External Roller Blinds in 200 Metalwork Colours

Currently our exterior solar shading systems are available in a number of standard hardware (metalwork) finishes, including pure white and dark chocolate brown – the 2 most popular metalwork colour options selected in the UK due to our houses being fitted with white and woodgrain effect uPVC windows / soffits, which most people wish to blend their blind metalwork with.

However, over the past year we have noticed a significant increase in the number of people wishing to have their external blind framework in an alternate colour to the standard options. This is partially down to the increase in choice of uPVC window and soffit colours, plus the rise in popularity of aluminium windows that are available in infinite colourways and a degree down to people wishing to co-ordinate/contrast with the façade rather than match the windows.

Whilst we have always offered an option to have the metalwork of our external blinds polyester powdercoated to any RAL colour (a colour matching system used throughout Europe), this has attracted a surcharge and increased the lead time by several weeks.

We are pleased to announce that with immediate effect we are now offering our external roller blinds and roof blinds in any RAL colour at no extra charge. That’s a choice of over 200 metalwork colours all at the same price, in combination with numerous fabric ranges and designs to give you a truly bespoke shading solution that represents exceptional value for money, fitted by the UK’s only External Shading Experts.

Our product literature will be updated accordingly over the coming months to reflect this, however, all quotations will now show any metalwork colour at the same price. And if you’ve already received a quotation off us but not progressed to order yet, you will now be able to select any hardware colour at the price you have already been quoted.

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