Denver CO Custom Drapes and Window Treatments Consultations Launched

A new consultation service has been launched by Cherry Creek Shade & Drapery. The team can help Denver residents to transform their home by finding the right treatments to suit their needs.

Denver, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Cherry Creek Shade & Drapery has launched a new personalized home design consultation service for local Denver customers. They have been independently owned and operated for over 50 years, and pride themselves on high quality service.

For more information please visit the website here:

Cherry Creek Shade & Drapery provide their new consultation services to help more customers transform their homes. Choosing the right window treatment is important, for personal enjoyment an to add value to the home.

In addition to this, window treatments have functional benefits that can help to improve daily life for the customer.

Customers can get in touch for a full line of Hunter Douglas products, custom bedding, upholstery, Roman shades, shutters, wooden blinds, drapery and more. The team also provides full installation and repair for local homeowners in need.

One of the many benefits of Hunter Douglas shades is that they help customers to lower energy bills. They increase comfort, while providing more energy efficiency.

Cherry Creek Shade & Drapery has been a family owned and operated business since 1968. Their focus is on providing the best service for customers at very competitive prices with the highest quality products.

Choosing the right window treatments is important in any home. The right blinds, shutters and drapes can help to improve privacy and light control.

In addition to this, they can provide better UV protection, which in turn protects the upholstery inside the home.

Cherry Creek Shade & Drapery states: “For our soft good products such as roman shades, draperies, bedding and upholstery, we carry Robert Allen, Duralee, Fabricut, Trend, Kasmir, Norbar, Michael’s Textiles and many more. Our drapery hardware consists of, but not limited to, Finial Company, Paris Texas, Fabricut, Duralee, Iron Art, and Helser Brothers.”

They add: “We are proud of the professional products and services we provide and take our long-term commitment to the community seriously. We are here now and we’ll be here in the future, when you need us again.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Doug
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Organization: Cherry Creek Shade and Drapery
Address: 2438 East 6th Avenue, Denver, CO 80206, United States
Phone: +1-303-355-4223

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946017

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