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Bailey's Blind Repair

With the Valley’s largest selection of blind and shutter repair parts available to the Phoenix public, BAILEY’S BLIND REPAIR has always thought “bigger” than reigning as the Valley’s biggest blind repair superstore. “Big” is great. “Biggest” is better. Since 2007, we have been committed to leaving our customers 100%-satisfied. Our Mesa, North Phoenix and Glendale locations are dedicated to providing you the highest-quality parts, repairs and installations. From Flagstaff to Phoenix, and everywhere in between we perform convenient, on-site, while-you-wait work. Are standards fall in line with the Arizona home-improvement industry. We are the most versatile, convenient and highly qualified blind and shutter repair experts. We have premium parts, warranty-guaranteed maintenance repairs and installation and will even give our customers do it yourself (DIY) advice.

Neal Frasier

Glendale, AZ
Hunter Douglas Certified
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