Westcountry Blinds

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  • SmartCord Blinds

    SmartCord Blinds

    The revolutionary SmartCord® operating system uses a retractable cord mechanism. The cords move smoothly to raise and lower the Duette® Shade with exceptional ease to meet your comfort and safety needs.

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  • TrueFit Blinds

    TrueFit Blinds

    TrueFit Blinds are a window covering system which sticks to the window pane and is easy to mount by clicking the product in the brackets

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  • LiteRise Blinds

    LiteRise Blinds

    The LiteRise® cordless system makes raising and lowering Duette® and Plissé Shades easier than ever. Simply push up to raise and pull down to lower. Your shades stay right where you put them.

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  • Wooden Venetian Blinds

    Wooden Venetian Blinds

    Wooden Venetian blinds are a number of horizontal wooden slats are joined together by corded pulleys which can either gather all the slats at the top of the window to reveal the view or simply angle the slats while allowing some light to travel through the blind yet retaining some level of privacy. Wooden blinds come in a number of finishes. Westcountry Blinds have an exclusive range of 11 Cornish heritage blinds available in our on-line shop as well as our showroom.

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  • Metal Venetian Blinds

    Metal Venetian Blinds

    Metal Venetian blind have horizontal slats, one above another. Venetian blinds are basic slatted blinds made of aluminium. The use of aluminium enables the weight to be kept to a minimum and prevents them from rusting and corroding. They are suspended by strips of cloth called tapes, or by cords, by which all slats in unison can be rotated through nearly 180 degrees. Metal Venetians come in a variety of colours to suit your home and your office.

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  • Roller Blinds

    Roller blinds

    These are a usually stiffened polyester, mounted on a metal or PVC pole and operated with a side chain or spring mechanism. Roller blinds are available in a range of colours and combine style and practicality. Roller blinds are the most widely used blind within the home because of the ease of adjustment and installation.

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  • Pleated Blinds

    Pleated blinds

    Pleated blinds are made from a pleated fabric, they pull up to sit flat at the top of a window to hide from sight when open. Honeycomb pleated blinds are made up of two or more layers joined at the pleats to form 'cellular' compartments that trap air, providing insulation. Honeycomb pleated blinds are regarded as the highest energy-efficient and sound-absorbent of any window blind

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  • Vertical Blinds

    Vertical blinds

    Unlike horizontal blinds, vertical blinds are less likely to collect dust due to the fact that they stand vertically. Since they draw to the side versus lifting and lowering they operate better on doors and windows that also slide from side to side. Generally they require less effort and are faster to operate.

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  • Electric powered blinds

    Electric powered blinds

    Electrically operated or powered blinds enable you to operate a blind system which is remotely controlled. Most blinds can be fitted to be remotely operated. As well as enhancing the appeal and functionality of your home they assist in the operation of controlling light in commercial settings such as conference halls or boardrooms.

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  • Roman Blinds

    Roman blinds

    Roman blinds when opened stack up evenly; when covering the full window height, they are smooth without overlapping. Roman blinds can be purchased with a Blackout fabric lining on the back to fully block out sunlight. Unlike other blinds such as Roller, Vertical, and Venetian blinds, Romans offer no option to protect against high temperatures or moisture, making them unsuitable for bathrooms.

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  • Conservatory Blinds

    Conservatory blinds

    Conservatories are often not used to their full potential due to the ambient temperature making them less comfortable at certain times of the year. This can easily be prevented by implementing better temperature control measures. Having opening glazed panels or having underfloor heating certainly help, however conservatory blinds may provide a far less disruptive and cost effective alternative

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  • Luxaflex Blinds

    Luxaflex Blinds

    Westcountry Blinds are a Luxaflex inspiration dealer. We are proud to be associated with Luxaflex who are regarded as a leading manufacturer in the blinds sector. As an inspiration dealer we are able to offer the complete luxaflex range available to view at our Hayle showroom in Cornwall.

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  • Blind measuring guide

    • Measuring inside window reveal:

      1. Measure the length from the top of the reveal to the sill in several places as your window may not be square, and choose the length that best suits. This is the finished length of your blind.

      2. Measure the width of the reveal at its narrowest point. Subtract 2cm from the reveal width; allowing for a 1cm clearance to each side. This gives your finished width.

      3. Choose a mechanism and to which side this will hang.

      Tip: Ensure that the blind is far enough away from the window handles to prevent obstruction. You may need to fix the blind to the ceiling of the reveal.

    • Blinds Internal measurements
    • Measuring outside the window reveal:

      1. Decide on your preferred blind position. The top of the blind usually looks best at 10cm above the reveal. For the hem position, blinds usually fall 5-15cm below the sill (or to the sill if the sill projects). Measure the length between the top of the blind and the hem position. This is the finished length (measure in several places to find the length that best suits).

      2. Measure the reveal width. Now decide how much the blind is to overhang beyond the reveal and add this to your reveal width (usually at least 5cm to each side, check for obstructions). This gives your finished width.

      3. Choose a mechanism and to which side this will hang.

    • Blind External measurements
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