Com-pleat-ly Blinding!

Com-pleat-ly Blinding!

British Blinds offers the full range of Unipleat honeycomb and pleated blinds including the Colours, Duette, Classic, Inspired, Designer and Intu collections. Available in a stunning array of the latest on-trend colours and fashionable designs most of the Unipleat blinds have an ASC (Advanced Solar Control) backing. These fabrics can improve the energy efficiency in your home by keeping the heat in during winter and keeping your home cool in the summer. Also available are dedicated performance fabrics such as Fire Retardant for use in kitchens or Blackout for a bedroom or study. Child safety is an important feature which should always be considered when young children are present in the home. British Blinds recommends that all free-hanging Unipleat pleated blinds are supplied with cord cleats and/or breakaway tassels. The Unipleat Intu Blind System has no free-hanging cord loops, making them one of the safest blinds available.


The Unipleat 25mm pleated system has been designed to fit an extensive variety of installations and, because of its flexibility, is especially suited to conservatory roofs. The headrail has an aesthetically shaped appearance and is available in powder-coated white and brown as well as anodised aluminium. The blind is raised and lowered using colour-coordinated cord which, when located in to the cord lock allows the blind to be positioned at your preferred height. Because of the patented Unipleat pleat retention system, your blind always retains a perfect shape in both free-hanging and roof installations. The comprehensive range of speciality brackets and fixing plates means the blinds are easily fitted into those awkward installations associated with conservatory roofs.

British Blinds can undertake all aspects of measuring, design, fabrication and installation of your Unipleat blinds - call today to arrange an appointment with your local British Blinds expert - 0800 881 8855.

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