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Homeowners discover many window treatment options other than shades and drapes with Attico Concepts showcase.

Miami, FL, United States of America – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Attico Concepts, to show their appreciation for customers, now offers ten percent off sitewide to anyone choosing to order blinds, drapes, and other window treatments. “Without outstanding customers, Attico Concepts would not be where it is today and we want to say thank you by offering this special sale to everyone visiting the site. Window treatments turn a house into a home, and homeowners should never cut corners in this area. With the current sale, consumers may purchase more than they originally planned and still save money,” Marco, company spokesperson, states.

According to Home Matters, window treatments help to sweeten the deal when selling a home as they may be exactly what the new home owner wants and needs. As Keith Loria, author of the article, “Looking to Sweeten the Deal? Leave Behind Window Treatments as an Added Perk” points out, the window shades and drapes likely won’t work in the new home thanks to different window sizes so it’s best to leave them behind. “Home buyers love free things and window treatments are one thing they are sure to appreciate until they find the time to purchase their own. Many factors need to be considered when purchasing window treatments with the sale of the home in mind,” Marco points out.

Window shades keep a residence cool by shading direct sunlight, yet still allow natural light to enter, providing the home with a soothing, clean feeling all are sure to love. Drapes, in contrast, add an elegant feel to an interior space, yet still moderate sunlight entering the room, affecting the overall mood of the area. “Drapes and shades are just two of the many options offered through Attico Concepts. Consumers love the many options offered and, thanks to the free in-home design consultation, consumers have the opportunity to consider many styles to determine which best works for their unique living space,” Marco continues.

For those large areas, vertical blinds continue to be the only option when it comes to window treatments or so many believe. Marco is quick to correct that assumption, explaining the concept of sliding panels. “These window treatments work with any size opening and provide a sleek, modern look while offering the desired functionality. Set up an appointment with Attico Concepts today to see the many window treatment options available as one or more are sure to be right for your home.”

About Attico Concepts:
Founded in 2011, Attico Concepts is the vision of four professionals with backgrounds in interior design and architecture. The company originally began as an interior design firm, yet now focuses strictly on window treatments design and manufacturing, specializing in roller shades, roman shades, custom draperies, and motorization. In home consultations, free estimates, and rapid installation are three things which set Attico Concepts apart from others in the industry, and the company strives to provide outstanding service at every level.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.atticoconcepts.com

Contact Info:
Name: Marco
Email: marco@atticoconcepts.com
Phone: (786) 220 8830
Organization: Attico Concepts

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