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Blinds Chalet has more than 25 years of experience selling and installing window blinds & window shades. Our California window blinds manufacturers construct them using premium materials and resources which are tested for quality and durability. To order, contact us today! Click on the links to the right for more information about the type of blinds we offer.
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About Huntington Beach, CA
Surf City USA, Huntington Beach, California is located on the Pacific coast in Orange County. Known for it's 8.5 miles of beaches that offer excellent surfing and a mild climate, Huntington Beach has been authored in many famous surf songs.
Huntington Beach has also been named the "Best City to Line in Orange County" by the Orange County Register. Other awards and accolades include the 2010 National Recognition as a Bicycle Friendly Community, the 2009 Mayor's Trophy Rose Parade Float, Best Family Beach, Number One Family Surf Beach in the United States, and the list goes on and on.
Huntington Beach was inhabited by Gabrielinos or the Tongva people, a Native American tribe. Europeans first settled starting with the Spanish. Manuel Nieto received the Spanish land grant in 1784 for his military service. Originally a cattle trail, Beach Boulevard became the main thoroughfare of Huntington Beach. It was also know at one time as Shell Beach, the town of Smeltzer, and then Gospel Swamp because of the revivals held in the marshland. It was later changed to Pacific City then once again, named after Henry Huntington, a railroad magnate.
When an encyclopedia company gave away parcels of land with the purchase of a set of encyclopedias, the buyers got lucky when oil was discovered. Huntington Beach was mainly an agricultural economy in it's early days harvesting sugar beets and celery. Today tourism is a major source of income in the Huntington Beach economy.
Downtown Huntington Beach includes the International Surfing Museum, and active art center, as well as shopping and many restaurants.