Manufacturers and Repairs of Indoor Blinds, Outdoor Blinds, Doors, Screens & Grilles
Visually stunning, Panel Glides bring grandeur and elegance into a room.
Panel Glides create a sense of opulence and offer a beautiful alternative to vertical drapes. Well suited to door openings and large spans of glass, elegant panels of fabric attach to a track at the top and glide effortlessly from side to side. Available as wand or cord operated, fabric panels simply slide across and neatly stack behind each other when fully drawn.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whilst panel glides are available in a range of opaques, they do let in a little bit of light. A small slither of light will be visible between each individual panel of fabric, as well as a small gap of light (approximately 10mm) between the windowsill and bottom of the fabric. The number of fabric panels of fabric will also determine how far out the blind will sit from the window, influencing the amount of light that is let in.
Yes, panel glides are safe for little children. All cord operated tracks are retained. For maximum safety, your panel glides can be completely cordless when they are operated by wand.
No, unfortunately we don’t offer motorisation on panel glides.
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 panel glides is that they don’t collect as much dust as some other window furnishings do, and as such, require less regular cleaning.
Yes, panel glides can be installed in wet areas such as bathrooms and laundries. As the fabric is always held vertically, this allows the fabric to effortlessly dry whether the blind is opened or closed when damp.
Yes, panel glides are very easy to operate. Unlike vertical drapes, there is no tilting required, simply position the panels of fabric by gliding them across.
Yes, our panel glides come with a 5 year warranty.
No, unfortunately we don’t offer repairs to panel glides.
Our panel glide track system allows for a maximum of 5 panels stacking in a singular direction. For additional fabric panel capacity, consider bi-directional stacking by combining a second panel glide track.
Fabric selection is key to good insulating properties. An acrylic backed opaque will insulate significantly better than a translucent fabric.