PLEATED BLINDS

Energy efficient style.  Pleated blinds (sometimes referred to as Plisse) are an attractive and versatile alternative to a Roller or Venetian blind.  The blinds have very slim top and bottom rails and draw up to the top of the window very neatly when not required – taking up less room than other types of blind.  Pleated blinds are ideal for use in all rooms of the house, however they have a particular place in the conservatory.

There are two blind types available:

  1. A free-hanging blind for windows and conservatory glass walls and doors

  2. A rectangular skylight blind, suitable for glass ceilings and roofs.

Pleated blinds come in a large range of subtle and vibrant shades, with the majority having an energy-saving coating.  The Skylight version can be installed as a “bottom up” blind option – ideal for shaped windows.

They feature a unique honeycomb construction that makes the shades soft, durable and highly energy efficient.  The shades have built-in insulating characteristics that keep the heat out in the summer and the warmth in during the winter.  Available in numerous colours and a wide variety of opaque, semi-opaque fabrics and black-out fabrics. 

Saves energy

Superb insulation.  Heat loss at the (double glazed) window can be reduced by up up to 46%, saving up to 51% of heating energy

Blocks heat

Superb heat locking.  The amount of solar heat entering your home is reduced by up to 78%

Absorbs sound

The echo effect and reverberation of noise are reduced and the room acoustics improve by up to 45%

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