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Alpha Shutters & Blinds is the name to rely on for the best window treatments in Punta Gorda. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, we can help you find the perfect products for your home. We focus on shutters, blinds and shades.
This is why we are not a Punta Gorda window treatment company that provides staging, drapes or interior design services. Other companies add on shutter packages as part of their proposal. Do they really understand the form and function of blinds, shades and shutters? Sure, they know what is attractive, but your deserve better. Alpha Shutters & Blinds we go into the details, and have the knowledge to work with the most demanding installations.
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From your first contact, until the installation is complete and beyond, Alpha Shutters & Blinds will work with you to find a customized solution for you home.
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A key part of being the best shutter company in Punta Gorda is experience. Scott Moody has worked in the window treatment industry since 1997. With his extensive experience in planning, selling and installing custom plantation shutters, Scott has the experience and knowledge to handle even the most challenging shutter installations.
Alpha Shutters & Blinds offers over 14 shutters in various types of materials to provide unique styles and decor. We guarantee the products we supply and the service we provide to all of our clients. We would love the opportunity to personally show you why Alpha Shutters & Blinds is the premier shutter company in Punta Gorda.
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Punta Gorda is a city in Charlotte County, Florida. The name Punta Gorda has been on maps at least since 1851, referring to a point of land that juts into Charlotte Harbor. It was in the late 1800s that early settlers began to arrive in what is the present-day Punta Gorda area. Frederick and Jarvis Howard, Union Army veterans, homesteaded an area south of the Peace River near present-day Punta Gorda about a decade after the close of the Civil War. In 1876, James and Josephine Lockhart bought land and built a house on property which is now at the center of the city. Approximately two years later Lockhart sold his claim to James Madison Lanier, a hunter and trapper. Lanier with his wife lived there until 1883, when 30.8 acres (12.5 ha) were sold to Isaac Trabue, who purchased additional land along the harbor and directed the platting of a town (by Kelly B. Harvey) named “Trabue”. Harvey recorded the plat on February 24, 1885. At the time, Isaac was in Kentucky, and his cousin, John Trabue, was in charge of selling lots. Kelly, a native of the Peace River area, started referring to the new town as Punta Gorda. He later explained that the Spaniards called the area Punta Gorda, and local businesses included Punta Gorda within their companies’ names. Less than ten years after the first settlements in the area, railroads rolled into the town of Trabue in June 1886, and with them came the first land developers and Southwest Florida’s first batch of tourists. Punta Gorda became the southernmost stop on the Florida Southern Railroad, until an extension was built to Fort Myers in 1904. In 1887, Punta Gorda was officially incorporated, mayoral elections took place and a council was formed. The new city was renamed Punta Gorda. Punta Gorda in the 20th century still maintained steady growth. In 2004, a major hurricane, Hurricane Charley, moved through Punta Gorda, damaging many buildings, but also creating an opportunity for revitalization of both the historic downtown and the waterfront. During the first part of the twenty-first century, Punta Gorda has continued to grow and improve, adding a new Harborwalk, a linear park which winds through the city, many new restaurants, and neighborhoods.