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Pleated blinds for shaped windows

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Pleated blinds are a conventionally used for conservatories, as they can accommodate different shaped window panels. They are becoming more and more popular choices for all types of windows and doors. As with our client’s lovely barn conversion in the countryside – pleated blinds were a perfect solution for this shaped window in the office, […]

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Triple installation of awnings, dutch canopy and pleated blinds

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Yesterday’s job was a triple install of awnings, dutch canopy and pleated blinds at our client’s lovely sunny house in Surrey. The south west facing garden meant our client’s had sun all day in the back of the house and we recommended different solutions for each area. The two Weinor awnings provided some much needed […]

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Pleated blinds for bi-folds

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The particular fabric on these blinds is a honeycomb fabric which allows light to filter through, whilst still keeping the protection from the sun and UV rays. The advantages of this fabric is that it will keep the room cool in the summer months and warm in winter. It will protect flooring and furniture from […]

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Pleated side blinds for bi-fold doors

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Bi-fold doors are becoming more and more popular and people often find themselves with a dilemma when it comes to window coverings. These can range from fully motorised screen fabric to pleated blinds, as shown in this example. Pleated blinds take up less of the window when pushed to a closed position, so if our […]

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