TOP DOWN / BOTTOM UP BLINDS
Special benefits or features of Top Down/Bottom Up Blinds
BLOCK SPECIFIC PARTS WHERE THE SUN IS INTERFERING
If you still want to allow most of the sunlight in and block a specific area, then these are the blinds that will suffice. Watch your favourite television event on a sunny day without glare and reflection.
VIEW THE SKY AND CLOUDS WITH AN OPEN TOP VIEW
If you have a really nice view from the higher aspect of your window, you can add privacy to the lower aspect and maintain that full open view.
HAVE FULL SHADE CONTROL AND THERMAL CONTROL
Use with a Duette blind and you will have the full flexibility of thermal efficiency to help insulate your rooms and have control solar gain in mid summer.
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Top Down Bottom Up Multi-zone Blinds are the latest and best system for
ultimate control. They allow the user to have the fabric operate like a
regular free hanging blind, and also allow the user to lower the fabric from
the top, revealing the upper aspect of the window. This provides the
ultimate choice in privacy and light control. Having top down control of the
fabric allows you to block overlooking and retain that view of the sky above.
If you have views of the sea, forests, mountains and still have homes or
people in the lower aspect, this will allow the user to retain that beautiful
view and retain full privacy. Great for coastal properties where your view
of the Sea and headlands are the greatest asset of your property.
At Bauhaus Blinds, we have a full range of 23 systems which include multizone, free-hanging, electric and battery-operated for Pleated and Duette fabrics. The top down bottom up system can be applied to shaped windows which include polygonal and triangular shapes. This then extends to conservatory roof blinds which we are both trained, experienced and can supply with both manual and electric control. With the battery or mains powered electric systems, the user can also use the home hub and smartphone app to operate them locally or remotely.