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By: Ecoshade  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Roller Blinds

Contemporary Transformation:
One of the oldest types of blinds, the roller blind is making a comeback in contemporary home design. Ecoshade Roller Blinds are an extremely popular choice for homeowners wanting a streamlined reliable and practical privacy and sun control. The choice of Sunfilter and Blockout Roller Blinds, or both, and innovations in operation add to the desirability of ecoshade Roller Blinds.   

Easy Control:

Standard Roller Blinds are operated by means of a chain on one side which allows the blind to be easily raised or lowered. Ecoshade’s Double Roll system enables both a blockout and sunfilter blind to be hung on one window. Easy-Link combines multiple blinds operated by one control.


Ecoshade specialize in motorisation which enables ease of control and eliminates cords and chains – a sophisticated and superior window treatment solution.

Hard Wearing Hardware:

The highest grade UV resistant components require no further attention during the life of the blind.  All components and materials used in ecoshade Roller Blinds are corrosion resistant and suitable for use in bathrooms and damp areas.


The Australian made polyester used in ecoshade blinds is manufactured to very high standards in order to resist fading, fraying and shrinking.  All fabrics have a protective coating that is fade and mildew resistant and very easy to clean.

Fashion Colours:

Ecoshade customers have a choice of over 200 colours with new ranges introduced each year to reflect design and interior trends.

Use and Care:
Always operate manual roller blinds with the chain directly up and down – do not operate from the sides.  Frequent dusting of the fabric will help avoid dust/dirt buildup. To clean spots and marks sponge with mild soapy luke warm water.

Keywords: Roller Blinds

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