How to buy blinds from Costco for less than the cost of an average house
Buyer beware: The cost of a new blinds is significantly higher than the price of a typical home, according to a new study.
Buyers can get the cheapest possible deal on home goods by searching online, said the study, which was published in the Journal of Home Economics.
The study’s authors found that a blinds purchase from Home Depot in California costs $9,200.
The cheapest price per square foot is $1,600, while a standard home blind costs $2,000, according the study.
Home Depot said the new study is based on its online search, which is not available in the U.S.
The study found that most home goods are listed for sale online at bargain retailers such as Home Depot, Lowe’s, Walgreens, Home Depot and other retailers.
The cheapest sale price for a home blinds was $1.25 per square feet, according a recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The average price of the best-quality home blind is $5,900, according Priceonomics.
In the study’s analysis, the average price per inch of blinds at Home Depot is $3.75.
Home-improvement centers sell a pair of standard-size blinds for $2.60 per square.
“These prices seem to reflect the current marketplace,” the study said.
The median price of an American home blind was $3,600 in January.
The researchers said they were not able to pinpoint the reason behind the prices at Home Depots.
While many consumers pay the highest prices for homes and appliances, a large percentage of them don’t live in a big city or rural area.
Some homeowners, such as retirees or people who work outside the home, pay far less.
“The average cost of buying a standard blinds in the United States is approximately $7,200,” the researchers said.