Blinds

window blind is a type of window covering. There are many different kinds of window blinds, using different systems and  materials. A typical window blind is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. There are also window blinds that use a single piece of materials instead of slats.

 

A window blind  is a means of screening a window, achieving similar results to those obtained by fitting curtains. Blinds are typically the same width and height as the window itself or slightly wider and taller -depending on whether they are fixed inside or outside the window's reveal

 

Window blinds have varying thermal effects: they can block unwanted heat of the summer sun and they can keep in heat in cold weather. But in both of these applications, they also reduce light to  varying degrees, depending on the design. Many kinds of blinds attempt varying balances of privacy and shade. Blinds can be made of a number of different materials and manufactured in a number of different ways.

 

Combi Blinds

 

The combi blinds fabric sunface is processed by high temperature, high pressure, and anti-static. Non toxic, harmless, prevent dust, UV protection. Combi blinds is a new innovation where the striped fabric across two layers which creates the open and close effect. When the side chain is operated by hand to make the weave to cover the grid, so that the light cannot go inside. You are able to make the light by coordinating the weave.

      

 

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Roller Blinds

Roller blinds are window shades that use a special mechanism at the top of the device to roll the solid shade up and out of the way when it is not needed. These blinds leave a clear and unobstructed view of the window very quickly and may be a more elegant choice horizontal or vertical blinds.

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Blockout Blinds

Blockout can be finished with many different fabrics that allow light penetration or a complete blockout. Blockout are extremely practical and easy to use, they can finish a window installation to perfection.

 

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Sunscreen Blinds

Sunscreen blinds can add minimalistic appearance to any window treatment and can be used in conjunction with additional window treatments such as curtains and pelmets. The sunscreen range incoporates colours to suit all applications whether it be domestic, commercial, interior or exterior.

 

 

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Roman Shades

Roman shades can add both privacy and light control. With a simplistic functional operation a Roman shade can ba a highlight of any decorating environment.

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Wood Blinds

A number of horizontal wooden slats are joined together by corded pulleys which can either gather all the slats at the top of the window to reveal the view or simply angle the slats while allowing some light to travel through the blind yet retaining some level of privacy.

   

 

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Panel Track

Modern and sleek styles available in the best assortment of fabrics and natural materials. Use as an alternative to vertical blinds on larger windows or as a room divider .Each panel glides on its own wheeled carrier for effortless operation.

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Motorized Blinds

 

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Vertical Blinds

Design to provide window covering for patio doors, Vertical blinds are already popular treatments for sliding doors and large windows. Add to that the ease of maintenance and operation, and you have a window treatment that is a great option for any sliding door or window in your home or office.