As all of our Roller Blinds are custom made, the price completely depends on the size of the window you are looking to cover as well as the overall quantity that’s required. Roller Blinds are priced up based off an overall Width X Height measurement, or often referred to as Width X Drop. The best way to get an accurate price is to take advantage of free measure and quotes or by simply sending in your measurements for a quote based off those.
Roller Blinds are the most common window furnishing on the market. Being a staple offering from builders as well as the general go-to for home owners they are found in almost every home you walk in to. Roller Blinds are constantly being updated with new trendy fabrics and components to keep them up-to-date with today’s styles. You might remember the old ‘holland blinds’ in mums house that you’d need to pull down with your hand before the springs would fight you and the blind would roll back up at the top, well lets just say they’ve come along way since then.
This completely depends on the fabric you select to have on your new Roller Blinds. There is a huge range of Roller Blinds fabrics that completely blockout sunlight, though there are also fabrics that only blockout most light, or very little light. Whether or not you place your Roller Blind on the architrave or inside the window frame will also determine how dark a room gets during the day. Note that regardless of where you request to have your Roller Blinds installed, there may always be some light ‘bleeding’ through the sides and top of the products, though there should be absolutely no light come through the fabric itself if you opt for a 100% blockout fabric.
Recess Fit Roller Blind refers to the location of where the Roller Blinds are installed. Let’s say you have a standard window, with a nice architrave around the glass that makes up your window frame. A “Recess Fit Roller Blind” would be installed inside this frame, with the roller blinds basically hanging from the roof of the frame dropping down. This can create a “cleaner” look, and also allows for more light to get in when the blind is all the way down.
Yes absolutely, our Roller Blinds warranty are broken up in to 2 different sections. Our fabrics all come with 5 years warranty whereas the metal components have 12 months warranty. The components being the chains, drives, bottom rails and tubes. Our plastic chains also come with 6 months warranty.