Outdoor PVC Blind are installed to the outside of your window or patio to block the sun light partially before they reach your interior, makes the room cool and greatly reducing air-conditioning costs. It is much more effective at stopping heat than interior shading products like interior blinds or residential window tinting and glass film. PVC outdoor blinds provides daytime privacy while still allowing natural light and visibility on the inside. It can lower interior temperature as much as possible. PVC outdoor blinds are designed to be long lasting and durable in extremely hot climates and can even be left up through the winter. These blinds helps to reduce the glare while still allowing lots of ambient light to enter. The PVC Blinds can help to prevent the doors, windows, furniture and other valuable products in the interior from sunlight. The blinds can be easily cleaned by the garden hose. It can save your inner porch from rain & wind.
1. Balcony in apartments and individual houses.
2. In patio and for covering gazebos or semi open spaces.
3. For covering Car shed
4. For using in hill station area
Yes. Outdoor PVC Blinds can withstand any weather condition. It can be used in places where it rains heavily like hill stations or windy areas.
We can manufacture outdoor PVC Blinds in any size. Due to the cost constraint, the minimum billing quantity will be 12 sq.ft.
The max width of the one blind is 6 ft. If the window size is more than 6 ft, then it will be installed with 2 or more equal parts. For example if it's 30 ft, then it will be of 5 blinds each with 6 ft width
There is no limitation in the height for outdoor blinds, but if it's more than 20 feet height, then it will be difficult to roll the blinds
Except one or two shade, rest all the blinds will have upto 20% see through level.
All these outdoor blinds shades will completely block rain water passing inS-94. Blackout blinds. Will block sunlight passing in completely
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