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From Initial Consultation To Final Installation
Our Step-by-Step Process
Visit Our Studio or Schedule an In-Home Consultation
At SunCoast Blinds we offer two options to start your process for new window treatments. You can visit our showroom to view our showcased products in actual windows as well as get an idea of the options we provide. During this visit, you will be able to browse our color options, see material differences as well, and obtain an estimated budget for your project. If you think we are a good match for what you're looking for, we will schedule our measurement specialist to take final measurements of your window openings.
The second option is to schedule an in-home consultation with our expert. During this meeting, we will bring our samples and our expertise to select custom window treatment options best suited for your home and situation.
Wait for a Call to Install Your New Window Treatments
Once the measurements have been done you will be provided an official quote for your review. Our price always includes installation and the discussed design options. No hidden fees. Once we get a thumbs up from you, your lead time starts. Most of our products take about a month from this day to installation day.
As soon as we receive your products from the manufacturer you will receive a call from us to schedule your installation. We will coordinate the day and give an hour window for our arrival. If you want, we can even give you a call when we are on the way.
On installation day our installers will arrive in a SunCoast Blinds van with your new window treatments. They will remove any old window treatments and install the new products so they perfectly fit your windows.
After completed installation, our installers will demonstrate the use of your new window treatment to make sure you know how to operate them. They will make sure to answer any questions you might have.
The installers will then collect the outstanding balance of your invoice.