“The weather forecast might just be one good reason why you should grab some functional window blinds in Phoenix, or any reliable window blinds stores in the Valley.
Arizona has been known to be a summer hotbed. While the hottest day ever in U.S. history was recorded in Death Valley, California at 134 degrees in 1913, Arizona is much more consistent in its record of scorching temperatures. The highest temperature ever recorded in the state peaked at 128 degrees on June 29, 1994; and it continued with its fair share of blazing days since. The city of Phoenix alone holds the record in history of having 143 straight days of temperatures at 100 degrees or higher, in 1989.”