Manufacturers and Repairs of Indoor Blinds, Outdoor Blinds, Doors, Screens & Grilles
Holland Blinds, otherwise known as Roller Blinds, are a stylish window furnishing that are versatile and minimalist in design
Minimalist and stylish in design, holland blinds will bring a modern touch into your home.
Holland blinds offer a unique, low maintenance window covering solution to suit your needs.
Create the ability to introduce different textures and tones to living spaces.
Can be made with scalloped bottom trims to suit traditional interiors.
Simplistic design means that the emphasis can be placed on the surrounding architecture, such as stonework, glass, or timber detail.
Ease of use for the elderly or disabled when motorised or used with our unique spring technology.
Block-out roller blinds come in either smooth or textured fabric and ensure complete privacy, with room darkening qualities. Smooth fabrics are a modern choice in the home for a streamlined and sophisticated finish, whilst textured fabrics bring a contemporary elegance to any room.
Translucent fabrics offer various textures and shades that help reduce glare whilst still providing natural light. Their versatility in enabling day and night privacy makes them ideal for living rooms and other areas such as bathrooms, where natural light and privacy are equally as important.
Sheer-weave fabrics provide uninterrupted views out whilst maintaining daytime privacy and can also significantly reduce glare. They are an excellent choice for commercial offices, and when installed as a Double Holland are perfect for residential living.
Single Roller Blinds accommodate for one type of fabric and offer a sleek non-intrusive profile.
Double Roller Blinds, also referred to as Day/Night Blinds, neatly combine the operation of two different fabrics, giving the homeowner ultimate flexibility in light control and style.
An economical and popular option for operation, simply pull down on the chain to either raise or lower your blinds. Our chain-winders are made using a UV stabilized, glass filled nylon. Inside this are 4 small springs with a square profile wire, which means little effort is required to create strong breaking effect. The result: smoother, quieter, and more durable operation. For large heavy blinds, geared winders - lieu of standard direct drive winders - offer a premium substitute that make operation effortless no matter what the weight or size of the blind is.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, holland blinds are good option for blocking out light. On a typical reveal fit, there will be small gaps of light down the sides and top of the blind. There are options that will reduce and/or eliminate these gaps such as face mounting the holland blind or upgrading to a cassette channel holland blind.
Yes, absolutely! We have a range of motorise options to suit your needs and budget that our consultants can discuss with you. To learn more about our motorisation range, click here.
Yes, very much so! Simply dust the fabric from time to time or use a damp cloth to wipe stubborn marks. A big bonus with holland blinds is that they don’t collect as much dust as some other window furnishings do, and as such, require less regular cleaning.
Yes, holland blinds can be installed in wet areas such as bathrooms and laundries. Simply allow the fabric to dry before rolling the blind up.
Yes, holland blinds can be installed over sliding doors. Often the recess for a sliding door is narrower than the reveal of a window, and as holland blinds have a compact profile this can make them the perfect shading choice. The ability to link numerous holland blinds means that large spans can be covered with ease.
Yes, our holland blinds come with a 5 year warranty.
Yes, we can repair holland blinds. As you are dealing direct with a manufacturer, we are able to offer our customers a wide range of repair services such as replacing damaged chain-winders and broken control chains, to retrofitting motors to existing blinds.
Fabric selection is key to good insulating properties. Textured opaque fabrics are typically thicker and will therefore insulate better than non-textured fabrics. Choosing double holland blinds will also increase the insulating properties.