Roller blinds supplied and installed in Whitstable
All our roller blinds are bespoke and made to measure to your requirements, often by us in our unit in Whitstable we only use high quality components mainly from Louvolite and Eclipse, so we can be happy to put our name to your blind.
We have a wide range of classic to contemporary fabrics with something to suit all types of windows and needs. Many of the fabrics are designed with reflective backing (spc) to help glare on computer or tv screens with an easy to read key on the back of all samples to help guide you to the perfect choice, the majority of the fabrics can also be made in vertical blinds so if you have different types of windows in the same room this can be done with matching fabrics.
A number of the fabrics we offer have flame retardant and ultra fresh properties so are well suited to the commercial blind market. Ultra fresh is an anti fungal and anti bacterial treatment with in the fabric so ideal for the health care sector.
Also be sure to take a look at the very popular Vision blind range for a little something different, this unique type of blind has the discreet aspect of a roller blind when fully up, the privacy of a net curtain when down and open but with an ultra modern feel, then when closed the full privacy of a standard roller blind, being mounted within a cassette also means all the components are hidden.
In the louvolite collection there are some very nice black out patterned fabrics so you can have the best light control as well as style, take a look through the online books to see for yourself, click the sample books to the right.
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"I was Introduced to Danny at Pro-fit , by a friend of mine. He has since done a number of shutters, rails and blinds for myself and a number of my clients. He is always on time and keeps me informed at all time about deliveries and time scales. All of us have been extremely pleased with both the service he gives and the products.
Danny always listens to what effect I am trying to achieve and goes that extra length to track down new products for some of the more difficult window dressings." D Hanson, Canterbury