Roller blinds

roller blinds
roller blinds
roller blinds
roller blinds
roller blinds
roller blinds
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Great practicality and exceptional looks A roller blind unit is made up of an aluminium or steel shaft and, rolled around it, a fabric blind. Privacy and light are regulated by lowering and raising the blind, which can hold itself in place at minute increments. Practical: draw the blind down whenever you need extreme privacy and protection from glare. In order to expose the window and let in lots of daylight, open the blind completely. The cassette variant additionally protects the rolled-up blind from dust. Top standards for custom requirements We manufacture both the hardware and the fabrics of our roller blinds to the highest of standards. Their clear, straightforward style lets them fit discreetly into your home environment. In domestic living rooms, kitchens and bathrooms and in commercial premises MHZ roller blinds provide functional, textile privacy screening and shade from the sun. The choice of blind fabric is key to the degree of screening and protection from the light. With a range of different transparency levels, textures and colours, the fabrics create a unique effect and bespoke atmosphere. There are also special fabrics suitable for use in damp locations such as kitchens and bathrooms and in commercial premises. Roller blind product benefits Made to meas­ure to your spe­cific­a­tion Can be fit­ted into the glaz­ing bead Simple op­er­a­tion, elec­tric­ally or manu­ally Blind po­s­i­tion can be finely ad­jus­ted Highly vari­able trans­lu­cency Up to four metres wide Hard­ware in RAL col­ours pos­sible Col­lec­tion fea­tures large choice of col­ours and highly var­ied tex­tures


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