Here at Kaloko Shutter & Blind, we love being able to provide our customers the care and attention to detail that only a locally-owned and operated company on the Big Island can provide. We specialize in making custom and high-quality Hunter Douglas window treatments of every kind and variety you can imagine. No matter the style or size of your home, our team of experts is more than happy to help you choose the perfect window treatment that’s guaranteed to maximize your home’s energy efficiency and give you aesthetics that will blow you away.
Named after the nearby volcanic Kohala Mountain, the oldest volcano in Hawaii, Kohala is best known for the gorgeous coastal views, beaches, sprawling ranches, and historic sites. Low annual rainfall makes this corner of the Big Island quite popular for resorts and golf courses. One of the best views and beach experiences you can get in Kohala is on Hapuna Beach - this designated state recreational area boasts a half-mile stretch of golden sand and crystal-clear blue waters. It’s popular among locals and tourists alike for the spectacular views and ranks at the top of the Big Island’s favored beaches. With plenty of pavilions for a picnic, this is the absolute perfect spot to stop and enjoy a day with the whole family.
For a profound and beautiful experience, we love visiting the Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site. This historic site is a symbol of unification and peace for native Hawaiians. You can view an ancient temple submerged in the water and learn about the history of the Hawaiian kingdom. If you want a real adventure, consider hiking along paved walking trails, where you can even hike south from the park along the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, or even to Mau'umae Beach, about 3/4 mile from the park. One of the most breathtaking activities to partake in at Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site is the shark, whale, and dolphin watching. Humpback whale sightings are extremely common during the winter months.
When we’re in need of sustenance during a day filled with fun in Kohala, we love stopping for a taste of authentic Hawaiian comfort food at Minnie's Ohana Lim Style. Here you can truly enjoy authentic Hawaiian dishes that are made with the freshest ingredients, all while enjoying gorgeous outdoor seating. There’s truly nothing we love more than supporting our fellow Hawaiian businesses and seeing the beautiful community in Kohala flourish!
Jeannie and the team at Koloko Blinds are fabulous. From start to finish they are professional, pay attention to detail and have great suggestions. We are very pleased with our whole house project - they exceeded my expectations.
Thank you Kaloko Shutter & Blind for our beautiful blinds and shades. Jeannie and Devin are very knowledgeable, professional, friendly and a pleasure to work with. Jeannie's recommendations on the perfect window covering and color choice for our home were all spot on. Also, many thanks to Hunter for a smooth and efficient installation process. For anyone looking for any window covering, there is no need to look anywhere else!
Kaloko Shutter and Blind people are wonderful. Easy to work with, professional and personable. From beginning to end they stay on top of things. We couldn’t be happier with our new woven wood draperies. Installation guys were top notch. We can highly recommend them.
It’s easy to see just how much we love Kohala and how much joy it brings us to serve the wonderful people of the Big Island. We are so proud to be a part of our community and support locally owned and operated businesses like our own. When you opt for custom window treatments from Kaloko Shutter & Blind, you can guarantee that we will treat you like family and give you the quality care you and your home deserve. To get in touch with us, give us a call at (808) 329-2998, request a consultation online, or stop by our beautiful showroom in the Industrial area of Kailua Kona. We happily serve the Kohala community as well as Kailua Kona, Waikoloa, Mauna Lani, Mauna Kea, Waimea, Kamuela, Hualalai, Holualoa, Captain Cook, and Kealakekua, Hawaii.