Experts in Triangular Window Blinds
Gables and apex windows are becoming more common as part of a house or extension. Because of this, we are seeing an increased demand for triangular window blinds that are not part of a gable-end conservatory.
There are options available on the market to add blinds to add shading to a triangular shaped window; but many of them involve covering the triangular-shaped area with a lot of smaller blinds. This can not only look untidy but can also be very hard to operate, as you will have to deal with a larger number of blinds.
Thanks to our years of experience making and fitting blinds for conservatories, we have already developed several neat methods of covering triangular-shaped areas of glazing like gables. Since conservatories often feature gables of a similar size and shape, our unique pureaspect™ Gable Blinds are an ideal choice.
pureaspect™ Gable Blinds
With the pureaspect™ system, we can cover the gable with just two blinds. They neatly retract away to a minimal stack so they do not obstruct the view when not in use. This results in a neater, more integrated look.
Sometimes an apex window may not be just a simple triangle shape. But instead, they will have an extra area of glazing below it. In situations like this, we can make gable blinds that extend past the normal triangular shape to fill in the rectangular shape beneath it. This is all while keeping a neat look and easy operation.
Triangular House Window Blinds
Gables are becoming a popular choice for house windows or above folding doors. However, the angle of the triangle is normally a lot steeper than when featured in a conservatory. Consequently, this makes it challenging to fit blinds to this type of window.
This was the case for this recent project in Gloucestershire, where the customers had specified that they wanted to use the Classic Pinoleum Blinds to match the wooden frame of the room.
Because of the angles involved and the type of blinds the customers wanted to use, our pureaspect™ Gable Blind system was not suitable for this area of glazing. Nevertheless, we could still neatly cover the glass by fitting the blinds in a similar way that we would fit conservatory roof blinds. That way we could still cover the gable with just two blinds; and they are still easy to operate and don’t cover too much of the glass when not in use. This also helped to maintain the traditional décor of the room as our classic pinoleum blinds are a great option for timber windows and extensions.
Being experts in triangular window blinds means we will be able to find a neat and elegant shading solution; if you have a gable or apex window. Get in contact with us today to arrange a free quotation with a member of our sales team and let us see how we can transform your room. Alternatively, request a free brochure to read additional information on our unique gable blinds and various images of our blinds in real installations.