Blinds as a total screen
Landry Laurie Photographer
That they be installed outside or inside of the House, textile blinds protect us from solar radiation. No more glare and warmth, more comfort!
The blinds multiply innovations at the service of our well-being. Intended for outdoor use, they resist tearing, weathering, mold and fading. Installed inside, they offer a subdued atmosphere and sometimes have amazing anti-heat properties.
The blinds outside
Micro-aerated, stores filter the light without blocking it: they avoid glare without plunging into the dark. They also allow regulate the temperature to limit summer overheating and the use of air conditioning. Easy maintenance, smooth surface prevents soiling to adhere; if necessary, cleaning with soapy water is sufficient.
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THE BANNE STORE
He brings to the terrace a welcome freshness in summer, and also reduces the temperature inside the house. Motorized and connected to sun and wind sensors, it automatically unfolds and closes in strong winds, even in your absence. We can equip it witha radiating radiator, from light rails oran unrollable lambrequin, to protect themselves from the shaving sun or the vis-à-vis.
High fashion inspiration for this anthracite blind fabric with fine stripes. Chicissime! Collection "Visutex".
Modern, discreet, it unfolds in front of the windows without hindering the use of shutters. He puts you out of sight and heat without obscuring the view to the outside. Thanks to a slider system, the zip models keep the canvas perfectly taut in the backstage: to be preferred in case of strong wind exposure.
This house in Toulouse is equipped with vertical vertical blinds in micro-perforated canvas "Soltis 86". These provide good sun protection while preserving the view to the outside. Serge Ferrari
The blinds inside
Reels, boat, pleated, Californian (vertical stripes) or Japanese panels (wide strips sliding on a rail to the ceiling): whatever their size, the textile blinds dress the windows with elegance.
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THE SCREENING STORE
His canvas is more or less opaque depending on the levels of intimacy and brightness desired. In the living room, we will preferthe curtainsor semi-transparent textiles to create elegant games of light. In the rooms, there is blackout blinds that block 100% of the sun's rays; they represent a good alternative to roller shutters.
Thanks to their structure in honeycomb, the blinds "Duette" insure the insulation of the house all the year. Many choices of fabrics and colors, three levels of occultation.
THE ANTICHALEUR STORE
It acts like a thermal barrier by pushing the sun's rays outward. Issues of space research, Reflex'Sol heat-resistant fabrics are composed of metallized ribbons inserted in a mesh of woven polyester threads. Installed in front of the bay windows, they are at the same time decorative and dreadfully effective.
For precise metering of light and excellent thermal protection, this veranda is equipped with anti-heat blinds: models with "Californian" vertical stripes and "Vertigo" winders in front of the bay windows, "Oasis" blinds on the roof. Wide range of plain or printed colors.
BLINDS: TOILETS AND COMFORT
To evaluate the performance ofan awning fabric, four benchmarks are to be taken into account at the time of purchase.
• The sun protection factor (UPF) expresses the rate of UV filtered by the fabric (90%, 100%). The result depends on the quality of the canvas but also its hue dark colors are obviously more effective.
• The visual transmission (Tv) indicates the rate of light passing through the canvas. Beyond 30%, watch out for glare.
• The solar factor (FS) expresses the degree of heat transfer under the blind. For your well-being, the canvas must block at least 70% of solar energy.
• The color of the light. This is the mood created by the color of the canvas: fresh if it is blue or green, calm if it's white, warm if it is yellow or orange.
This awning is equipped with a slate gray canvas high resistance, subtly mottled. "Essential" collection, reference ORC 8203 120. Dickson
Landry Laurie Photographer