Long Island City, NY – January 16, 2019 – Mecho, the global leader in commercial window coverings, introduces the Mecho/5x, a revolutionary new design in manual shade lift technology that allows a user to lift larger and heavier window shades with no additional effort.
The Mecho/5x is the ideal manual lift mechanism for large and multi-banded shades up to 288” wide and 120” tall. The Mecho/5x not only makes lifting large shades easier, it preserves building aesthetics by ensuring multi-band shades are at a consistent height and multiple chain pulls are eliminated.
The Mecho/5x also features a re-engineered chain pull which adds a greater angle of pull for increased versatility when there are furnishings or other objects in front of a window.
Mecho/5x is the only complete hardware-and-shadecloth system with a twenty-five-year Limited Warranty including 100% replacement and no depreciation over the life of the warranty. When installed with EcoVeil®, EcoVeil Sheer, or AcoustiVeil shadecloth, the Mecho/5x is the only complete window-shading system with Cradle to Cradle Bronze™ certification.
Since 1969, Mecho has been a trusted partner to architects, designers and engineers to help bring their design visions to life. Mecho is consistently at the forefront of revolutionizing window shades and thrives in hard-to-solve design and technical challenges. Mecho embraces projects that call for non-rectangular, sloping, high, wide, difficult-to-access, and other non-standard windows.
For additional information or inquiries related to Springs Window Fashions, please contact:
Sarena Krueger | 608.836.5322 | email@example.com
ABOUT SPRINGS WINDOW FASHIONS
Springs Window Fashions, the Best Experience Company, supplies leading retailers and distributors with a complete line of blinds, shades, specialty treatments and window hardware. Bali®, Graber®, SWFcontract, Mecho™, Horizons®, Mariak™ and SunSetter™ are brands of Springs Window Fashions. Based in Middleton, WI, the company has facilities in nine locations in the United States and Mexico and employs approximately 8,000 associates. For more information, visit