Quality is often of the essence on many of the projects we supply. No less so that for the Orangery and the stunning Edwardian home of Mr & Mrs A nr Mansfield.
Mrs A is a lady who knows exactly what she wants.
So when we told her we have 16 colour options from Ultra white and jet black to 2 Creams, metallic colours and a choice of two woodgrain finishes and that we could do the venetian slats a different colour to the perimeter frame inside the sealed units that contains all the magic… the counter weights and mechanisms that enables our integral blinds to function just by two simple magnets, she immediately knew in no uncertain terms she wanted cream coloured slats with a jet black perimetre frame.
Even when the units were standing in racks in the factory… everyone as used to seeing integral blinds as they are, stopped to look at them and examine them.
Pilkington Activ Neutral, the self-cleaning Solar control glass
With Pilkington Activ Neutral, the self-cleaning Solar control glass that reduces solar gain by a staggering 60% and UV transmission by 50% the integral blind sealed units really do look something special in their own right but once they were glazed into the cream coloured hardwood frames in the orangery itself, well it really did look quite something.
What makes our Integrated blinds so good?
Primarily, it is the quality materials and robust mechanism that has been rigorously tested and put through the most demanding and stringent of paces. Using steel means that the product is durable to wear and tear strong enough to remain rigid whilst enjoying the accolade of being the slimmest and most visually pleasing integrated blind system on the world market today.
Cordless, Child safe and fire safe Integrated Blinds
Because our premiere integral blinds system operates by use of very cleverly designed magnets we can offer you a blinds system for your windows that are not only child safe but also much more aesthetically pleasing to look at without all those old cords hanging down from each and every sash.
Sounds much nicer, we are sure you will agree.