Frequently Asked Questions
My kids wake up early in the morning. Is there a blind to darken the room?
Yes, blackout roller blinds have proven very popular. They are available in a range of colours. If are just replacing one in a front room it is best to match up with your existing colour scheme. Wood venetian blinds also offer a way off blocking light into your room and have become very popular in recent times.
Where can I repair my blinds?
We provide a repair service for all types of window blind. It can often be as simple as re-cording or replacing some chain or friction mechanism. Roller blinds with discolouring and certain stains can be re-scalloped and made to look like new. Please note that blinds discoloured due to cigarette smoke can not be cleaned or repaired, replacing the fabric is the only option in this case.
How do I measure my window for blinds?
Regardless of the type of blind required the most important think to bear in mind is that the window size can vary from top to bottom. For the width measure LH – RH at the top,
What kind of blinds do you do?
We have a huge selection of blinds on offering including duo blinds, roman blinds, venetian blinds, Velux, vertical, wooden blinds, roller blinds. We will find the most suitable blinds for kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, childrens’ rooms, and more.
What areas of Dublin do you service?
Our blinds service in Dublin is for all of the county including: Adamstown, Ardcath, Ardgillan Demesne, Artane, Ashtown, Balbriggan, Balbriggan Harbour, Balcartie, Balcultry, Baldoyle, Balgriffin, Balheary, Ballinteer, Ballsbridge, Ballyboden, Ballybough, Ballyboughal, Ballybrack, Ballycoolin, Ballyfermot, Ballygall, Ballymount, Ballymun, Ballyroan, Bayside, Beaumont, Belfield, Bishop Street, Blackhorse, Blackrock, Blanchardstown, Bluebell, Bohernabreena, Booterstown, Brackenstown, Brittas, Broadstone, Cabinteely, Cabra, Capel Street Area, Cappagh, Carrickmines, Castleknock, Chapelizod, Cherrywood, Christchurch, Churchtown, Citywest, Clanbrassil Street Area, Cloghran, Clonalvy, Clondalkin, Clonee, Clongriffin, Clonsilla, Clonskeagh, Clontarf, Coolock, Corduff, Cornelscourt, Courtlough, Crumlin, Dalkey, Dame St-Georges St,Darndale, Deansgrange, Delahasey, Docklands, Dollymount, Dolphin’s Barn, Donabate, Donaghmede, Donnybrook, Donnycarney, Drimnagh, Drumcondra, Dubber, Dublin Airport, Dundrum, Dun Laoghaire, East Wall, Edmondstown, Fairview, Fatima, Finglas, Firhouse, Foxrock, Gardiner Street, Amiens Street, Garristown, Glasnevin, Glasthule, Glenageary, Glencullen, Goatstown, Grafton Street, South William Street, Grand Canal, Grand Canal Dock, Grangegorman, Greenhills, Harcourt St, Camden St, Wexford St, Harmonstown, Harold’s Cross, Harristown, Howth, Inchicore, Irelands Eye, Irishtown, Islandbridge, James St Area, Jobstown, Kilbarrack, Killeek, Killester, Killiney, Kilmacud, Kilmainham, Kilsallaghan, Kilternan, Kimmage, Kingswood, Kings Inns, Kinsealy, Knocklyon, Kylemore, Leopardstown, Liberties, Liffey Valley, Lispopple, Loughlinstown ,Loughshinny, Lucan, Lusk, Malahide, Marino, Merrion Square, Milltown, Monkstown, Mount Merrion, Mulhuddart, Naas Road, Naul, Newcastle, Newlands Cross, Northern Cross, North Beach, North Strand, North Wall, O’Connell Street, Oldbawn, Oldtown, Ongar, Oxmantown, Palmerstown, Parkwest, Phibsborough, Phoenix Park, Poppintree, Portmarnock, Portobello, Portrane, Priorswood, Quays Towards Heuston, Raheny, Ranelagh, Rathcoole, Rathfarnham, Rathgar, Rathmichael, Rathmines, Rialto, Ringsend, Ring Commons, Rockbrook, Rolestown, Rosemount Business Park, Royal Canal Way, Rush, Rush an