Venetian Roller blind

If you consider the way a Duo-Roll works, you could name it like this. The horizontal strips remind us of a venetian blind, while they roll up as well. You might say that a Duo-Roll combines the best of two worlds in one product. You can manage the illumination by shifting the strips relative to each other, but you can also clear a part of your window simply by operating the chain or with an electrical operation to raise the blind.

As you can already guess, the success of this product must be generated by its versatility.

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Electric roller blinds

For window decoration we automatically think off a manual operation via chain or cord. But there are solutions with a higher level of comfort, namely window decoration with electrical operation.



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DUETTE<sup>®</sup>

Ever since the arise of Duette® Shades, the pleated products have gained enormously in popularity. Duette® fabrics are pleated fabrics with a honeycomb structure. This causes a double layer which makes that the typical cords in the fabric are no longer visible.

The specific shape and structure of Duette® fabric brings along some technical specifications which make pleated blinds a very profitable type of window covering. The insulation value of Duette® Shade is in no way comparable with any other type of window covering.



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Megaview: 25mm slats that look like 50mm slats

We have created the Megaview system to create the same 'transparancy'. Megaview is a system with 25mm slats, but which gives a better look through and offers better light exposure. When opening the blind, the slats are stacked 2 by 2 which creates a 50mm look through. The perfect solution when you want to keep a nice view over your garden

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Ladder cord or ladder tape

As a finishing option of a wooden venetian blind, you could opt for ladder tape. This gives the blind a more sturdy look. In many cases this type of finishing is chosen in order to contrast with the slats or in order to coordinate with other interior elements. One can't argue about tastes, so up to you to decide which type of finishing you prefer.

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Electrical convenience, worth considering

If we say roller blind, we unprompted think about the accompanying operation chain. Too bad, because there is also a possibility to operate your roller blinds electrically. The motor is hidden in the tube of the blind, so you don’t need to compromise on elegance. The motor can be controlled with a switch or a remote control so you can operate your blinds to the exact position you want by simply pressing one button.

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