Blinds Newcastle

We Manufacture & Install Quality Custom Blinds in Newcastle & Surrounds

Are you looking to install new blinds at your Newcastle property? We’ve manufactured & installed custom interior and exterior blinds for Newcastle residents for over 70 years.

At Windsor Blinds Awnings Shutters you’ll find a range of blinds and accessories for homes and businessesā€”quality window treatments that will add style and privacy to your property, along with easy control over light and shade. Our team can tailor blinds to suit your home, tastes, budget, and existing fixtures. We can also match your custom blinds with awnings & shutters if you want a complete makeover!

Once your blinds are manufactured (and it wonā€™t take long at our dedicated factory), we take care of the full installation so you can focus on running your home or business. The whole process is hassle-free and affordable, and the results are as good as possible.

Give us a call on 02 4956 6133 so we can measure up your Newcastle property. Weā€™ll tailor our blinds to suit your needs.

View Our Extensive Range Of Blind Styles & Types

How To Choose The Right Blinds For Your Home

Choosing the right blinds for your home involves more than just picking a colour; it requires you to consider various factors, including:

Assessing Your Room's Needs

Start by evaluating the needs of each room. For example, bedrooms might need block-out blinds for better sleep quality, while high-humidity areas would benefit from moisture-resistant materials.

Considering Window Direction And Size

The direction of your window and its size greatly influence the type of blind needed. For instance, windows receiving a lot of sunlight might require blinds with better sun protection.

Matching Your DĆ©cor

Your blinds should also harmonise with your existing dƩcor. A minimalist interior design might suit Venetian or roller blinds, while a more traditional dƩcor might call for Roman or wooden blinds.

Choosing Between Manual Or Motorised Operation

Consider the type of operation that suits your lifestyle. Manual blinds are common and economical, but motorised blinds offer a level of convenience, particularly for hard-to-reach windows.

Seeking Professional Advice

Frequently Asked Questions

Proper cleaning and maintenance play an important role in prolonging the life of your blinds. Start with light dusting using a soft cloth or a vacuum with a brush attachment for more extensive coverage. For blinds made of durable materials like vinyl or aluminium, a damp cloth can be used for a deeper clean, taking care not to use any harsh or abrasive cleaning agents that might damage the blinds. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for specific care tips based on the material and style of your blinds.

Absolutely. Blinds, particularly those made from materials with insulating properties, can help reduce external noise. However, remember that blinds alone cannot entirely eliminate noise; consider coupling them with other soundproofing measures like double-glazed windows for more effective noise reduction.

When it comes to high-humidity areas, it’s important to choose blinds made from moisture-resistant materials. Blinds made of aluminium are generally well-suited to withstand the humid conditions often found in bathrooms and kitchens. In contrast, real wood blinds may warp in such environments. When selecting blinds for these areas, consider not only the style and light control but also the material’s ability to withstand high humidity.

Motorised blinds provide a higher level of convenience and control than traditional blinds. They allow you to easily adjust the amount of light in a room with a simple touch of a button. Moreover, motorised blinds eliminate cords, making them a safer choice for homes with children or pets.

Yes, certain types of blinds can contribute to energy efficiency in your home. For instance, block-out blinds can help improve energy efficiency by reducing heat gain from the sun.

Yes, blinds can help protect your furniture from sun damage. Direct sunlight can fade or discolour furniture, flooring and artwork over time. Blinds provide a barrier between the sun and your interiors, reducing exposure to harmful UV rays. Certain types of blinds, like sunscreen blinds, are specifically designed to block UV rays while still allowing light to enter.

High-quality blinds that are well cared for can easily last around 5 to 10 years. However, it largely depends on factors like the quality of the material, the amount of wear and tear and how well they’re maintained. Ā