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Intu Blind FAQ’s Scotland
Intu Blind FAQ’s discussed by Select Blinds


Intu Blind FAQ’s
BriefingWire.com, 3/25/2020 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Scotland, UK - Intu Blind FAQ’s discussed by Select Blinds

Intu blinds are often seen as a versatile alternative to Perfect Fit Blinds. Their innovative no-drill blind system means there is no drilling or screwing required to fit them to your windows, doors or conservatory making them a great and easy addition to any home or property. An Intu Blind snap-fits to the window or door pane making them easy to fit, open, close and keep clean.

What is an Intu Blind?

An Intu Blind fits into the frame of your window or door and they come in 3 different types of blind; Roller, Venetian and Pleated. Unlike a Perfect Fit Blind which has a four-sided frame, Intu Blinds have a head-rail that houses the tensioned blind material with the bottom rail which you use to open and close the blind. Two discreet side channels run the length of the window and this keeps the blind under constant tension and enables the full use of the window or door ensuring the blind doesn’t swing.

How does an Intu Blind work?

Intu blinds have a headrail which clips into the top of the window frame and the blind material runs up and down the window frame guided by a discreet cord that runs down either side of the window frame which keeps the blind under constant tension making them easy to open and close.

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How does an Intu Blind open and close?

An Intu Blind fits flush to the glass pane and inside the window frame which means you can fully open the window or door whether it opens inwards or outwards. A Venetian Intu blind opens by you tilting the slats using the top bar, offering full or partial privacy, or you can use the top or bottom panel to push it up or down to open or close it. Pleated Intu blinds can be pushed down from the top leaving just the top part of your window exposed or pushed up from the bottom leaving the bottom party of your window exposed making them a really versatile blind with lots of privacy and shade options.

How is an Intu Blind Fitted?

An Intu blind is easily fitted and just clips into the frame of your window or door pane in just minutes with no drilling or holes needed. Simple brackets fit into the window bead, tensioning the blind which means there are no hanging cords or pulley systems making them one of the safest blinds available.

Intu BlindWhat material do Intu Blinds come in?

Professional blind companies like Select Blinds have a huge range of materials, colours and patterns available for you to choose from across the 3 blind types when it comes to their made to measure Intu Blinds.

What patterns can Intu Blinds be in?

You can choose patterned material for your roller or pleated Intu Blinds and a good blind company will have a huge range for you to choose from.

What colours can Intu Blinds come in?

Intu Blinds extremely versatile and they come in a range of materials, patterns and colours, with an added blackout option available from some professional blind companies.

If you are looking for Intu Blinds for your home or business in areas across Scotland and you won’t find a more professional and customer-focused service than ours. Contact us today on 0808 301 9018 and one of our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have or to book in your free measuring and fitting service for you.

Find out everything you need to know here: www.selectblinds.co.uk/intu-blind-faqs/

 
 
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