• Integral blinds often also called integrated blinds and even interstitial blinds (pronounced in ter sty shull) varies much in cost depending primarily the size of the glass sealed unit containing them as well as the quality of the integral blind cassette itself. The most highly regarded integrated blind available is probably the Sunshade integral blind system. They are available in over a dozen colours as standard and scores of colour options in orders of larger quantity. Both the cordless features and the colour range advantages have little effect on price when compared with the non cordless options. The cost of the colour options is the same for all sunshade sealed unit blinds choices. A further benefit aside from the value cost consideration are that these are in reality dust free blinds as they are inside double glazed sealed units. Dust has its cost in terms of health and appearance of a building or home. Additionally they can be considered to be anti bacterial blinds ideal for use with anti bacterial glass for use in windows and glazed partitions in clinical and healthcare environments. Home automation options such as remote control integral sealed unit blinds is also another factor that influences the cost of the integrated blinds. The remote control units do add moderate cost to the overall blinds project price but the convenience of use is probably worth every penny of investment. Conservatory blinds are transformed with the integral blind option as insect contamination is not a factor as with conventional pleated conservatory blinds or for that matter conservatory venetian blinds. This is because integral blinds are entirely enclosed within the glass double glazed windows and doors of the conservatory itself. Blinds for a conservatory home extension can cost well into four figures. Oh and incidentally... conservatory roof blinds.. Well yes they can be integral blinds also and they are not too frighteningly priced.

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