Your home’s safety, comfort, curb appeal, and resale value matter a lot That’s why you need to trust your replacement windows, blinds, and other improvements to the pros at LWP Home Products. Our window treatment store has been improving the beauty and livability of Queens, NY homes since 1953! We keep pricing competitive but ALWAYS put quality first. We are family-owned and operated and are also licensed New York City contractors, H.I.C. 674635. So when you need roller shades, a new shower enclosure, or a secure front door, LWP’s always the boroughs’ and western Long Island’s go-to source for Hunter Douglas and other excellent products plus top-notch service!
Our selection of radiator covers not only enhance your room’s look. They are a very valuable safety feature particularly if you have young children or pets in your household. And they step up your radiator’s efficiency heating your room, making you feel better when it’s cold out AND lowering your monthly energy bill! Radiator covers drive the heat into the center of your room rather than wasting it in the corner. Choose from among 75 sizes with either square or round corners. Our stock radiator cover colors are white and light brown. Each cover is made of heavy-gauge furniture steel that’s welded. It has a hinge top and a powdercoated finish sure to last! Why waste time and resources trying to paint an old radiator? Just cover it up and enjoy the immense benefits!
As an authorized Hunter Douglas dealer we know blinds in and out. Trust the delicate repairs of your window treatments from ANY brand to the skilled hands of LWP. With our many years of accumulated experience and in-house workshop for dedicated attention and good turnaround time, don’t trust your blind repairs to anyone else. And if your window blinds are looking dingy from repeated exposure to dust and cooking grease, trust them to our state-of-the-art ultrasonic cleaning process to strip away icky film while keeping your blinds safe and even looking like new again!
Queens is the easternmost and largest in area of the five boroughs of New York City, geographically adjacent to the borough of Brooklyn at the western end of Long Island.