Pre-tensioned blinds have been designed to fit snugly inside the beading or reveal of a window.  They are perfect for uPVC tilt and turn windows, tilt and slide doors and French doors where they are installed inside the beading and move with the door or window. 

Pre-tensioned blinds also suit a range of other types of windows.  They can be installed inside the reveal of double hung, awning, casement and sliding windows. 

Anchored by four feet, one in each corner of the window, these blinds slide up and down a set of strings that sit unobtrusively on the extreme edges of the window and are operated by handles.  When open, there are no visible strings running across the middle of the glass. 

Because pre-tensioned blinds clip into a closed position within the beading or reveal of a window, they are very effective at trapping still layers of air and supply good thermal benefits, as well as looking fantastic.

VS 2

VS 2 illustration







The VS2 blind is a pre-tensioned, handle operated, top down/bottom up blind, making it the most versatile of blinds.

Magnetic top rails is an optional extra.

In most cases, opening the blind from the top provides privacy while retaining a view of trees and the sky. 

VS 2 Slide Comfort

VS 2 Slide Comfort








The VS2 Slide Comfort is a pre-tensioned, rail operated, top down/bottom up blind.  The VS2 Slide Comfort has magnetic upper rails.

The VS2 Slide Comfort is reinforced with adhesive aluminium side rails.  The side rails means the VS2 Slide Comfort can span a width up to 1800mm. 

VS 3

VS 3 illustration







The VS3 blind pre-tensioned, handle operated day/night blind. 

The VS3 blind has a fixed upper rail and two different fabrics attached to a middle rail – typically one of these fabrics would be blockout and the other sheer or translucent, providing a day and night option in one blind.  

VS 3 SD 

VS3 SD Daynight blind illustration







The VS3 SD blind is pre-tensioned, handle operated, day/night blind. 

Similar to the VS3, this is also a day/night blind using two different fabrics, however, in this case each fabric has its own top and bottom rail,   running on the same tension strings.  This means the middle of the window can be exposed, with one blind pushed to the top and the other lowered to the bottom of the window.

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