Gotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul
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Kitchen and Dinette Window Treatments
Family Room New Pelmet
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Craftsman / Farmhouse,
Rustic / Southwestern,
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Gotcha Covered deserves more than 5 stars! Daniel Sogin brings years of experience and expertise to the window covering world. Once Daniel and I spoke, he was able to prepare ideas and samples for our initial in-person meeting. I was impressed, he was able to read my mind and point me in the right direction to get started. He looked through the house and recommended styles and colors based on my home's design. My project entailed 12 windows, some being quite large. Daniel was able to recommend colors and textures that would work with an open living room and kitchen so that the look would flow nicely design wise. He recommended wonderful darkening shades for the master bedroom and guest bedrooms. My former coverings were heavy, faux wood blinds with cords and wands. Daniel was able to recommend lines that offered both cordless and wand-less solutions. Such a clean look, I absolutely love! Overall, Daniel & his team are extremely knowledgeable, helpful, professional and timely. He also has a great eye for design and what works best for every room. I highly recommend!May 12, 2020Review from GoogleGotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul's reply
Thanks so much Kelly! To be honest, I feel as though I had all the fun. You were so open and willing to try new looks and new ideas that it was just fun working with you from beginning to end. I am really happy that you are enjoying your new shades. Those motorized transitional shades that you decided on for your kitchen truly look stunning. Thanks again for reaching out to Gotcha Covered for your window treatment project. Take care and stay healthy!
Daniel was great to work with. Always timely, communicative, positive, and honest about the possible difficulties.I love my mechanical shades. They add beauty, privacy, a hint of modernity and safety to our 1930s home. Truly, the shades automatically lower and rise at the times we set. Love it!Mar 18, 2020Review from GoogleGotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul's reply
Mary, I will always appreciate your willigness to trust me and to be adventurous with your window treatment project. You have incredible looking shades and I am really glad you decided to automate them. You will not be sorry. Every morning when you get to the kitchen, the shades will be up and every evening at dusk the shades will go down. They are incredibly convenient. Thanks again for contacting us at Gotcha Covered. We very much appreciate the business.
Daniel was so professional & friendly, patient too! From the beginning of our experience he was knowledgeable about the product we chose. We could not be more happy with our new blinds.Feb 27, 2020Review from GoogleGotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul's reply
Paul, it was great running into you again. I am really glad you love those top down bottom up shades. They are the perfect shade for your home. Now you can enjoy the night sky and still attain privacy at the street level. We thought that the installation went well but am doubly happy that you feel the same. Take care and stay healthy!!! Hopefully we will connect again soon!
Well I finally got my blind for a skylight after 20 years of having no blind on a skylight window. I got to experience the level of commitment and timeliness from Gotcha Covered. Daniel was reliable, cost effective. He helped make the process seamless. I quickly learned what product met my needs and I got to see Daniels problem solving and passion for providing excellent service. The inventory he has available is huge . You dont even have to leave your home.Feb 19, 2020Review from GoogleGotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul's reply
Lucy, I am really glad you are happy with your skylight. Now finally you will be able to create the dark bedroom that you want even in the middle of the day. That shade should last you a very long time. Thanks so much for reaching out to Gotcha Covered. We truly appreciate it.
Daniel went above and beyond our expectations. He came to our home and offered his expert advice in our kitchen, living room and bedrooms. (He has exquisite taste...) The installation process was flawless as well--he has an assistant who is extremely efficient, an added benefit indeed.I'm rather indecisive, so he had to endure my sudden change of mind, but he was so understanding throughout the entire process. Now we are enjoying our windows so much more. Will definitely recommend.Feb 11, 2020Review from GoogleGotcha Covered of Historic St. Paul's reply
Thanks so much for the wonderful review Maggie. I am still amazed that we only met when you reached out to my ad on Nextdoor and yet our children have known one another for years. It is indeed a very small world and goes to show how children grow up and find their own social networks. In any event, I am thrilled that you love those Graber pleated shades. They look awesome in your kitchen. Between the two of us working together, those shades pull out the colors of your natural wood and walls. I'm hoping that we will stay connected. All the best to you and your family.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?As a full service firm we offer competitive pricing on our products. Our pricing reflects the quality service that we provide from beginning to end. We represent only those manufacturers who stand behind their products and whose products last for a long time. Many times we are able to pass along manufacturer discounted pricing to our customers.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?In summary our process is simple: 1) Consult in person or by video conferencing to understand your objectives and problems you are trying to address. 2) Design your solution. Offer alternatives that are aesthetically pleasing and are within your budget. 3) Precisely measure your windows and then order your product. 4) Install your selection and train you on your new window treatments.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a member of Window Coverings Association of America (WCAA) and Window Fashion Vision (WF Vision). I invest many hours a year taking courses from the leading manufacturers in the industry. I am a certified by WF Vision as a window treatment consultant.