How much do pleated shades cost?

Window Shades Cost by Type

Type of Shades Cost per Shade (Materials Only)
Tie-Up $30 – $60
Cellular $35 – $270
Pleated $55 – $75
Solar $55 – $90

What are pleated window shades?

Trim and textured, pleated shades (also called pleated blinds) enliven your windows with a subtle stripe pattern while maintaining the sleek look of a shade. Where cellular shades are made from multiple layers of fabric, pleated shades are constructed of a single layer of fabric folded into crisp pleats.

What is the difference between cellular shades and pleated shades?

The big difference is that, while honeycomb cellular shades have 2 or more layers that form compartments which trap air, a pleated shade has just one layer of material. Pleated shades, also called pleated blinds, do not have slats. They are one continuous layer of fabric. Many pleated shade fabrics are very sheer.

Does Hunter Douglas make pleated shades?

Hunter Douglas Pleated Blinds are designed to be as functional as they are beautiful. Our Pleated Blinds additionally feature low-profile rails that makes them perfectly suitable for windows of every size and shape.

How wide do pleated shades come?

A variety of sizes are available, including larger sizes up to 144” wide and 120” in height (See individual products for specific size details.) Each perfect pleated shade we offer you is backed-up with a lifetime warranty and is custom made to order just the way you want it.

Are Motorised blinds worth it?

June 2, 2021. Are motorised blinds worth it? The short answer is, yes! Outdoor blinds are already an excellent addition to any home or business, but with the added advantage of motorisation, you will be able to reach new levels of comfort and simplicity.

What is the difference between cellular shades and honeycomb shades?

A cellular shade has a more complex construction. Also called “honeycomb shades,” cellular shades have geometric folds that resemble honeycombs. Cellular window shades are available with both a single layer of these honeycombs and a double layer, called “single cell” and “double cell,” respectively.

Are honeycomb shades the same as cellular shades?

Cellular shades are known as honeycomb shade due to the honeycomb design when looking at the shades from the side. The greatest benefit of cell shades is the insulation they provide. This insulation helps with sound as well as energy. Honeycomb shades are one of the best energy saving window coverings.

Are honeycomb blinds outdated?

Not exactly. Cellular shades are still a very popular option to choose due to the fact that they provide a variety of benefits. In addition, there are different options in terms of the material and fabrics that you can choose from depending on your personal preferences.