When it comes to deciding which how to dress your windows and doors to provide the shading and privacy you need, the stand-out solution could be Uni-Blinds ‘between the glass’ blinds. If you are not familiar with this type of blind, the concept is really clever. The blinds are enclosed within the double glazed units that are fitted into PVC-U, aluminium and timber window and door frames, and the UK’s leading brand is Uni-Blinds.

Sealed Blinds

Being sealed inside the glass means the blind control system, of which there are several options to choose from including a slider or a cord/winder, is the only thing mounted on the face of the glass or frame. As a result, windows and doors with Uni-Blinds built-in blinds always look sleek, clean, uncluttered and ultra-modern. And the blind itself never needs cleaning because it is sealed permanently between the panes of glass. This space would ordinarily be filled with argon gas to help reduce heat loss through the window, so why not make better use of that space for a blind instead?

Venetian Integral BLinds

Venetian blind slats are designed with minimal width so they can fit comfortably between the panes of glass in the most common sized double glazed units – usually 20mm, 22mm or 27mm. But there is also a slim Venetian blind version too which can be fitted into a 16mm cavity, typical in many older windows and doors that were installed prior to the much higher thermal standards in place today.

Pleated Integral Blinds

Many people prefer a pleated blind and that is something you can also have integrated between the glass. The fabric is designed to fold neatly with years of repeated raising and lowering and they are available in a range of high quality fabrics and colours. There is also a pleated blackout integral blind within the Uni-Blinds range which is ideal for children’s nurseries and where light pollution at night is a problem.

Uni-Blinds control system for blinds built in to windows

SV System – cordless magnetic slider

The blind is operated using a patented magnetically controlled slider positioned on the side of the double glazed unit which allows a Venetian blind to be raised, lowered and tilted.

C System – corded with a winder, wand or knob

Simple and elegant, the C System works in a way that is familiar to any other type of blind. You can choose a cord to raise, lower and tilt the blind or alternatively specify a knob or wand to operate the blind.

MB System – motorised with a brushless motor

This advanced motorised integral blind system allows you to operate the blinds using a remote control device, wall mounted controls or automatically via a home automation system. The blinds can be sequenced for a very special result!

Motorised with solar power (W Smart)

W Smart is ideal for homeowners looking for a simple motorised blind system for their windows and doors. It takes its power from the sun, via a small photovoltaic panel mounted on the outside of the door or window – low carbon automation.

S System – magnetic slider for pleated blinds

This allows a pleated blind to be raised and lowered without any cords. The slider is positioned on the bottom rail of the blind and slides up and down the glass thanks to a clever combination of magnets.

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Add a splash of colour to your Uni-Blinds

Available in a wide range of colours, you will have no trouble finding a Uni-Blind® that fits your room style and décor. Our pleated blinds are available in a choice of 18 colours and our Venetian blinds are available in a range of colours including S159 anthracite grey, which is only available in the UK from Morley Glass & Glazing, and coordinates perfectly with aluminium windows and doors.

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