It's the most wonderful time of year: Christmas! I love decorating the tree, making gingerbread and wrapping presents just as much as anyone, but I always like to go the extra mile. I don't stop at just decking the halls for the holidays, even my windows, curtains and blinds make a festive statement. Read on to find out how yours can, too!
Even though I have some of the most affordable blinds in the business, I know that the expense of getting new window treatments can add up. It's not always easy to pay upfront, that's why we've brought in Zip Pay, a reusable account that lets you buy now and pay later!
Normally, I'm not really the kind of guy who likes to get his hands dirty. But it when it comes to blinds, I'm more than happy to roll up my sleeves and do it myself, because if you know what you're doing, installing blinds yourself is a great way to save money. Luckily for all you readers out there, I'm an expert in all things DIY!
Once upon a time, everyone thought that personal computers were a luxurious item. Now, it's more unusual not to own a personal computer than to own one, and it seems like motorised blinds are heading in the same direction!
These days, you can buy pretty much anything you want online. Why bother changing out of your pyjamas when you can sit comfortably in your home with your feet up and a glass of red by your side!? Here at Half Price Blinds, we've got a massive range of window treatments available for you to browse and plenty of videos to give you a helping hand along the way. Here's your complete guide to buying blinds online.
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