North County Blind Company can do ‘just about anything’ related to window coverings

By Kristina Houck

As victims of the recent wildfires in San Diego County move forward and begin to rebuild, a local company has offered to help homeowners save on design costs. Based in Encinitas, North County Blind Company is giving a 10 percent discount on its products to those who have lost their homes.

“When people are having a hard time, it’s about community,” said owner Rebecca Greene, who noted North County Blind Company offered a similar discount to victims of the 2007 wildfires. “I’ve always taken care of my customers, and they’ve always taken care of me, too.”

North County Blind Company has served the community since 1985. As a Hunter Douglas Gallery Showroom, the company offers a full line of Hunter Douglas window coverings, and can also create custom draperies, shades, valances and cornices in a variety of fabrics.

From design and measurements, to installation and troubleshooting, the staff at North County Blind Company can do “just about anything,” Greene said.

“We believe that you have to take care of the customer,” she said. “We don’t want them just to like what they’re getting. They have to love it.”

With a background in both finance and restaurants, Greene joined the window treatment business in 1991 when her late husband became ill and needed assistance with the company. Since then, Greene has steadily grown the business, with competitive prices and dedicated customer service.

“I love what we do,” said Greene, who even met her best friend on the job. “I like connecting with people and making relationships, and, above all, having fun. It should be fun doing your window coverings. It’s a creative experience.”

North County Blind Company is located at 264 North El Camino Real, Suite G, Encinitas, 92024. The showroom is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

“Come to us and we’ll take good care of you,” Greene said. “We treat everybody like they’re our family.”

For more information, call 760-944-9056 or visit

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