Our Advanced Faux Wood Blinds are made from a high performance composite material that performs better than PVC or Wood - it is light weight, durable (ideal for areas with extreme temperatures, direct sunlight and high humidity), GreenGuard® safe , easy to clean and flame resistant. Advanced Faux Wood Blinds are specifically designed to withstand temperatures up to 148F. Advanced Faux Wood Blinds come standard with a Decorative Valance, a Trapezoid Bottom rail for superior slat closure and a factory direct Limited Lifetime Warranty. Optional Upgrades include the "no-holes" Routeless option, Decorative Cloth Tape and 2 or 3 Blinds on One Headrail.
Production Time: Approximately 7-9 Business Days Delivery: 3-5 Business Days After Shipment
High Performance, Co-Extrusion Composite Material:
Light Weight: Allows for wider ladder spacing and makes blinds easier to lift and operate.
Durable: Ideal for areas with high humidity, extreme temperatures and direct sunlight.
Colors and Styles: An expansive collection of whites and wood tone colors all available in classic 2" slat sizes.
Easy To Clean: Use a feather duster or wipe with a damp cloth.
Flame Resistancy: Aria Advanced Faux Wood Blinds are flame resistant and conform to the NFPA 701 flammability test.
Thermal Performance: Performance tested to withstand temperatures up to 148 degrees.
UV Stability: Performs 40% better than PVC or wood; will not discolor with prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
Wand-Tilt (standard) Wand-Tilt is standard on all of our Horizontal Blinds. Cord tilt is available at no charge. Standard controls are wand-tilt left and lift-cord right. Wand lengths up to 48" are color coordinated with slats while lengths greater than 48" are clear plastic.
Decorative Cloth Tape Cloth tapes are made from a polyester and cotton blends which resist fading and shrinking. The decorative tape is only applied to the ladder on the front of the blind. The solid tape color will be visible on the back of the blind.
Routeless Routeless Blinds are notched at the back of each slat taking the place of the standard rout holes. This allows for a sleeker look and tighter slat closure. The slats then rest on rungs of the ladder-braid.
2-on-1 Headrail In wider than average windows - weight is a huge concern because of the limitations on the lift mechanism. As a result, 2 blinds can be put on 1 headrail with a single "common" valance or with each having its own individual valance. Both blinds would operate independently with their own set of controls.
Sizes and Mounting Depth Requirements
2-on-1 Standard Blind
Minimum Inside Mounting Depth:
Minimum IM Flush Mounting Depth
Minimum Outside Mount Surface Area
Stack height refers to the thickness of the slat stack once the blind has been completely raised. These measurements include the head and bottom rails.
2" Faux Wood
Please remember that this is a do-it-yourself site and that the products on it are custom-built to your specifications and cannot be returned for any reason other than warranty repair/service. If you have any questions or concerns please email us before you order and we'll help you in any way we can.