While having windows that let in a lot of natural light can often be a great benefit, there are other times when it can be a hindrance. For instance, do you ever find yourself wishing that your bedroom would stay darker on the weekends so you can sleep in? Or perhaps an annoying glare on your T.V. is ruining a movie? If for whatever reason you would like to keep the sun from shining through your windows, blackout window shades are a great choice. And, if you live in the Midwest, the company to call for blackout window shades is Hirshfield’s. We’ve been in business since 1894, and in that time have earned a stellar reputation as a company that goes above and beyond to ensure the complete satisfaction of our customers.
Hirshfield’s has partnered with some of the leading names in the window treatment industry to offer blackout window shades that not only offer light control but also come with a number of other benefits, including:
To learn more about the blackout window shades that we have available to homeowners throughout the Midwest, contact Hirshfield’s today.
Duette Honeycomb Shades with the LightLock system are the only shades of their kind to deliver on the promise of unparalleled darkness via U-shaped side channels that fit seamlessly into the window to block nearly any light from entering the room.
Privacy or Blackout lining is available on any Horizons Natural Woven Shade. The face of the lining is color-coordinated to the shade color. The back (exterior) side is white. Fabric Roman Shades premium light filtering lining is standard on all shades, but there are also blackout lining and inter-lining options.
Blackout options are available on all of Alta’s Honeycomb Shades and Roller Shades, in an array of colors and operating features. Alta offers a solution for blackout shades with all of their Woven Wood Shades called Tandum Shades. This feature gives the design aesthetic of Woven Wooden Shades in the front, with a practical blackout liner behind it.