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San Jose Window Shade

334 Royal Ave
San Jose, CA 95126 408-295-1235

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My first choice for window treatments, with old-fashioned good service and... - Apr 29, 2022

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Smith + Noble

1181 California Ave
Corona, CA 92881 877-825-5555

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Windows & Beyond

633 W Dana St
Mountain View, CA 94041 650-938-8822

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They replaced 2 vertical blinds for sliding doors. The staff are very knowledgeable... - May 13, 2022

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3 Day Blinds

San Jose, CA 95118 408-445-6630

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3 day blinds has quality products. Very inspirational and unique brand. Very... - Nov 06, 2022

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American Blinds & Draperies

1168 San Luis Obispo St
Hayward, CA 94544 510-487-3500

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This companies phone has been disconnected with no forwarding - Oct 26, 2019

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Armstrong Carpet & Linoleum

369 West Portal Ave
San Francisco, CA 94127 415-751-2827

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Over the years we have purchased several Hunter Douglass blinds from Armstrong... - Apr 26, 2022

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Art Craft Carpet & Linoleum

858 San Antonio Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94303 650-494-7011

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Bay Area Vinyl Shutters

1494 Gladding Ct
Milpitas, CA 95035 800-897-1444

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They stand behind their product, visited their plant in Milpitas, excellent... - Dec 19, 2013

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Bay Home & Window

40 California Ave Ste H
Pleasanton, CA 94566 925-846-3400

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We did a sizable project with them (via Costco), and the result is very satisfying... - Jul 18, 2018

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Blinds & Designs

1845 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109 415-921-4212

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Blinds came in damaged & they automatically reordered & rescheduled... - Aug 21, 2020

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Budget Blinds

14258 Doolittle Dr
San Leandro, CA 94577 510-357-2400

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amazing service and very personable - Nov 03, 2022

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Calico Corners

1410 Saratoga Ave
San Jose, CA 95129 408-364-1410

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We ordered replacements for three Hunter-Douglas Luminette shades for a bay... - Apr 16, 2022

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Carpet One Floor & Home

910 Enterprise Way #A
Napa, CA 94558 707-287-9422

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Lots of great advice. Great service with knowledgeable staff. - Nov 21, 2022

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Chase's Carpet and Blinds

4740 E 2nd St #25
Benicia, CA 94510 707-745-0624

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Our Hunter Douglas blind needed to be restrung and it was too complicated for... - Apr 26, 2022

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Costco

1000 N Rengstorff Ave
Mountain View, CA 94043 650-988-1841

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Knowledgeable blinds consultant came to home for measuring and advice. Hunter... - Apr 16, 2022

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Ego Frames and Blinds

1111 W El Camino Real #133
Sunnyvale, CA 94086 408-739-6695

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This business has relocated to 856 W El Camino Real, Ste B, Mountain View - Aug 25, 2021

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First Choice Abbey Carpet

101 Town And Country Dr #G
Danville, CA 94526 925-838-5580

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Gillespie's Abbey Carpet

360 Chadbourne Rd
Fairfield, CA 94534 707-427-3773

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Home Depot

2500 Las Positas Rd
Livermore, CA 94551 925-243-1212

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