Faux Wood & Composite
Faux wood blinds are made with PVC, making them flame and moisture-resistant. Finish options include solid colors and stain-like coatings that closely resemble the look of authentic hardwood. The lighter weight and wider lading spacing of composite blinds allow for more versatility in mounting. Composite blinds are available in an extensive color palette that coordinates with the composite shutter line for an easy solution for every window in your home.
With exceptional durability and performance, vinyl blinds are an excellent selection for high-traffic areas or homes with kids and pets. Customize your vinyl blinds with various available colors, textures, and patterns.
You can count on aluminum blinds for a sleek, modern appearance and to repel dirt, fingerprints, and scratches. The ½” wide micro slats look fabulous in contemporary interiors and on narrow windows.
Expansive windows and sliding glass doors are both great candidates for vertical blinds. Vertical blinds give the illusion of higher ceilings and are easy to operate. Your vertical blinds can feature slats made using various materials, including fabric with several opacity options, vinyl, and machine-washable sheer material. If you’ve gone with Elite Wood Blinds on other windows in the room, consider Elite Wood Vertical Blinds for a cohesive look.
Cordless blinds are safer and offer a cleaner appearance than corded lifting systems. You can also raise and lower blinds behind furniture easier when there is no cord to get stuck between the couch and the wall.
Cordless lift options are available on several Graber® blinds, including:
- Traditions Wood Blinds & Elite Wood Blinds
- Traditions® Composite Blinds
- Lake Forest® Faux Wood Blinds
- Graber Aluminum Blinds
Receive $50 off any Graber® cordless blinds, with a maximum savings of $250. If you are dressing several windows using Graber® blinds, we encourage you to take advantage of $200 off a $1,000 Graber® blinds order. These offers cannot be combined and they both expire on 3/31/23. See our ad in Rapid City-area Ticket Magazine by GPLocal for more information and coupon.
We are the area’s premier dealer of upscale window treatments, including exterior shades and awnings from Insolroll® and Sunesta®. Call us today at (605) 722-4489 to schedule your free in-home consultation. We proudly serve Spearfish, Rapid City, Belle Fourche, Hotsprings, Custer, Keystone, Buffalo, SD, and the northern and southern Black Hills.