Integral Blinds

What are your options on how to dress your windows and doors to provide the privacy and shade that you need? Well, there’s a new age solution to an age old problem. This stand out solution is integral blinds, and the concept is brilliant. As opposed to a traditional curtain or blind where they are installed in your reveal, these blinds are enclosed within the double glazed unit itself. Being sealed inside the glass provides many benefits, as well as providing a sleek and uncluttered aesthetic. These game changing units are available in an array of styles and colours to suit all properties.

There are many benefits to integral blinds when compared with the traditional alternative of curtains or conventional blinds. Just how beneficial they are really depends on where and how they are being used. We would always suggest to speak to a member of our team to find out more, but we have listed some of the benefits below for you.

Made up of horizontal slats, Venetian blinds allow you to adjust the amount of light entering your home, even when the blinds are fully lowered. These blinds allow you to choose between light and privacy, by simply adjusting the direction of the slats.

Our stunning pleated blinds are available in both the vanity, and blackout fabric. This makes them a brilliant choice in a wide range of settings. Our pleated blinds are also available in a wide range of colours to ensure that they seamlessly blend with your decor.

Available in a wide range of colours, you should have no trouble in finding a blind from our range that fits the style and decor of any room in your home. To go further than this, each of our colours is rated for solar reflection, light reflection, and solar absorption. The colours differ depending on the chosen range of blinds, the best way to find out more is to contact a member of our helpful team.

A patented magnetic system with manual operation. Our corded blinds allow you to raise, lower, and tilt the blinds via a pull cord that operates the magnetic system. This system saves on space, by removing the requirement for a slide guide, but operation does take more time when compared with other mechanisms.

This innovative system encompasses a cleverly designed magnetic slider that controls the whole operation of the blinds. A magnetic slider and guide are situated on one side of the glass unit, and allow the blinds to be raised, lowered, and tilted, completely cord free. The removal of the cord also increases the speed of operation with this system.

Most of the benefits of a motorised system, but without adding to your electricity usage. Power generated from a small photovoltaic panel mounted on the exterior frame of your window or door also removes the need for an electrician. The energy from the sun keeps the batteries continuously charged up. But if they need an extra boost, you can charge them from a micro-USB connection.

The motorised system features a small internal motor integrated within the blind headrail. This control unit can also be integrated with many home automation systems. As well as this, you can even synchronise groups of blinds so that they can all be controlled together. As with all of our systems, you can lower, raise, and tilt the blinds, but this time it can all be done with the simple click of a button.

At MPS we have a wealth of knowledge and expertise at your disposal. If you would like to find out more about how integral blinds could work in your home, or have any other glazing requirements, then our helpful team are here to assist you. We offer a free, bespoke design service to ensure that we can provide a solution that perfectly matches your requirements.

To find out more about how our glazing products could benefit you, call our team on 01395 268712 or you can also use our contact form below.

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