TRU FIT BLINDS
Tru Fit blinds are a range of drill-free blinds that can be used with both Duette® and single-pleat fabrics. The blinds attached via two rails, which stick to the sides of the beading of the window with an adhesive. We would recommend Tru Fit blinds as a drill-free solution for bi-folding doors and side windows within conservatories. This is because, they are able to be recess fitted into each panel of the doors without getting in the way of it’s operation.
They also allow for total control over your shading, allowing you to operate your blinds both from the bottom up and from the top down.
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contented, lovely and reliable employees
+ quality product
+ acceptable pricing
+ an honest and up-front approach
= happy customers!
Keep doing what you do and thank you for such a positive experience - we could not be more thrilled with our new blinds.
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