Preventive Measures Against COVID-19 and Continued Business

Health & Safety Update Caribbean BlindsThe COVID-19 virus is impacting businesses in many different ways and is creating challenges for us all. At Caribbean Blinds, like many other businesses we have put in place increased preventative measures to protect and ensure the well being of our team and the wider public whilst ensuring business remains as normal across all divisions; residential, commercial, contract and trade.

We have large stocks of all product extrusions, fabrics, mechanisms and controls, enabling us to undertake all current and new projects to normal leadtimes. Our showsite remains open and we are continuing to carry out surveys and installations, with our team working harder than ever to meet customer needs.

We want to re-assure you that we will never send anyone to site that has shown or been in contact with anyone that has shown symptoms of covid-19. We would ask that you aid us in managing this epidemic by postponing any survey/installation if anyone within your household is suffering from even a mild cough or low fever (37.3 C or more) or has been in contact with anyone showing these symptoms.

We are continuing to monitor this unprecedented situation daily and will adapt our business in line with government guidelines.

With many of us now facing staycations in 2020 and Summer just around the corner, now is the ideal time to invest in external shading, enabling you to make the most of your Home & Garden. Take a look through our website to discover the innovative external shading systems available, request a free estimate or book a no obligation site survey and consultation. Enhance your lifestyle this year with a premium outdoor living or solar shading solution proudly made right here in the UK.

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