Posts Tagged 'blinds'

Child Safe Window Blinds

We’d like to take a moment to consider how you can maximize safety in your home without sacrificing style or quality. As anyone with small children or pets can attest, the little ones in our homes are constantly exploring the world around them. “Childproofing” is essential to ensure safety, as many household items, including window coverings, can present a possible hazard for children and pets. Aria On site, as a Priority dealer of Hunter Douglas blinds, has many solutions to offer our ...

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Where does your home lose the most energy?

Do you know where your home can lose the most energy?  The red color in this infrared picture shows the areas of greatest energy loss.

The rising cost of natural gas, electricity, and home heating fuel hit most all of us this time of year.  Heat is lost through the roof, gaps around doors, through the walls and floor and through your windows.  We’ve learned to add insulation, caulk, and keep the thermostat lower.

Windows, especially older ones, are highly emissive.  Emissivity is the ...

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Aria On-Site loves Jumps Restaurant!

Aria On-Site had the opportunity to provide new Hunter Douglas window blinds for Jumps Restaurant in Grosse Pointe Woods – 63 Kercheval Ave., Suite 105 “On the Hill” .

What a great place!  The people are wonderful and the food is fantastic.  Jumps opens at 8AM and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  They specialize in American Cuisine with an accent on the basics.  As their website states, ” Fresh, clean, simple gourmet food – that’s the Jumps creed.”  Owner and chef, Chad ...

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When was the last time you had a good experience with a salesperson?

I grew up in a small town back when “buying local” was all we did.  My dad was a local business owner who knew and did business with all the other local business owners.  When we needed furniture we went downtown to see Mr. Roberts at Roberts’ Furniture store, who, by the way, also owned and operated the funeral home.   When we needed clothing, we went to Manning’s General Store.  Kirk’s Drug Store provided the pharmacy for medications.  Box’s Jewelry ...

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Runny Nose? Watery Eyes?

Did you know that a large percentage of allergies are directly related to indoor dust – the same dust that settles on your window blinds?  It’s especially important to vacuum and dust your home regularly if you or anyone in your home experiences allergy symptoms.  Hidden in dust is the pesky dust mite.  According to Dust Mites.org, it’s been estimated that 70% of all allergy sufferers are allergic to dust.  Allergies to dust mites can cause rhinitis, conjunctivitis, uticaria, and ...

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