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Bury Saint Edmunds

Window Blinds in Bury Saint Edmunds

Blinds do much more than cover a window to block the sun, they can transform a room. With hundreds of blinds available, our partners even offer next day delivery to Bury Saint Edmunds. Made to measure blinds will always fit the best, but we can also offer standard sizes for all types of blind including venetian blinds, roman blinds and blackout blinds.

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Window blinds are usually closed by pulling a cord, although sometimes they can be motorised with the controls either on the wall, on a remote or sometimes even on a computer. These are more common for blinds that are hard to access. Roman blinds were invented in Italy . In some houses blinds are used instead of curtains, often in loft extensions or conservatories. In a loft extension you might expect the blinds to be Velux, and in a conservatory, more likely to be Roman blinds.

There are many tips for cleaning venetian window blinds but it's never a bad idea to check with the manufacturer who will know exactly the best approach. A damp cloth or sponge is usually the best answer to finger marks, and a quick vaccuum every week will keep them from collecting too much dust! Finally, remember that blinds are quick and easy to replace if you fancy a change to your home in Bury Saint Edmunds.

If your blinds have a cord or chain with a loop, please ensure that this is out of reach of any children who may accidentally get caught up and injur themselves. Professional fitters are now obliged by law to restrict the length of cords and chains for this very reason. Don't forget to make sure you accurately measure your windows so that the blinds fit! We know it can be confusing sometimes when working with both cm and inches, and you wont be the first person to make that mistake if it happens.