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<em><strong>pure</strong></em>™ Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

pure™ Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

Recess-fitted pure™ pleated window blinds with Melon solar reflective fabric in a UPVC conservatory with tinted polycarbonate roof.

This image shows that P-shape conservatories have an external corner which means that you can view the recessed blinds "edge-on" and see any gaps. Bearing in mind that this is a real conservatory and not a staged photograph, compare this image to any standard pleated blinds and you will see the enormous difference. The only gaps visible, even at this "edge-on" angle, are where the pleats extend inwards towards the glass by a few millimetres.

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Pinoleum Blinds in a Vale Conservatory

Pinoleum Blinds in a Vale Conservatory

Smoothweave pinoleum roof blinds recess-fitted between the rafters of a Vale timber conservatory with Ivory finish and natural braid with white headrails.

Another company told this Middlesex based customer that it would be very difficult to recess-fit pinoleum blinds without large gaps due to the extremely long drop (height) of the blinds and very steep angle of the roof.

We were able to manufacture these blinds with a very narrow top width of just 65mm (approx. 2.5") to ensure that they fitted exactly with no exposed glass. (Our standard top width is 90mm).

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Pinoleum window blinds

Pinoleum window blinds

Smoothweave is manufactured from engineered wood, woven with polyester thread, which is then bound, stitched and edged with acrylic braid to provide a stable blind that will last for years even in a conservatory. The neat soft folds of pinoleum blinds in a conservatory really can create a more relaxing atmosphere, especially as wood is a natural sound insulator.

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Conservatory Roof Blinds

Conservatory Roof Blinds

Helpful image of recessed pleated conservatory roof blinds being manually operated using a Snaplock operating rod. The head of the rod "locks on" so that it does not slip off accidentally and yet is easy to twist off and remove. 

All of our manually operated roof blinds come with an easy-to-use telescopic operating rod, but because this large timber conservatory is very tall we have provided an extra long rod.

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Pinoleum Roof Blinds

Pinoleum Roof Blinds

Pinoleum roof blinds recess fitted within a beautiful custom built timber conservatory in Kent with Parchment Smoothweave Pinoleum and matching Parchment coloured rails.

These pictures were taken in 2010 - two years after the blinds were installed.

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French Pinoleum Roof Blinds

French Pinoleum Roof Blinds

French pinoleum roof blinds with Parchment finish and matching rails that are recess-fitted between the rafters of a timber conservatory in Kent.

Note how the pinoleum filters the light creating a dappled shade that suits this beautifully constructed conservatory.

This image was taken 2 years after the blinds were installed.

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French Pinoleum Blinds

French Pinoleum Blinds

French pinoleum blinds in a gullwing style timber conservatory - manually operated roof blinds and window blinds to reduce glare, UV, heat gain and heat loss, whilst maintaining the natural light and stunning views across the Kent countryside.

These pinoleum blinds are two years old, yet look like they were installed today.

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Pinoleum Window Blinds and Door Blinds

Pinoleum Window Blinds and Door Blinds

Individual pinoleum window blinds and pinoleum door blinds cost more than wider blinds to cover multiple panes of glass, but in this conservatory the finished appearance would have been ruined if it had been done differently.

Each pinoleum blind can be operated using a cordlock which means that we were able to fit them very close to each other - avoiding any gaps that would have been necessary if cleats were required. Despite being very tall blinds (the door blinds are 2.7m or nearly 9' tall) they are extremely easy to operate.

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Timber Conservatory External View

Timber Conservatory External View

Stunning external view of a timber conservatory in Kent with pinoleum blinds installed in November 2008.

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Remote Control Blinds (Part Operated)

Remote Control Blinds (Part Operated)

Our unique pureaspect™ gable blinds shown part-retracted. Note how there are no cords or wires over the glass as per any other blinds and even though the blinds are not a perfect triangle (they don't go to a point in the corner) they can be retracted.

This conservatory also has remote control pleated roof blinds and recess-fitted pure pleated window blinds (shown retracted).

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Remote Control Blinds Operation

Remote Control Blinds Operation

Wide pureaspect™ gable blinds shown during operation (via our puresolo™ remote control).

These 2.3m wide motorised blinds (nearly 8') can completely retract without any visible cords or wires covering the glass, creating a unique clear aspect. The Barley Crush fabric shown here looks like a different colour from the roof blinds because of the shading at the gable, the vertical orientation and the higher density of pleats, because they are shaped blinds.

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<em><strong>pure</strong></em>aspect™ Remote Control Blinds

pureaspect™ Remote Control Blinds

Our unique pureaspect™ Gable Blinds, shown fully extended with no light gap between them, despite the glass gable not having a centre mullion.

This customer previously bought remote control blinds from us in 2007 and has also recommended us to other customers.

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