Vertical blinds are the perfect solution for larger window areas, especially where floor length blinds are needed. They can also been used as room dividers.
Vertical Blinds are a popular choice for offices due to cost. The horizontal slats can be angled to filter out sunlight or can be pulled to one side using a cord, to allow access to doors.
Light penetration can vary depending on the fabric chosen. Some fabrics have a blackout coating for reduced light.
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Vertical Style Options
There are numerous coloured and patterened fabrics available, so you can really customise your blinds to create something unique and striking.
Moisture resistant fabrics are a great choice for bathrooms, utility areas and kitchens. Reflective fabrics are an ideal solution for office areas, where the room needs to be kept cooler.
Controls can either be on the left or right and the blinds themselves can be manufactured so that all slats open either to the left (left stack), right (right stack), part evenly (split draw) or gather in the centre (centre stack).
Cleaning & Maintenance
Vertical blinds are very easy to clean and maintain.
Wiping with feather duster or vacuuming with a brush extension once a week will keep them dust free.
Depending on the fabric chosen, you can wipe them down with a sponge or damp cloth whenever stubborn marks appear.
When required, slats can be removed from the headrail for easier cleaning, with some fabrics being washable. It’s possible to buy replacement slats and parts quite easily and cheaply.
Vertical blinds are a very popular choice for conservatories due to the fact that you can cover quite a large area easily and often for less cost than other blind styles.
The versatility of the light control you get with verticals is also a deciding factor when choosing conservatory blinds as you can allow light in but maintain privacy by angling the slats.
Combining verticals with pleated roof blinds is also a popular option and we have many fabric choices available for creating either contrasting or matching finishes.