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About Us

Budget Blinds of New Orleans is a local custom window coverings business that offers convenient shop-at-home service for window coverings such as blinds, shutters, shades, drapery, window film and sound blocking clear window inserts. Budget Blinds of New Orleans was founded in 2007 to help our city rebuild and provide sustainable, living wage jobs for our residents. Since 2007 we've installed over 40,000 window coverings. We're proud to have helped thousands of homeowners and hundreds of businesses and schools find the best window coverings for their style and budget. We carry dozens of major manufacturers and offer products from the simple and inexpensive to the elaborate and very expensive. Call today for a free consultation with a knowledgeable, experienced consultant.

Services Provided

Blind Installation, Custom Blinds & Shades, Motorized Blinds, Plantation Shutters

Areas Served

Arabi, Belle Chasse, Bridge City, Gretna, Harvey, Marrero, New Orleans, Terrytown, Westwego, Woodmere

Awards

2007 Rookie of the Year; Most Influential Franchise 2011; Signature Series Gold Award 2011 & 2012; Signature Series Silver Award 2014; Graduate of Goldman Saks 10,000 Small Business Program 2013

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Contact Budget Blinds of New Orleans
Budget Blinds of New Orleans
525 Jefferson Highway, Ste. 803
New Orleans, LA 70121
Typical Job Cost $150 - 15,000
When planning your budget for new window treatments, a typical guideline is 1%-3% of the value of your home. To determine the cost per window, divide this amount by the number of windows in your home. Please keep in mind, this is a general guideline, and the exact amounts will vary depending on the type of window treatments you select. For example, motorized shades or high-end custom draperies will be more expensive than 2" Faux Wood Blinds
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