Exceptional Control Of Daylight & Heat - Insect Screens - Concealment & Sliding Options
Sliding doors are brilliant but can be better with our blinds for sliding doors.
Sliding doors are a great way for us to be connected to the outside world, letting us open our home to the whole world. They are great for maximising daylight, meaning that you won't have to turn off the lights in the morning, and they are great for passive heat gain.
However, these hugely positive points do come with some negatives; much like waves at the beach - They are beautiful to watch and listen to when they crash, but it creates a very strong undercurrent making them dangerous. Much like these waves, your sliding doors have hidden problems that you may or may not have been aware of. The Sun can heat up your home extremely quickly during the hotter months, causing your home to get too hot. In contrast to this, your sliding doors will let a lot of the heat from your home radiate out during the winter month making your home extremely cold and causing a downdraft. Also, when the Sun shines through your windows it can cause glare and reflections on the screens in your home. The Sun can also cause your furnishings and home's interior to fade. Another big downfall of sliding doors is that they are big panes of glass that people passing by can see through into your home, jeopardizing your privacy.
Shading blinds for sliding doors create a beautiful look on the inside and out. Letting you see out. Providing heat rejection ond some privacy.
Blindspace blinds for sliding doors will create the minimalism that we all love! Providing your home with great elegance and beauty.
The Buy With Confidence Scheme operated by Trading Standards sets the bar high for your blinds' installation. Trading Standards conduct tests on our customer-facing processes to ensure that you can move ahead with the right supplier for you.
Our installers are the elite in the industry, They take immense pride in their work. You will find your blinds installer polite and you will see Henry the Hoover helping keep your home clean throughout the window film installation.