What are Perfect Fit Blinds?
Perfect Fit blinds are the revolutionary new type of blind for uPVC windows, doors and conservatories. Manufactured by Louvolite, Perfect Fit blinds are so neat they become part of your window frames. Launched in 2005 they have now become Louvolite’s top seller.
The blinds require no drilling as they clip directly onto the window. Once the clips are in place a frame is added which holds the blinds. The frames come in either white, brown or golden oak to match your window frames & sills which gives the effect that it is part of the window.
Fitting takes around 30 seconds and requires no expertise to fit. This makes perfect fit blinds great for people who don’t have a D.I.Y. enthusiast around the house and those who live in an area where the Better Blind Company cannot come out and install your blinds.
The blinds themselves function in the same way as ordinary blinds and are available currently available as aluminium Venetian blinds or pleated blinds. Pleated blind fabrics offer a diffused light effect, ideal for conservatories
Yet another great option are pleated blinds with Solar Protective Coating (SPC), what this means is that the fabrics are treated with a silver-white tinted coating which helps filter solar glare.
Pleated Blinds are also available in a cellular blackout variation which is suitable for bedrooms.
Pleated blinds are available in a wide range of stunning fabrics and colours and the aluminium venetians come in many colours which make perfect fit blinds 'perfect' for any room.
Another advantage of Perfect Fit Blinds is that they can be unclipped from the window at any time to be easily cleaned. Louvolite recommend you clean your Perfect Fit Blinds once a year.
To view our aluminium venetian or pleated perfect fit blinds collection click Here. Also roller blinds and wooden venetian blinds will also be available soon so stay tuned into the Guide to Blinds section of NewBlinds.co.uk for updates.
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