- Founded in 1979 on full service principles, De’Cor Interiors, Inc. has grown into a premier California window covering contractor to the Building Construction Industry serving both General Contractors and property management companies.
- De’Cor Interiors, Inc. has over 40 years of experience in sales & project management, knowledgeable sales staff, and the finest trained installation professionals.
- De’Cor Interiors, Inc. provides the very best commercial window covering products available. We provide, ship direct, deliver, or service everything we sell.
Installs or applies decorative, architectural/ functional window/glass treatment or covering products, including but not limited to the following: all types of materials and fabrics that make up louvers, shutters, Venetian and mini-blinds; residential or commercial draperies and screens; expanded metal window and door guards; plastic film window treatment and/or any other window treatment applied for temperature control or as a screening device.
Service, Quality & Value
We offer a guarantee on all of our installations for the lifetime of the product and make sure that your window coverings are properly secured for maximum stability and safety.
Repairs on De’Cor Interiors, Inc. products are repaired or replaced under a manufacturers warranty. Give us a call if there are ever any issues with your blinds and we will take care of the warranty process for you free of charge! All other repairs are handled on an individual basis and can not always be guaranteed depending on the nature of the repair.
Our Core Values
These core values guide us as we conduct ourselves and perform work.
- Integrity and Accountability: We lead with the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and personal responsibility.
- Care and Respect: We treat everyone with courtesy and dignity regardless of position or personal characteristics and foster an inclusive environment free of bias.
- Teamwork and Service: We work together as a team to provide efficient and responsive service to our customers.
- Communication and Trust: We strive for an open flow of honest and accurate information with each other and our customers.
- Show respect to coworkers with appropriate conversation and empathy.
- If you are in management, keep your employees informed so they will know what is coming and what needs to be done.
- Adhere to company policies and procedures.
- Be responsible. Do what you say you will do.
- Use materials for work and not personal use.
- If you make a mistake and a team’s project gets messed up or you miss a deadline, own up to your mistake. Don’t let teammates take the fall.
- Work together as a team. This builds trust and shows integrity.
- Never steal supplies from the workplace.
- If you find yourself in a conflict of interest, get out of it as soon as possible.
- Don’t accept praise of acclaim for someone else’s work. That includes stealing someone’s idea or pretending to have worked on a successful project.
- When making a business deal, make sure everything is on the table and nothing was left out.
- If your company asks you to do something against your personal code of conduct, refuse. If it means losing a good paying job, so be it. Find a more ethical company to work for.
- Set clear expectations.
You should have a strong connection with the business you partner with, but hammering out the details of that partnership has to be more technical than emotional. Define the business structure (partnership or corporation), what the partnership should accomplish for each company, and what constitutes each partner’s domain. This will eliminate confusion for both companies’ leaders, employees, and customers.
- Consider your partner a part of your team.
Clear and well-defined roles ensure there will be no overlap in offerings that could generate competition between you and your partner. Such conflicts are a significant reason why up to 80 percent of business partnerships eventually fail. It may temporarily delay the partnership, but you’ll both flourish if you take the time to thoroughly integrate each other into your teams.
- Give the partnership room to grow.
Remember, you’re not just pooling resources; you’re also combining your abilities to scale as quickly as possible. Exago, an embedded business intelligence company that partners with Walmart and Autotask, explains that flexibility and extensibility are key in tech partnerships: “BI products, especially embedded ones, must be able to cover the full gamut of client needs — even as they change or evolve over time.”
- Make honesty and transparency your watchwords.
Establishing a successful partnership and ensuring it has the ability to grow are essential, but they don’t guarantee that you will succeed. Long-term success also requires honesty and transparency from both partners. That means maintaining open and frequent communication as well as personal interaction as often as possible.
Partnering with the right company may be the next step in your own company’s evolution. Your partnership’s future will depend on how you approach, build, and maintain it. To make your partnership last, follow these steps to create something that both partners can truly build together.
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Bringing value and building long-term working relationships with them is our top priority.
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