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Vertical Blinds

Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds are a sleek alternative to curtains. Not only are they the most cost effective option for window furnishings, they  are also incredibly versatile, ideal for larger windows and sliding doors and can be easily stacked to the left, the right or even split down the centre, depending on your requirements.

Vertical blinds are easily operated by a beaded chain and cord, or a wand control. The tilting fabric strips provide excellent light and privacy control with an option to block that early morning sun and glare, or harsh afternoon sun.

Vertical blinds are available in three slat widths, 127mm, 100mm and 89mm, with or without chains on the bottom. If you have kids or pets running around, pocket weights are an ideal choice – a metal weight is sewn into each drape, leaving no chains to be tangled. This chainless option is by far the most popular choice for a sleek, clean, modern look.

Vertical blinds are a perfect option for rental properties and families with pets, as single drapes are easily replaced if damage occurs.

Choosing the right colour should be a breeze, as current fabric colours are developed to reflect most recent interior design trends. Our fabric is 100% blackout, PVC free, lead free and dust and mould resistant. There are 28 matt colour finishes and 3 metallic finishes to choose from.  Matching fabric is available in Roller blind widths so you can coordinate Vertical blinds on large sliding doors to roller blinds on smaller windows if you so desire.

ASI vertical blind tracking system is designed with looks and practicality in mind. The slimline track is engineered to automatically realign with a built in clutching mechanism. We are so confident in our tracking we back it with a 5 year warranty.

Choosing the perfect look for your home is easy with our expert team. Book your free in-home consultation and we’ll visit for a free measure and quote.

 

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