Since 1979, owner Steve Blair has been dressing up windows throughout Arizona. He represents Hunter Douglas and Lafayette brands as a Priority Dealer and because of their solid reputation for quality blinds. He’s 100% committed to delivering excellent service on each and every project before, during and after the sale. Steve is a native of Prescott and has a long record of community service. He is currently serving on the Prescott City Council and involved in many other local and County organization boards and committees.
Erik Meinhardt has been helping Steve manage all aspects of the business-from sales to installation. He is also a long-time resident of Prescott, Arizona residing here for more than 40 years. He is skilled in helping clients find the best window coverings that fit the rooms purpose. When he’s not busy with the blind business, Erik can be found four-wheeling in the forest near his cabin behind Goldwater Lake and enjoying the beautiful backwoods of Prescott. He loves living the simple life with his girlfriend and Persian rescue cat, Arthur.
Jana Bridges started in the window covering business in 1990 at her parents’ company in California, which was a family affair with her brother and uncle also working at the company. Arizona became home in 1995 where she assisted in full design work for a furniture and design studio in Phoenix. Jana used her passion for design to help more than 2,000 clients make their homes more beautiful. Now at Blind Brothers Arizona, Jana’s interior design skills help clients choose the perfect window coverings and even custom bedding to add that special final touch. When she’s not helping clients, Jana and her husband love to travel and enjoy all the world has to offer. She is also an avid dog lover – with two yellow labs at home – Quinny and Kip.
Greg Lazzell is Blind Brothers Arizona’s resident contractor, helper and installer. He has been in the contracting business his entire life, learning skills from his father. As a licensed contractor, he helps with large projects, including shutters and commercial buildings installations. He’s lived in Arizona since 1972 and passionate about being civically involved. He is a past Prescott City Councilman and past Advisor on the Board of Adjustments for Prescott and currently on the World’s Oldest Rodeo Board and a member of The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Posse. He is married with two daughters and a grandchild on the way. On his down time, you might spot Greg at a Comic Con dressed in his favorite syfy character.