Our Story

My name is Mike O'Daniel and I am the owner and President of Arizona Blinds, Drapery and Shutters. The company began operations in 1993.  It was started as a small residential supplier and installer of blinds and shades.  Michael O'Daniel purchased the business in 2006 and it was a small company with 1 full time employee and 1 part time.  By 2013 we had become one of the largest in the Valley.  When O'Daniel took over the business it was operated from a home office.  Today we have two very nice showrooms in North Peoria where are main offices are and a large showroom in North Scottsdale.  We are also a finishing partner with O'Hair Shutters out of Lubbock Texas and customize hardwood plantation shutters as well as fabricate wood cornice, custom barn doors and other high end custom wood and steel accents from our shop near 40th St. and I-10.  We do substantial residential business and work with a large number of interior designers and we do large and small commercial projects as well from small TI projects to multi-story dorms and office buildings to hospitality and healthcare.

What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Animal Hospital / Kennel
Assisted Living
Auto Dealership / Service
Bank
Casinos
Church / Synagogue
City / Town Hall
Club House / Community Center
Education (K-12)
Fire / Police Station
Government
Hospital / Nursing Home
Hotel / Motel
House
Medical Office
Non-Residential Building
Post Office
Restaurant
Retail Store
Single Family Residential
Tract Housing
Utilities

Company Information

Year Established:
1993
Labor Affiliation:
Non-Union
Company Size:
Not Provided Request
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $1,000 to $1,150,000
Project Types:
Not Provided Request

Associations & Memberships

ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Industry Partner
BBB (Better Business Bureau) A+ Rating
Chandler Chamber of Commerce
Greater Phoenix Chamber Of Commerce
Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce
United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona

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