Hunter Douglas brand products are designed and custom-assembled in the United States to assure that American consumers have the superb quality, outstanding service and enduring style they expect and deserve for their homes. An exclusive Hunter Douglas network of fabrication companies with facilities around the country work in the communities they serve. They understand the local and regional needs and offer top-quality products and unparalleled support to their retail customers.
“Our over 5,000 United States employees are very proud to be providing our customers with
the finest quality and most innovative products available anywhere while supporting the local communities where they work and live,” said Hunter Douglas President and CEO Marv Hopkins.
Underscoring the excellence of American design and craftsmanship, an exclusive
Hunter Douglas Lifetime Guarantee instills confidence and trust that all the company’s products are of the highest quality and workmanship. A dedicated Colorado-based Customer Information Center with satellite customer service offices across the U.S. is in place to assist the company’s consumer and retailcustomers and help ensure their satisfaction.
Hunter Douglas also exports its innovative window covering products from its U.S. manufacturing and fabrication operations to consumer markets in 38 countries on six continents, with demand rapidly growing and expanding.
While demand for these products grows abroad, their effect on the American marketplace has
been transformative. Over the past quarter century, the company has developed award-winning product innovations that have consistently delivered top performance and quality as well as on-trend style to American consumers, elevating the entire category in the process.
These innovations include Duette® and Duette® Architella® honeycomb shades, Silhouette®
window shadings, Vignette® Modern Roman Shades, Luminette® Privacy Sheers, Pirouette® window shadings and new Design Studio™ Roman Shades.
HUNTER DOUGLAS PRODUCTS: THE BEST AMERICA HAS TO OFFER
Hunter Douglas products are not just beautiful and highly functional, they are designed to help
provide consumers with solutions to important priorities such as energy savings and child safety at the window.
For example, Duette Architella honeycomb shades, with a unique, patented honeycomb-within a-honeycomb design, provide superior energy efficiency, and are the first and only window shades without add-on insulation systems to qualify for the U.S. Federal Tax Credit on energy-efficient products through 2011. Vignette Modern Roman Shades were also the industry’s first Roman shade with no exposed rear cords and were specifically designed to be that way.
There’s no question about it, Hunter Douglas American design and craftsmanship is unrivalled
here and abroad.
Hunter Douglas, Inc., headquartered in Upper Saddle River, N.J, is the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window fashions in North America and a national sponsor of Habitat for Humanity, covering windows in every Habitat home built in the U.S. and Canada.
For more information, call 1-800-274-2985 or visit: http://www.hunterdouglas.com/.
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