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Our Most affordable blinds. We work with you to achieve the best style for your house, whether it’s a contemporary or classic style. We provide quality blinds which allow the natural light in and provide privacy. Scroll down for details about the different blinds on offer.

Types of blinds we offer

Honeycomb Blinds

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Cellular shades, also know as honeycomb shades (or honeycomb blinds) look similar to pleated shades and are also made from similar materials. However, unlike a pleated shade, cellular shades are made of two different pieces of material.


The front and back sections the cellular shade are open in the middle, which creates a pocket that provides insulation. Cellular shades are available in a variety of different cell sizes designed to fit the needs of different windows. These shades are a great way to help your home stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Cellular shades also provide sound insulation, as well.

Panel Blinds

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Panel blinds are another popular choice for patio doors, as well as very large windows. Panel blinds feature sections that move along a track, which allows you to open and close them.

Pleated Blinds

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Pleated shades (sometimes referred to as pleated blinds) feature a piece of material that’s pleated so that the shade forms an accordion-like pattern that can be raised or lowered. These shades have a similar look to Venetian blinds, while also “softening” the look of the window. But, they cannot be adjusted from side to side, like blinds. Pleated shades are usually made from fabric or paper.

Roman Blinds

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Roman shades (also known as Roman blinds) are a very traditional window covering made from fabric or materials like jute or seagrass.

There are several different styles of Roman shades available, but they all share one thing in common: As a Roman shade is raised, it folds into itself, similar to how a Venetian blind operates. Since the fabric of a roman shade continues to fold into itself, it can create quite a large stack of fabric at the top of the window when they’re raised completely. So, while Roman shades offer a beautiful and timeless look, they do remove a portion of the viewable space of your window when raised.

Roman shades are available both lined or unlined to suit different needs. The linings often offer additional features, like blackout and thermal linings.

Roller Shades

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Another popular shade option is roller shades. Roller shades are usually made from synthetic or natural fabrics and can be rolled up or down to suit your needs.

Roller shades are available in several different styles that mount to the window in a variety of different ways. The most economical roller shades feature an external system that allows you to see all of the different mechanisms and mounting hardware of the shade (which can also help in the event of tangles!)

If you’re after something a little more premium, stylish roller shade options are also available featuring valances, cornices or fascia’s which hide all of the components of the shade and provide a more polished look. Like Roman shades, roller shades are available in a broad range of natural and synthetic fabrics. They often have additional features such as thermal or blackout linings (effectively creating a blackout shade), and can also come in the form of double roller blinds – which is essentially two blinds installed on the same bracket.

Smart Blinds

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They still may seem like something out of a science fiction novel, but smart blinds are becoming increasingly common thanks to smart home technology . Smart blinds and shades are available in many traditional styles, as well as new, high tech styles.

Smart blinds sync with a smartphone application and can be controlled in groups or individually. They can also be programmed to open and close at certain points during the day. Not only are smart blinds some of the most visually attractive on the market, but they can also help you save on energy costs.

If you’re interested in smart blinds but don’t want to shell out the cash to retrofit your home with them, there are also smart controllers available. These smart controllers allow you to outfit your existing blinds with the same type of smart technology that pricey smart blinds use.

Solar Shades

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Solar shades are very similar to roller shades. Their purpose to reduce the amount of sunlight, glare, UV rays and heat entering the room from outside while preserving the window’s view. If your main prerogative is to limit the effects of sunlight (and pretty much provide a pair of ‘sunglasses’ for your window) then a solar shade is the best option.

Tie-Up Shades

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Tie-up shades are sort of like a cross between a window blind and a curtain . Tie-Up shades are available in a broad range of materials. These shades are constructed from a piece of fabric that features ties that extend beyond the bottom of the shade.

You can raise the shade by rolling it up and then tieing the shade in place. This style of shade offers a casual or country look that blends seamlessly with many styles of decor.

Vertical Blinds

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Vertical blinds have individual slats that run along a track at the top of the blind. Depending on the style, vertical blinds either open from side to side, or by parting in the middle. These blinds are a popular choice for patio doors and floor to ceiling windows. But, they can still be used over smaller windows as well.

Venetian Blinds

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Venetian blinds are the most popular style of blinds. They feature horizontal slats that attach with string or strips of cloth known as tapes. As Venetian blinds are raised, the bottom slat is pressed into the slat above it.

Our Customers’ Thoughts

Ideco has been a godsend! My new home looks absolutely stunning with all the window furnishings. Most companies will try to get you to spend more, not Rudy. He shared his expert advice and his suggestions saved me thousands. Best service you could ask for, highly recommend.

– Stacy Poa

I have had such a great experience with Rudy and his business. He came out to quote on weekends and worked around my busy schedule. I had shutters and blinds fitted to my entire house which I am so happy with. I’ve given his details to all my friends who see my blinds. I didn’t want to give my business to the ‘big guys’ so went with a small business owner and and so happy I did. Thanks Rudy

– Simone Krepp

Rudy was on time, friendly and very professional throughout the quoting and installation of our new blinds and curtains. His pricing is extremely competitive and his work is flawless. Definitely recommend him to anyone wanting quality at a fraction of the cost.

– Chevy Morgan