Because faux wood is a poly manufactured product it does not involve harvesting and working with real wood, as such, they are lower in cost than wood blinds. Painted faux wood blinds are a great option for folks who enjoy the look of painted real wood, but don’t want to spend the extra money on painted real wood blinds. And, despite their lower cost, faux wood blinds still come as a high-quality option.
Faux wood blinds are more resistant to moisture than wood blinds are. Why? The synthetic materials in faux wood are capable of standing up to frequent exposure to moisture and even to being sprayed with water. This is why you can install faux wood blinds in bathrooms and even showers. Additionally, faux wood blinds are an especially great option in humid climates.
Easier to Maintain
Also, the moisture resistant nature of faux wood blinds mean that they are easier to maintain. Faux wood binds can withstand wet household cleaners and even being sprayed down with a hose. But, don't get to crazy with the cleaners - keep it gentle - they are not impervious to all nature of abuse.
Faux wood blinds, made from a poly material, greatly helps to reduce the number of trees being cut down. Also, faux wood blinds are fully recyclable and can melted down into there base element for use again.
We would love to help you with your wood or faux wood blind project. Also, for a rough idea of what your project might cost, check out our online wood and faux wood blind calculator.