What are blackout blinds?
Blackout blinds are more familiarly known as ‘room-darkening’ or ‘dim-out blinds,’ which use an opaque fabric to reduce light levels.
Where are blackout blinds used?
Most commonly these types of blinds are supplied in a roller format, and are used for both domestic and commercial applications, including:
- Home cinema rooms
- Living rooms.
- Lecture theaters
- Conference rooms
Blackout blinds in Chester from Dencas
The Dencas ‘Zip’ Room Darkening System is established as one of the most effective, reliable and trouble-free solutions for areas where a high degree of light exclusion is required.
This blackout-style system is manufactured from extruded aluminium sections with mild steel end caps that can be anodised or powder coated, to co-ordinate with fabrics and the surrounding decor.
Benefits of blackout blinds include:
- Easy installation and maintenance
- A wide range of flame retardant, coloured fabrics
- Various methods of operation, including internal spring, beaded side chain, folding handle gear, electric motor, switch, radio control or infra-red remote
- Vertical, sloping or horizontal applications.
Installation is carried out by our own fully trained fitters operating from our Chester-based showroom, covering Cheshire, North Wales and the Wirral. Get in touch if you’d like to find out more about our range of blackout roller blinds.