The Blind Man Inc.

The Blind Man Inc. is a full service blind, plantation shutter, drapes, shades, and custom window treatment installation company family-owned and operated serving Charlotte NC and surrounding areas. W... Show more

The Blind Man Inc. is a full service blind, plantation shutter, drapes, shades, and custom window treatment installation company family-owned and operated serving Charlotte NC and surrounding areas. We have been in business for over 50 years, and look forward to serving both residential homeowners and business owners with their blind and shutter needs. Hide

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We would like to have a window at Steps to get more lighting in our one year old house. How much does it cost?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Mar 14, 2017
The best way to get a confirmed price is to look up window installation companies on your local BBB web site.  
What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 30, 2016
You can put a small tack on the top of the door and hang a piece of fishing line down from that to attach the wreath to. Make sure the tack does not stick up high enough to hit the top jamb of the doo ... read more

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