The most commonplace requirement for sloping vertical blinds is in the application of the end window within a traditional lean-to conservatory. On occasion, this end of the conservatory is constructed from solid brick, requiring only decoration, however, where it has been constructed from glass, there will clearly be the requirement to create a degree of privacy, and by using a Sloping Vertical Blind in this instance, we can ensure that the privacy offered is fully adjustable, to the effect that you will be able to see out, but your neighbours will not be able to see in. Where the slope of the roof is relatively shallow, we can attach the slats to the travellers in the normal way, and both the tilt and draw operation is controlled in the usual manner, with the slats drawing back to the higher end of the room. Where we encounter a much steeper slope, we will use our slat length calculation method that incorporates the integration of a drop-spacer that still allows the slats to tilt through their full 180 degrees, whilst clearing the headrail mechanism once closed. As with our arched Vertical Blinds, where the slope becomes excessively steep, we may be required to fix the travellers securely in position so that the blind becomes a tilt only system and will not draw to the side, however, fully adjustable privacy is still afforded with 180 degree rotation of the slats allowed in both directions.
2010 Comparative Price Guide - 1m x 2m Sloping Blind - £70.00 (inc vat)
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