From Factory Floor to Your Door in Shepherdsville, KY
WindowDecor is a family-owned and operated company that was founded in 1993 by Daniel Leadingham. Daniel founded WindowDecor with the goal of providing his community with timely and cost effective window coverings by offering a “from factory floor to customer’s door” level of service.
We encourage you to take advantage of our knowledge and experience by scheduling a free consultation to allow us to help guide you through all the decisions you’ll be making to turn your house into a home. From project design to installation, from manufacturing to warranty, WindowDecor looks forward to helping you accomplish your vision. Come see why we are the most referred Window Covering company in Shepherdsville, KY!
We know blinds.
Plantation shutters, roman shades, interior blinds, exterior porch enclosures — if you have a window, we can help you make it look stunning.
We are an end-to-end shop. That means we:
- Consult to help you find the right window coverings.
- Design and produce these window coverings (nearly all are made in the USA)
- Professionally Install them directly in your home or commercial project.
- Don’t need to pay for consultation or measurements
- Don’t need to work with a middleman
- Don’t need to hire an outside installer
Trusted in Shepherdsville, KY for More Than 30 Years
Businesses and home owners trust us to cover their windows.
Working with WindowDecor
Feel confident in your decisions.
You can make all of these decisions about plantation shutters and exterior shades on your own. You really can. But do you want to?
For decades now our team has been helping customers in Shepherdsville, KY find beautiful and creative new ways to enjoy their homes. We do this work day in and day out. We can help you save time and save money by finding what you want quickly. We would love to have you join us and see for yourself how good it feels to be working with a company that cares.
You work with one company from start to finish. We design, manage, and install your window treatment project — inside and outside.
SAVE ON COSTS
With us bringing savings from the factory floor to your home you can be confident you’re getting the best deal!
See why our customers love us and why they come back time after time for the best quality, service, and products.
While you do save on costs, we don’t skimp on professionalism and a high-quality product. We stand behind our work. 100%.
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We are WindowDecor.
Serving Shepherdsville, KY and surrounding communities.
For three generations, WindowDecor has specialized in building and selling blinds and various window coverings. We work directly with you, the homeowners, to give you professional expertise without the added costs.
American Indians have been shown to have lived in the area for at least 15,000 years.
The vicinity was originally known by European Americans as “Bullitt’s Lick” for the salt licks discovered by surveyor Capt. Thomas Bullitt in 1773. The area was home to Kentucky’s first commercial salt works. These were shuttered in the 1830s because of competition from Virginian works along the Kanawha River (now in West Virginia). Shepherdsville developed around the mill and store erected along the Salt River by Adam Shepherd, who had purchased 900 acres (360 ha) in the area. The city received its charter in 1793 and was designated as the county seat when Bullitt County was formed in 1796.
The first post office opened in 1806. In 1836, a mineral water spa called Paroquet Springs opened. The mineral water was believed to have medicinal properties, so sufferers from a variety of maladies visited Shepherdsville to drink and bathe in the water. In the mid-1850s, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad’s mainline was constructed nearby.
During the Civil War, the railroad bridge over the Salt River at Shepherdsville was a potential target for sabotage and was guarded by Union troops. In 1879 shortly after the formal end of Reconstruction, the Paroquet Springs hotel burned to the ground. Water from the springs continued to be bottled and sold until 1915.
The Lynching of Marie Thompson of Shepherdsville was conducted in 1904, close to the jail near Lebanon Junction.
About 50 people were killed in the Shepherdsville train wreck in late December 1917, a two-train collision that was the deadliest train wreck in Kentucky history.
Throughout most of the 20th century, Shepherdsville’s economy was based on agriculture. It was a trading center for the county, and important for law and justice related to the county seat. Construction of the Kentucky Turnpike (now Interstate 65) in the 1950s stimulated residential development in the suburbs, as people who worked in Louisville could commute more easily to work. Many moved to Shepherdsville and other outlying areas to have new houses.
Shepherdsville is located on the banks of the Salt River. Downtown Louisville is 20 miles (32 km) to the north via Interstate 65, and Elizabethtown is 26 miles (42 km) to the south.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Shepherdsville has a total area of 10.0 square miles (25.8 km2), of which 9.7 square miles (25.1 km2) is land and 0.31 square miles (0.8 km2), or 3.00%, is water.
The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Shepherdsville has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated “Cfa” on climate maps.