Pleated window blinds by Blindology Blinds of Plymouth - Pleated blinds made to measure.

Pleated blinds are an ideal way to provide privacy and shading  though they are normally used in conservatories, both as side blinds and as roof blinds. They are available in a large range of colours and patterns.

The pleated blind offers a range of properties, though the main ones to consider are standard shade, dim-out and blackout fabrics. They were first designed to be installed onto the tilt and turn windows, though now a days you can have them in any area of your office or home, they are a pretensioned blind, this is what makes them so suitable as roof blinds, they can be operated manually or via electric/motorised. With the manual operated blinds in some cases you will need to also have a manual operating pole, for those hard to reach areas or roof blinds. With the electric/motorised blind, you will need a transmitter/receiver and a remote control. Whilst these are expensive due to the motors for each blind along with all the equipment required, but for hard to reach places they are ideal.

 

You can  find out some more infomration regarding pleated blinds here.

 

Pleated blinds by Blindology Blinds of Plymouth - made to measure.

Pleated blinds are an ideal way to provide privacy and shading  though they are normally used in conservatories, both as side blinds and as roof blinds. They are available in a large range of colours and patterns.

The pleated blind offers a range of properties, though the main ones to consider are standard shade, dim-out and blackout fabrics. They were first designed to be installed onto the tilt and turn windows, though nowadays you can have them in any area of your office or home, they are a pretensioned blind, this is what makes them so suitable as roof blinds, they can be operated manually or via electric/motorised. With the manual operated blinds in some cases you will need to also have a manual operating pole, for those hard to reach areas or roof blinds. With the electric/motorised blind, you will need a transmitter/receiver and a remote control.

With pleated blinds they are really more designed for conservatory roof blind systems, though you can also have them installed into the side panels and doors, though they do not really dress the area. The pleated blind fabrics has a silver backing on some of the fabrics, this allows the heat, solar and UV rays to be rebounded back out through the glazed area, helping to keep the temperature down, the best thing with the pleated roof blind system is that you have the flexibility to open and close the blind to allow and control the amount of light etc that you would like, unlike window film.

Window film will always be on the glazed area, thus on a dull winter day it still does the job its meant to do, all the way through out the year, day in day out, as this can not be adjusted unlike blinds.

There are many manufacturers and supplier of pleated blinds ranging from the best of quality down to very poor quality, we are proud to say that the system that we use is of a higher quality, this ensures that your blinds will not let you down or us down. As they are designed and tested to give you long lasting operation, shading and privacy year after year.

In your first year of having pleated window blinds or pleated roof blinds we will visit you if you require, so that we can adjust the tension on your blinds, as from when they are first installed, it takes a while of operating them to bed them in. We will adjust the blinds so that tension is maintained constantly this ensures that you will get the best of use from your blinds.

You can  find out some more infomration regarding pleated blinds here.

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