"I'll send you some photos when I've finished decorating the room. Many years on and they're still going strong. You are a good company and true to your word." Mrs. Hun
Over the past seven years we at shade sail blinds.com have experienced a year on year growth, thanks to our innovative, stylish and contemporary designer shading solutions. This sustained growth has enabled us to invest heavily in our production and design capabilities. So much so, that the time has now come for us to ally ourselves with a select few professional “local representative companies” to help us expand our customer supply and installation network. As a local representative you will be given access to full training and be fully backed by our office assistance, providing support from us where necessary. Based upon cutting edge fabric technology, bespoke design and fabrication [...]
The installer arrived and installed the sails which look really nice and do just what I want them to do. However I was a little disappointed in the position and size of the holes for the skylight fittings but the installer took pics to show and see if anything could be done, he said he would explain the problem. It’s amazing how such a simple idea works so well – and I’m sorry you had such problems with getting the fabric BUT THE WAIT WAS WORTH IT – Kind Regards, H.J.
The company has been very efficient and has kept us informed throughout the entire process. The parcel was delivered on the day you specified, beautifully package and as soon as we are able, we will put it in a place and get back to you straight away. Thank you for all your help. We would certainly recommend you to our friends. Yours faithfully, S. A.
Thanks, Shade Sail Blinds. The sails look great and already dampen down the light really well. See if you can work out what I am thinking of the two extra shade sails, Regards L.M.”
To many fabric is fabric is fabric……right? Wrong! After all if they can sell stretched pants in supermarkets now for just £5, all similar types of fabrics must be cheap…..Again WRONG! When we at Shade Sail Blinds.com began to develop our stretched conservatory, roof lantern and roof light shade sails, we trailed up to sixty different types of stretched fabrics from across the globe, as we searched for the ideal fabric. We began our search by focusing on fabrics which gave use the right UV protection “between 80%-90%”, then we looked at fabrics which provided us with just the right of amount of natural daylight to pass through; then we [...]
"Thanks, Design Team. The sails look great and already dampen down the light really well. See if you can work out what I am thinking for the two extra shade sails" Regards, Lia
"We absolutely love our sail blinds - they look amazing in our conservatory and fit with our contemporary decor throughout our home. Frankly, they make all of our friends' traditional blinds appear rather dreary! The whole process of ordering the blinds was so easy and they were super simple to fix to our conservatory roof when they arrived. We are a very happy customer. Thank you so much! Kinds regards, A. W. "
Dear Sirs, "Just to say, we are absolutely delighted with our new Sail Blinds for our conservatory, they look really smart and certainly make a difference in keeping the conservatory cool. We have already had numerous compliments from friends and family and would certainly recommend the product and the service to any potential new customer. Thank you so much! " Kind regards, Mr. Burrell [...]
Evolution of the Conservatory Industry The conservatory and Garden Room shade blind industry have started to initiate significant change within the conservatory sector, as customers demand more from the space. These changes “mentioned below” have forced an Evolution of the Conservatory Industry sector itself. As such, conservatory Companies are having to implement a completely different construction design and marketing approach to maintaining growth in the market. For a while, the demand for conservatories was far greater than industry expectations. The marketplace ‘boomed’ as conservatories became common alternatives to traditional extensions due to reduced costs and the promise of an ‘outdoor indoor’ living space. Unfortunately, conservatories have a few disadvantages, including [...]