Bronx, New York; 25, December 2014: Unless the customer has inside knowledge of their real window treatments options they are bound to miss out on the various window treatments available can add much aesthetic appeal to a home with very little investment. Finding the best look for a home can be a trying time with lots of frustration and disappointment. 

“Too often we [Aggressive Glass] will have customers coming in with absolutely no knowledge of what they want. Ultimately, the decision comes down to one of three choices: privacy, light or a combination of the two,” said Scott Tabankin, owner of Aggressive Glass. 

Window treatment options outside of these three choices vary, but the amount of space available in a room is also a main element to consider when finding the perfect treatment. Those who have lots of space will certainly benefit from natural light. 

“Semi-sheer is ideal for natural lighting and allowing the sun to come through while still providing a degree of privacy to the homeowner. This, coupled with a touch of the perfect color shade changes the overall feel and look of a room,” said Tabankin. 

Those who prefer their privacy or are looking to spruce up a bathroom will find cellular shades to be the answer. More often considered as top-down/bottom-up shades, these still allow natural light into the room while giving the privacy a homeowner desires. 

“Draperies are an excellent choice for the bedroom. The varieties available mean customers can choose a heavier fabric for the best possible night’s sleep or a lighter fabric that will allow lots of ambient light,” said Tabankin. 

A final choice that many make are Roman Valances. One of the most utilitarian of all window treatments, can be used in many parts of a home. A simple tilt or turn of a handle means the light into a room can be quickly and easily changed to meet the specific needs of the individual. 

Our showroom is open, and our staff is always ready to assist customers with finding the perfect solution. Visit for more details, driving directions and more. 

For Media Contact:
Scott Tabankin
Aggressive Glass