We recommend that you visit our showroom first. If you haven’t purchased window treatments, flooring, or other home goods for a while, you will be surprised by the variety of products available!
Our large displays of blinds, shades, carpet, wood, stone, and vinyl, to name a few; let you see, touch, and experience products up close and personal. Your showroom visit will help you make the best decision about what to buy and our professional staff is always available to walk you through your options.
A designer is available to meet with you in your own home and help you finalize your product selections – ensuring that everything you order perfectly complements your home décor and meets your functional needs.
Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design is locally owned and operated since 1975. We not only know the neighborhood and understand local preferences and design styles but have vast knowledge of how different products perform in the area. You’ll have peace of mind buying from us because not only are we here today to help you make the right selections, but we’ll be here in the future when you’re ready for your next project or if you ever have any questions. Our staff is highly trained and experienced so we know the ins and outs of product design, performance, measuring and installation. No project is too complex including specialty shaped windows, such as arches and angle tops, radiant heated floors, new construction, and motorized window treatments and drapery. Overall, Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design is committed to providing you with a thoroughly satisfying shopping experience.
Yes! Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design recognizes the need for both competitive pricing and exceptional value. When you look at the combination of quality, service, expertise, and product selection we provide, you will see the competitiveness of our prices. You will have peace of mind that you’ve selected the most fitting products for your home, have chosen colors and styles that complement your décor, and that your products are measured and installed for optimal performance and beauty.
Window fashions, flooring, tile, ect. are more complex than you might think. Many questions arise when we come to your home regarding how you expect products to perform, how often you will make use of them, whether you have children or pets in the home, what furniture might be placed in front of a window, etc. Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design knows the right questions to ask to make sure your purchase functions for optimal performance and ease of use. With many products, exact (and knowledgeable) measuring and installation are critical, especially for inside mount window treatments and with hard, fitted products such as shutters and wood flooring. A measuring job done inaccurately can cost you a lot of money if window fashions don’t fit correctly or if you run out of material in the middle of a project. In addition, many homes have imperfections in window shapes or sub-floors that an expert installer can address up front to prevent problems later.
That depends on what products you order. All of our products are custom made to your exact specifications, and some take longer than others to produce and ship to us.Once you place your order, Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design will keep you in the loop every step of the way.
Yes! Our knowledgeable staff will walk you through the choices available and ask the right questions, to help you create a personalized and distinctive look that fits your lifestyle, functional needs, and budget. In addition, Tahoe Specialty Flooring & Window Design can help you select colors, textures and finishes that complement your interior décor. Our staff will walk you through the decision-making process, gathering information to suggest the perfect solution.
Typically, we require a 50 percent deposit on all custom-made products at the time you place your order. When the project is fully installed, the remaining 50 percent is due.
Yes. In fact for many windows we recommend that solution! Many home owners prefer to use a blind or shade to provide functional room darkening, glare control and increase energy efficiency (as well as beauty), then add draperies or a top treatment to make a personal fashion statement that complements their interior decor.