Have you spent more on your renovations that expected and still have to do something to dress up your windows? You want something that looks good but is not that expensive. Roller Blinds may be your answer.

Affordable

Roller blinds are widely used in Australian households, because of their availability and affordability. Roller Blinds are available in some standard sizes and neutral colours, but selecting to have them made to measure for your windows, in the colours of your choice, is also an affordable option.

Roller Blinds

Easy to Install and Maintain

Roller Blinds (ready-made) come with easy instructions on how to install and maintain them. If you have ordered a custom made blind, you most likely will be guided by the suppliers on how to install your new blinds, or, at a small additional cost, you can have them installed for you. The blinds are easy to clean and as the most common material is plastic, it is water resistant and will look clean as new when wiped dry.

Roller Blind over Door

Suits Multiple Purposes

The roller blinds cater to a variety of your needs, such as blocking out the outdoors to provide privacy and creating personal space. Whether it is for bedrooms, bathrooms or living areas, Roller Blinds suit all the needs. Whether you need direct open ventilation or just light percolating through your windows, Roller Blinds are a good option for you to consider.

Double Roller Blinds

Customise

Giving a personal touch to your space is every homemaker’s dream. So why not to your blinds too? You could choose the colour, the look and texture of your Roller Blinds by just paying a little more. Keeping in mind the room where you intend the blinds to be placed will help you choose the material for it.

Sheer Elegance Roller Blinds

If you are a first home buyer or a seasoned renovator, Roller Blinds are the best solution for draping your windows and doors for all seasons.

Contact us on 07 4639 2535 for a Free Measure and Quote and to view the wide range of blinds available.

 

The forecast is for a long very hot summer. The heat can be unbearable, especially if you are stuck indoors. Our air-conditioners work over time during the sunnier months. But blinds can also help keep you cool. Below are a number of blinds that will help you beat the heat:

Roller Blinds

There’s no greater provider of atmosphere and ambience, in any room of any home, than light. Roller blinds come in screen, translucent, or blockout fabric types, and are able to allow various levels of natural light in, based on the type of material you choose.

Roman Blinds

Battling the heat is a big task when the sun is shining through your window all day. Roman blinds come in a variety of fabrics that not only block out the sunlight but act as insulation. The block out capabilities of roman blinds’ fabrics also help you through those summer nights where you just want to relax in a dim, cosy space.

Vertical Blinds

Vertical Blinds come with simple, easy-to-use controls that rotate the slats through 180° giving absolute control over the light and the desired level of privacy. Vertical Blind fabrics vary from total block out to light filtering, allowing you to control the amount of light and heat which enters your room.

Wooden & Aluminium Venetian Blinds

Direct sunlight in your living room or bedroom makes a big difference in comfort, especially during Summer days. While fabric blinds are a great way to help dim the room and insulate the space, some sunlight still gets through the softer materials. Venetian Blinds are a helpful alternative for those who don’t want to install dense blackout shades but still want to keep sunlight away.

 

      

   

Contact Complete Blinds today on 07 4639 2535 and we can help you find the perfect window treatment for Summer. 

 

 

Awnings come in all shapes and sizes and you’ll often see them covering a patio or outdoor area.

But did you know that awnings are an excellent way to add privacy and shade to the exterior of your home? Awnings, in general, serve different purposes and are best suited for different areas in the home. Knowing which ones are best suited for which area will go a long way to ensuring that your awning lasts a long time. 

Different Types of Awnings

Some awnings are permanent structures, some are movable, temporary structures, and some are somewhere in between.

Awnings that are attached to the side of a home or building that stay out permanently are called fixed awnings and come in a range of styles and materials. 

Semi-permanent awnings also have different types and styles. You can have semi-permanent awnings that move in and out on their own with the push of a button. These are called folding arm awnings or retractable awnings. 

There are also awnings that have fabric stretched over a frame which can be raised or lowered as required. 

The less permanent ones also include stand-alone awnings. They can help shade your backyard or any area that you are seeking to block out the environment be it the sun, or wind. These can be great for creating wind-shields or shaded seating areas in your backyard.



The difference between an awning and a window awning

Window awnings are just one type of awning that are used on the exterior of windows. The difference is that these awnings can also be made of different textures and materials that serve different purposes. There are some that hold up well to extreme weather conditions, shielding the window from the elements and help keep out the cold. As well as others that are made more to block out the sun and provide a little shade to the window.

Drop Arm Awning

Some of them are made to be left out permanently. These are built with stronger, resilient materials while others are made to be closed-up and brought back in except when it is needed to be out.

As you can see, not all awnings, especially window awnings, are the same. Those shown above are only the beginning of the range available. If you are looking for awnings or any other type of window treatments call us at Complete Blinds. With years of experience, we can help you get the perfect awning for your environment and needs.