Perfect fit blinds provide an innovative solution where blinds need to be affixed to a window. They are installed between the glass and window beading, fitting snug to the window shape. Due to the way perfect blinds function, they are most commonly used for tilt and turn windows, skylights and conservatories.
As the blinds fit perfectly to the widow with no gaps, blackout material can be used to create complete darkness, ideal for an undisturbed night’s sleep in bedrooms. Perfect fit blinds also require no cable or cord to operate making them child-friendly and providing an uncluttered finish to your space.
Another key benefit is that as they require no screws or nails to be installed so they won’t cause any damage to your property. This ideal for rented properties or listed buildings where there are usually rules against making changes.
The blinds also provide good temperature control by insulating the window in the winter and preventing solar gain in the summer. Available in a range of styles and finishes including roller and Venetian, you’ll be able to find a design which complements your space.
We are blinds specialists in Ilkeston offering our blind manufacturing and installation service across the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire areas.
Our aim is to bring a friendly service when making and fitting your blinds. Each one of our blinds is made to measure and so you can rest assured that we’ll provide the highest quality possible. Get in touch with us today to organise a free, no-obligation quote for your new perfect fit blinds. Please also feel free to visit our showroom too, you’ll be able to view our latest ranges and styles and you might just find the blinds that you like!
If you have any questions or would like a little more information, give us a call today on 0115 944 4933.
CB Blinds came and fitted some venetian blinds for me at my house in Stapleford. They were reasonably priced, friendly and their fitters cleaned up after themselves.
We’re having them back to fit some conservatory roof blinds next month.