ROLLER BLINDS & SUNSCREENS
Luxaflex® Roller Blinds and Sunscreens are simple, decorative and functional. A choice of a single or twin bracket system, which allows you to combine two shades in one for a day and night solution. Styling can be consistent throughout your home, even though each window has a personalised prescription. Available in an extensive range of premium blockout fabrics, innovative light controlling
sunscreens and a number of motorised configurations.
To view the Luxaflex® collection of window furnishings or to discuss your blind requirements please visit a TRENZSEATER showroom today.
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LUXAFLEX® PLEATED BLINDS
The Luxaflex® Pleated Blind range provides true style and versatility. Pleated Blinds not only provide privacy, sun and light control, they look stunning in any setting from traditional through to easy living and ultra modern. Choose from a vast array of fade-resistant fabrics including pastels, neutrals and solid colours, in translucent through to opaque options.
Each fabric has a metallised backing to insulate your window against the heat of the summer sun, yet retaining warmth during the cold winter months. Metallised fabrics are made from Trevira CS 100% Polyester and are vacuum bonded with aluminium on the reverse side providing a consistent external appearance.
Combine 816 Transparent fabric with the 878 Non Transparent in the Luxaflex® Day/Night blind to provide night time privacy with day time versatility and UV protection.
All Luxaflex® Pleated Blinds are heat set to retain a crisp, neat appearance and when fully raised form a tightly packed narrow stack. Luxaflex® Pleated Blinds can be used for a wide variety of window shapes and sizes including skylights, arched and triangular.
Sleek and durable, Evo all-weather screens can maximise the usefulness of balconies and patios by providing protection from solar heat, wind, rain and insects. Choices include Evo Pivot Arm Awning that projects the fabric off the window, with the arms and fabric forming a canopy, allowing air to ﬂow behind the awning. A Side Tension Channel (STC), where the screens are fully secured down the sides. A Straight Drop, with hold-down straps or locking bolts to secure the base. Or a Cable Guide, which uses marine-grade stainless steel cable to tension the fabric.