Roller Blinds Melbourne
Our popular custom-made roller blinds are available in a wide range of fabrics and colours. Roller blinds are also known as Holland Blinds. The quality mechanisms we use ensure a long life span and durable product. This modern-looking blind is easy to operate with a standard, chain control mechanism. Motorised roller blinds are also available.
Roller blinds can suit every situation and budget. Practical and affordable, they can perfectly complement any room in your house. Choose your roller blinds with either a blackout or light filtering fabric depending on your needs. Roller blinds with blackout fabrics will keep your room dark while light-filtering fabrics allow light to enter your room. Select from different finishes such as an aluminium base rail available in many colours, the traditional roller blind plain finish or a “fancy” finish such as a wave scallop. At Complete Blinds, we make our blinds using top-of-the-range equipment which ensures the fabric has been perfectly cut to size and won’t fray.
Roller blinds in Melbourne homes and businesses are very popular and have many advantages. Most roller blinds are flexible and easy to operate. They add an extra edge to the décor and are very useful when needing blackout blinds. Blackout roller blinds are often used in rooms or office spaces that require sunlight to be blocked out or dimmed where light filtering in will not be an issue. Kitchen roller blinds are practical, stylish and useful as they can be operated by anyone. In this space, you often see double roller blinds, because they have an additional screen behind them. Double roller blinds are also used when there is a wall with numerous windows.
One of the standout features of roller blinds is their durability. These are specially made with quality fabric and have steel tubes as part of their construction. The operational systems used to make these blinds are top-notch, ensuring years of use and function. An additional advantage is their ability to withstand sunlight due to the UV material used in the design. Roller blinds are very good window coverings for skylights and bay windows. Additionally, wider windows or patio doors usually look very good with roller blinds.
If you’re looking for an enhanced look in your home or office, roller blinds add durability, privacy, and elegance. With the ability to withstand varying climates, temperatures, and consistent use, this is a beneficial choice when considering using roller blinds in Melbourne homes and offices. Most of the time when roller blinds are used, they are the only window treatment needed. With so many styles of material and colours, any décor can be complemented. Additionally, when light is needed or has to be dimmed, these blinds work with great efficiency. You will also find roller blinds used in bathrooms, living rooms, and bedrooms.
One of the best things about these types of blinds is the ease in which they can be cleaned. While most window treatments can be a challenge to keep dust and dirt from collecting, these blinds can be dusted with little to no worry. A wet cloth or duster can quickly eliminate any particles or dirt. In the event heavy cleaning needs to be done, the team at Complete Blinds can provide specific instructions on how to clean or replace parts of the blind.
Having these blinds customised brings variety and distinctness to any space. Whether traditional or modern, the colours and styles chosen can be the focal point of the room.
Although they can be pricey, having custom roller blinds for windows made directly from us saves you time and money.
When choosing roller blinds, it is important to think of the configuration. Will you need blinds that are operated by hand, or will a motorised look and feel work better? The second consideration is the style. Roller blinds should always be selected based on the overall theme and look of the space. Going with colours that can last through new furniture or accessories always work best. Next, you must consider the material used. Roller blinds can be manufactured with a number of materials, including vinyl, aluminium, wood, and fabric. Wood provides a rich, detailed look, while aluminium works well with spaces that have iron or steel elements. Consider how these will be used and their functionality.
When it comes to installation, we have a team of experts ready to install your custom roller blinds. While standard roller blinds have their own customisations, they are much easier to install than a motorised set of roller blinds. The last consideration should be how often you have to maintain these blinds. This should help determine the type of material used for the final product.
Features of Our Roller Blinds
- Budget or premium fabrics available
- Provides excellent blockout when choosing blackout fabrics
- User friendly and long-lasting
- Helps to keep the room warm in winter and cool in summer
- High-quality Rollease Acmeda RB09 components used in manufacturing
- Heavy Duty 45mm Aluminium Tube standard with all size roller blinds – High Quality
- Locally made roller blinds
- Box pelmets and aluminium pelmets available
- When roller blinds are open, your window is fully exposed allowing full vision outside
Rollease Acmeda Components
We use only the very best in components – the Rollease Acmeda RB09 Chain Drive. Utilising the very latest in technology, the RB09 brings over twenty years of experience into one cutting-edge design. The RB09 sets the benchmark for performance, function and aesthetics. With many system upgrades available including links, slimline double brackets and motorisation.
As standard, we use a heavy-duty 45mm Aluminium Tube for all roller blinds — this is larger than the industry standard of 38mm. At Complete Blinds, we manufacture roller blinds in a way that has maximum resistance again puckering and the infamous V shape on larger blinds.
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The fabric/finish range shown here is a guide only. The full available range is endless and the colour output may vary depending on your computer screen.
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Common Questions About Roller Blinds
Below are some common questions about roller blinds. If you require any further assistance,
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This is an extremely important question that is often overlooked. At Complete Blinds, we manufacture our roller blinds using the Rollease Acmeda RB09 System. This is a premium brand within the industry and Rollease Acmeda’s premium option guarantees the best quality.
Our customers can choose blockout, light filtering, and sunscreen fabrics. We have partnered with high-quality brands including Shaw of Australia, Uni-Line, Hunter Douglas, and Wilsons to give our customers a wide selection.
Our roller blinds are manufactured using our standard heavy duty 45mm tube (Most other roller blinds on the market use an inferior 38mm tube). This aluminum tube is generally used for blinds up to 2600mm wide. We then use the “ultra” heavy-duty tube for any larger blinds. The ultra-heavy duty aluminum tube has a diameter of 48mm wide and thicker aluminum to prevent bowing. Our widest blinds are then restricted by the widths of fabric availability. Most fabrics do not span wider than 3000mm.
Yes! Motorisation is now a large part of our Complete Blinds. Our customers can choose from battery or hard-wired motors. At Complete Blinds, we use the sophisticated Automate™ brand, which has a reputation for delivering high quality and value for the money. Please check out our motorisation page for more information.
This depends on the size of the job and the requirements needed to complete the manufacturing and installation process. We normally deliver and install approximately 4 weeks after the deposit is paid.
Yes. If a 100% blockout fabric is chosen, the fabric itself is 100% blockout. The way they are installed also plays a part in the blockout level of the entire blind. For example, if the roller blind is installed in the recess of a window, there will be a 17mm light gap down each side of the blind. If installed on the outside of the architrave, this provides a superior blockout.