Choose Complimentary Colours
Choose Products That Will Suit The Space
There are many ways to get inspired with your home improvements projects. You can check out our inspiration boards on Pinterest to get you started.
Then make a time to visit the show homes of local housing estates such as Gregory Hills and Oran Park. By viewing the homes you will get great ideas of what is available. You can also come to our showroom and see the extensive range of products we have available.
It makes sense to get quotes on the work you would like done. Our aim is to make this easy for you. If you have house plans and an idea of what you would like, you can email the plans to us and we can provide a quote.
Or, simply contact us and we can come to you and quote at your convenience at your home. When we come to you, we can also give you ideas of complementary colour schemes and what products can suit the space.
Macarthur Home Improvements custom make blinds, awnings, shutters, security doors and screens. It’s not always easy knowing where to start but we are here to help. We have been in business since 1992 and collectively have over 100 years of experience in home improvements.
The room above, shown in the photo. It is a BIG, bright room. Look at the window, it’s not covered.
When you look at that room – what do you see?
A room you want to remain and feel as though it is big and bright? Consider light filtering roller blinds.
How about a room that is to be used as a media room? Consider block-out blinds.
What about the overall look of the room? Will it be a room that you want to look modern and contemporary? Try Plantation Shutters.
Have you thought about the outside? Is it a window that gets lashed by the sun and winds? Maybe you want an external solution so that you can cover it when needed, but not cover when there is no need to. Then you’ll need to consider Fabric Awnings or Roller Shutters.
One last thing. Do you want manual or motorised operation of your product?
Bet you thought it would be easy? So tell us. When you look at this room and the window dressing treatment it needs. What do you see?