What Are the Different Types of Roller Blinds and Which One Should I Buy?

As one of the most versatile members of the blind family, roller blinds are also one of the most economical window dressing options. Any window, skylight, or conservatory window can be dressed with roller blinds. Roller blinds offer the best features of ease of use, excellent privacy effects, and the ability to customize each blind for a specific application – for example, blackout blinds and dim-out blinds. With roller blinds, you can pull together the look of a room, or you can fade into the background – it’s all up to you.

What Are the Different Types of Roller Blinds

We offer a wide variety of roller blinds at Curtain Master, in various styles, functionalities, and purposes. Therefore, depending on your window and the needs of your room, we can advise you on the right blind. Here’s a quick look at what we have to offer, so you can make an informed decision. Keep in mind that all our blinds are bespoke made for your requirements. We’re always here to talk you through your needs, so you get the maximum benefit from your product.

Cord Operated Roller Blinds

Chain operated blinds are a popular choice of furnishing in the world of furniture. To prevent the dreaded tugging and pulling often experienced by roller blinds, a good roller blind must be strong and balanced. The fabric weight and window width must be balanced so that the blind moves smoothly when operated. Standard aluminium barrels are available. At Curtain Master, we focus on attention to detail to ensure that you get the perfect operation from your blinds to create the perfect amount of strength and tension.

Electric Roller Blinds

Electric roller blinds from Curtain Master come with a variety of benefits and advantages. A motorized blind operates more smoothly than a traditional pull-down blind, creating a sleeker appearance. Electric roller blinds can be operated remotely from anywhere in your home; you do not need to be close to the window to operate them, which is great for hard-to-reach windows. Child safety is greatly improved by the lack of operating cords. Last but not least, adding security when you are away is always a good idea. Motorised roller blinds work through timers, so even if you are not there, your blinds will close automatically, giving the impression that you are still at home.

For more information about fabric roller blinds or to request a quote, feel free to get in touch with the Curtain Master team today.