Dual Roller Blind

  • Sometimes called day/night blinds.

  • 2 styles of blinds on 1 window. 

  • A sunscreen blind on the front.  A blockout blind at the back. Or vis versa.

  • Use the sunscreen during the day to keep the heat out but be able to look outside.

  • Put the blockout blind down at night to create warmth and texture in a room and add extra insulation.

  • Greater insulation as you are slowing down heat/cool coming from the window.

  • Huge variety of colour variations and combinations.

  • Can be motorised or manually operated.

  • On display at the Premier Shades showroom at Wyoming.

  • Can be linked to span an extra big window.

We offer a free NO PRESSURE measure and quote with a trained window furnishing consultant inside your home or office. Contact us to organise a Quote or a Free In Home Measure and Quote.

We are more than happy to quote over the phone or by email. Call us on 4324 8800 or you can come and see our Blinds, Shutters and Awnings showroom at Wyoming on the Central Coast.

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