Vertical Blinds

Vertical Blinds For Retail


Vertical blinds offer aesthetic distinction together with effective solar control, and are available with a superior range of options and variations from Enviroscreen.

Vertical blind systems have similar advantages to Venetian blinds in providing flexible shading. The hanging louvres can be drawn across a window as well as twisted through 180° to direct or screen sunlight as required.

They have the added benefit of avoiding dust collection when in a vertical orientation, and are sometimes preferred for their overall appearance. Weights at the bottom of fabric vertical louvres ensure that blinds hang straight and they are often connected to maintain the desired distance between louvres.

A wide choice of operation styles falls principally into manual or electric, with the choice of mono or dual within manual operation. Electric operation can be via hand-held remote controls or wall switches, offering ultimate convenience and prestige.

Custom Choice

Blinds can be manufactured to suit curved, sloped and  tapered recesses with a range of materials including flame retardant dim-out or blackout fabrics, rigid PVC and aluminium louvres.

Skylight Solutions

Verticals can also be used to great effect in horizontal skylight situations. Tensioned between twin tracks, louvres remain taut, twisting and drawing across the opening via manual or motorised operation.

Improved Coverage

We offer significant experience in vertical blind systems and manufacture systems that cover larger window areas than other types of blinds. Extra wide louvres can also be made on special request.

Interior Ambience

The particular light controlling elements of vertical blind louvres can also be used to create elegant interior design statements with use of harmonizing vibrant and muted colour tones.

Contact Us

Enviroscreen Systems

Swift House,
13 Ronsons Way,
St Albans,
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01727 220 007

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