SOURCE: Redi Shade, Inc.

Redi Shade, Inc.

February 03, 2010 11:36 ET

Redi Shade Launches New Custom Cellular Shade

Simple Fit Shade Features Easy Push-Button Installation

COTATI, CA--(Marketwire - February 3, 2010) - Redi Shade, the world's premier manufacturer of easy-to-install window coverings, announced today the launch of Simple Fit, their first custom shade. The Simple Fit cellular shade can be installed securely in seconds without the need for a drill, screws, or traditional brackets, making it a fast, easy and affordable alternative to traditional custom shades.

"At Redi Shade, we constantly interact with our customers to ensure we know how their tastes and needs evolve," says Richard Konopelski, vice president of sales and marketing for Redi Shade. "Based on our customers' insights, we pursued extensive research and development of a custom shade that was as easy to install as the rest of our products."

Redi Shade started in 1994 as a manufacturer of inexpensive temporary window shades. Today, Redi Shade manufactures a full spectrum of window coverings from temporary to permanent, trim-at-home to custom, pleated to cellular, and corded to cordless.

Simple Fit, Redi Shade's first entrée into the custom window shade market, is a revolutionary product. No drill, screws, or time-consuming brackets are needed: the shade installs securely in mere seconds with the push of a button. Once installed, it offers sophisticated cellular styling and effortless, cordless adjustment.

Redi Shade invites you to view the Redi Shade Challenge video that shows how easy Simple Fit is to install at Simple Fit can be ordered through their new online store or at select retailers in the near future.

About Redi Shade

Headquartered in Northern California since 1994, Redi Shade is the nation's leading manufacturer of easy-to-install window treatments. Redi Shade products are widely available at national retailers across the US, Mexico, Canada, and Europe as well as major online retailers. To learn more, visit or

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