Blinds Chalet Introduces Tavarua Sunscreen Bamboo Roller Shades
Sep 20 2010
Blinds Chalet introduces Tavarua Sunscreen Bamboo Roller Shades. Tavarua Bamboo Roller Shades are made from sustainable bamboo that is both biodegradable and earth-friendly. These roller shades are made from real bamboo woven into sunscreen patterns. The design blends the functionality of a solar screen roller shade with the style and elegance of a bamboo shade.
The Tavarua Sunscreen Bamboo Roller Shades are available in three different bamboo styles, each offering a different openness factor, as well as a wide variety of colors and stains. The various shades include the Akita with a 20% openness factor, Bamboo Palm with a tighter weave of 10% openness and Sendai, which offers the most privacy with only an 8% openness factor. Each window shade comes standard with a visible roll. For those who prefer a bamboo valance to hide the roll, an upgrade is available.
Bamboo, similar to a weed, can grow in almost any climate without requiring pesticides or insecticides. Bamboo is generally a rain-fed crop, meaning it requires no additional water to grow than what is already in the environment.
Blinds Chalet has previously carried the Tavarua line of Basic Bamboo Shades, Woven Wood Shades, and Bamboo Ring Drapery. Most recently they acquired Tavarua Bamboo Sliding Panels, which became instantly popular with consumers.
“The environmental qualities of a product are becoming increasingly important to our consumers,” says Chris Stanley of Blinds Chalet. “It’s been no surprise that our line of Tavarua Bamboo products has taken off. We will continue to provide our customers with products that are environmentally friendly, sustainable and biodegradable.”
Blinds Chalet has been a leader in the window treatment industry for over 25 years. They specialize in cellular shades, window blinds, drapery, drapery hardware, shutters and more.
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