Seasonal opportunity for integral blinds

With late winter and early spring the peak period for homeowners preparing their homes for summer, now is the perfect time to promote the benefits of pleated blackout integral blinds, according to Morley Glass.

The manufacturer adds that it sees an annual increase in enquiries and quotes for the system in the first quarter of the year.

Pleated blackout Uni-Blinds are manufactured in the UK exclusively using ScreenLine integral blind systems and can be fitted into all kinds of new windows and doors as well as for retrofits.

It is available on short lead times in a variety of manual and motorised control systems. Customers can choose from eight different colours for the internal face of the high-quality blackout fabric.

Ian Short, MD of Morley Glass, said: “This year British Summer Time begins on 31st March which many of us will welcome, but for parents of young children, shift workers who need to sleep during the day, or for those with a cinema room or other space where bright sunshine affects its use, the April to September period comes with its problems.

“That’s where our pleated blackout integral blind can help. It is designed to provide darkness in an instant due to how it blocks light transmission in a way that Venetian blinds and standard vanity blinds won’t.”

The Uni-Blinds pleated blackout integral blind is ideally suited to retrofitting into existing window or door frames because it can be specified for slimmer double glazed units which have a 20mm cavity.

This is exclusively available from Morley Glass and makes the system more compatible with many older profile designs.