Sheer roller blinds are the perfect way to filter natural light while maintaining daytime privacy and still having views outside. It offers a level of sun's glare and UV protection by filtering out some harmful UV rays whilst providing light control.
Blockout roller blinds are a great option to block out natural light entering rooms that require both privacy and darkness. They are suitable for bedrooms, theatre rooms, studies, living rooms, and nurseries.
Experience the practical benefits of our remote control Roller blinds, allowing you to effortlessly adjust them with just the touch of a button. Ideal for hard to reach windows or rooms with multiple windows.
Explore our full range of blind fabrics and colours with a local design consultant who'll help you find the best style to complement your space
During the visit, your consultant will take precise measurements and provide a personalised quote
Your made to measure blinds are handcrafted by experts using the highest quality materials
Your installer returns to fit your roller blinds and talk you through anything you need to know
Roller blinds are very versatile and tackle a variety of home concerns for example they perfect for effective light control. If you desire darkness and privacy, blockout fabric roller blinds are the perfect solution. For maximum natural light whilst maintaining privacy, light filtering roller blinds or sheer roller blinds are the most popular. For complete control over hard-to-reach or multiple windows blinds, motorised roller blinds is an ideal choice. If a complete protection from the sun is the priority, sunscreen roller blinds can block out up to 95% of harmful UV rays. No matter what roller blind you choose, each type combines practicality with a stylish appearance, ensuring a perfect blend for any preference.
There are a few different methods depending on the roller blind material. If your roller blind is made of PVC you can use warm soapy water to wipe the dust off, just remember to use a dry cloth after to prevent mould. However, if they are fabric roller blinds, using a vacuum is more effective.
To remove roller blinds, follow these steps: 1. Start by lowering the blinds so they are fully extended. 2. Locate the brackets that hold the roller blinds in place. These brackets are typically positioned on each end of the roller. 3. Depending on the type of brackets used, you may need to release them by either pressing a release button or lifting a small lever. 4. Once the brackets are released, carefully lift the roller out of the brackets on both ends simultaneously. 5. Gently lower the roller blinds down, ensuring they are held securely to prevent any damage. If you plan to reinstall the roller blinds later, it is recommended to label or take note of the positioning of the brackets and any adjustments made for proper reinstallation. By following these steps, you can easily remove roller blinds without causing any damage or difficulty.
The installation of your Roller blinds is all part of our in-home service as our local consultants are trained to measure and fit your roller blinds perfectly whether you have small or large windows. During the first appointment our consultant will show you our ranges, measure your windows and provide free quotes for your favourite choices. They will then return to fit your new blinds when they're ready.
Simply use a damp cloth to wipe your roller blinds in line with the direction of the fabric to avoid leaving marks. For a deeper clean, you can use a clean cloth with mould detergent and lukewarm water. Finally, let it air dry in your room.
Roller blinds are one of the most preferred window furnishings when it comes to blinds. The cost of your roller blinds will depend on the size of your window frame, fabrics, and any add-ons such as Aluminium Cassette pelmets, fabric coloured MDF timber pelmets, theatre Cassettes, bottom rail colours or motorised controls.