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Dramirez081

01:41PM | 08/24/11
Member Since: 08/24/11
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I just moved out of my apartment into my first house. Never had to deal with huge windows before. I asked a few friends of mine- but they're apartment riden chaps just like I used to be so they don't have the slightest clue. After some researched it looks like vertical blinds and panel track blinds tend to be the best choices for coverin huge windows. Any suggestions for which ones are besT? Pros and cons? Thansk! =)

JeffOx4d

01:58PM | 08/30/11
Member Since: 08/23/11
6 lifetime posts
Vertical blinds and panel track blinds both work well on large windows. Vertical blinds are generally less expensive but are not as durable as panel track blinds. Panel track blinds look better in my opinion and are more durable. That said, if your on a budget you might want to stick with vertical blinds.

dsmrogers

04:38PM | 10/26/11
Member Since: 10/22/11
25 lifetime posts
just go the the vertical blinds. just be careful with them, because they are more flimsy than others.
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