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Blinds are a popular alternative to the conventional curtain or drape, and have the versatility to be sited indoors or outdoors. Indoor blinds can provide shading for an exposed bay window or loft skylight, while outdoor versions can provide shelter for patios, verandas, gazebos, pergolas or any other outdoor entertainment area. Blinds can be operated via a manual pulley, draw chain system or motorised remote operation. Choose your method based on your budget and the amount of use the blind will get in its location. Motorised blinds often come with a remote control function for maximum functionality and convenience.
Blind suppliers can offer a variety of services, including a full service, which typically takes care of all stages in the process from manufacture, supply, fitting and aftermarket care. This can include any number of the following services:
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Venetian - the most common blind, these are available in a wide variety of materials including wood, faux wood and metals. Choose a vane or slat size to suit the interior styling and mood of the room or space
Vertical - ideal for large expanses of space, vertical blinds are also less liable to collect dirt and dust
Roller - these typically work via a chain mechanism and are popular in a solid fabric. Choose clear or solid materials depending how much light you need.
Roman - often manufactured in a fabric of your choice for a stylish, low profile look
Durability - choose durable products with stainless steel fittings to ensure maximum longevity, especially outdoors.
Style - the style of your home will often influence what type of blind you are able to chooseThere are numerous styles and types of blinds, so consult with your supplier for advice on which type suits your particular application.