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The Blind Spot: Open A Window To Style, Quality, And Superb Service

By Rochelle Maruch Miller

Beautify your homes and interior spaces with items from The Blind Spot, the source of choice for discerning shoppers for custom window treatments. The family-run business that was founded over 27 years ago also offers custom vertical and mini blinds, skylight shades, bedspreads, and draperies.

Known for their signature service and standards of excellence, The Blind Spot affords shoppers the highest quality blinds, window treatments, and draperies available. They even help customers keep their window treatments in excellent condition with rescreening and onsite repairs.

In business since 1985, The Blind Spot is proud of the professional longevity of its staff, many of whom have been an integral part of the company since its early days.

“The Blind Spot was started to provide customers with quality products and highly personalized service,” says Robert Herman, who has spearheaded the company as its manager for well over two decades. “To better serve our customers, we have two locations, including an on-site workroom, and we provide complimentary at-home shopping service. Our primary focus is to ensure our customers’ total satisfaction with the overall experience of working with us. On a personal level, there is nothing more rewarding for me than to see how thrilled our clients are with the finished product. It is very gratifying when customers thank us and tell us that the quality and beauty of our work, service, and installation have surpassed all of their expectations.”

As authorized dealers for Hunter Douglas, Graber, and Comfortex, The Blind Spot features a wide variety of blinds to refresh and accentuate your home beautifully. Quality horizontal and vertical blinds are available in wood, aluminum, vinyl, or fabric to give a truly custom look. Select from a plethora of color choices based on your sense of style and décor.

Update the image of your rooms with custom window treatments exquisitely created in The Blind Spot’s onsite workroom. Following your visit to their showroom and selection of your style, color, and fabric choices, they will masterfully fabricate your products with meticulous attention to every detail. In addition to orchestrating your window treatment dreams to fruition, The Blind Spot can repair custom draperies and curtain creations in their in-store drapery room.

The company’s customized window treatments include pirouette shades, gliding window panels, and modern roman shades.

Ever attuned to the needs of their customers, The Blind Spot’s convenient shop-at-home service is the panacea for today’s frenetic lifestyle, saving clients time and money. They know you have nary a moment to spare so they will come to your home to help determine what type of window treatments you need and provide measurements. In the tradition of the old masters, every member of The Blind Spot’s staff is a consummate professional who is committed to the company’s standards of excellence. Peerless in matching the color and design of an existing room or helping you plan the treatment for a new space, The Blind Spot has earned a sterling reputation and an ever-expanding client base throughout the Five Towns, Long Island, and the entire metropolitan New York area, working with homeowners, decorators, and designers.

The Blind Spot’s professional installation service features the company’s highly skilled technicians, who work for them exclusively, and like most of the staff have been part of the team almost since its inception. These technicians are committed to bringing style and safety into your home.

The Blind Spot is located at 3303 Merrick Road in Wantagh and at 59 Merrick Road in Copiague. For further information or free shop-at-home service, please call the Wantagh store at 516-783-7001 or the Copiague store at 631-789-3389. Open your window to style, quality, beauty—and the best service you will find anywhere! v

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Posted by on July 15, 2013. Filed under In This Week's Edition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.