Are you considering a purchase of Roller Blinds? If so, you may need professional advice. Your mind is probably occupied with picking out the right furniture, debating paint colors, or deciding on the best floor for your room when you’re decorating. But this guide is here to offer you some useful tips.
Roller Blinds help you save space
Roller Blinds are a good option if you have a small living room, kitchen, home office, or bedroom. Whether they’re rolled up or down, their simple, room-improving design blends in seamlessly with windows (especially if you choose a neutral color); unlike curtains, they won’t get tangled in window sills, radiators, or other pieces of furniture.
Blackout or Sheer?
Consider whether you want to completely block out light or opt for a fabric that filters it before making your choice. To achieve complete darkness with roller blinds, use a blackout fabric or place it outside your window frames.
Waterproof Roller Blinds should be used in bathrooms and kitchens
When sauces fly everywhere, and grease splatters appear on every surface, kitchens can be a bit of a disaster zone. On the other hand, Curtains are not the best option for your room. A better alternative is to use wipeable, waterproof rollers.
For roof windows, go with roller blinds
How do you decorate the windows in your roof or loft? There’s no better option than Roller Blinds when it comes to blocking out glare and softening the light. Velux’s roller blinds are perfect for bedrooms because they provide complete darkness and are available in 42 different colors.
Thermal blinds save energy
There are various options for thermal or energy-efficient Roller Blinds, but they all work in the same way. With older windows that don’t provide you with the best insulation, they do their job with new ones.
Use Roller Blinds with other window treatments
Because of their small size, Roller Blinds can be used in conjunction with other window coverings. Installing a blackout roller blind in a bedroom is a great way to get the softness of sheer curtains without sacrificing a good night’s sleep. We guarantee you won’t even notice if you choose something in a neutral shade.
Set up Motorized Roller Blinds
If you have floor-to-ceiling windows, Motorized Roller Blinds may be worth the investment because they can raise and lower the blinds all at once.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Even if your Roller Blinds are motorized, cordless, or chained, cleaning it is the same process.
- The chain (if applicable), the front, back, and brackets should be dusted with a microfiber cloth or feather duster. Its lifespan is extended by preventing dust buildup, which usually interferes with its working mechanisms, by dusting it regularly.
- A combination of warm water and laundry-used detergent can remove stains from the fabric. A damp sponge can be used to remove the stain gently. Avoid using bleaching chemicals on the blinds, resulting in discoloration.
- Cleaning your roller blinds requires a gentle touch. A vacuum cleaner’s soft brush works well for this.
Our Roller Blinds are Specifically Designed to Withstand the Canada’s Weather
Our high-quality materials for your blinds are designed to stand up to Canada’s weather, so you can rest assured your blinds will last a long time even if they get damaged by the weather. They are durable and long lasting and we’ll ensure their high quality. You can install all of the items and Roller Blinds we sell on your own, but if you’re too busy or don’t know how to do it, our experts are always available to assist you.