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Banlight Duo Fr Concrete

Vertical Blind - From £15.38

£15.38 Inc. Vat

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Estimated Standard Dispatch byTuesday 19th December

Estimated Fast-Track Dispatch byWednesday 13th December

If you crave privacy, then the Banloght Duo Fr vertical blinds are an effective solution that you can install in the bedroom or elsewhere. These blackout blinds have other properties as well which makes them desirable such as their fire retardant nature, thermal insulative layer, and antibacterial coating. They are made from polyester and can be used for many years. The Banlight Duo Fr blinds come with plain louvers in grey colour.

Data sheet

Material
100% Polyester
Colour
Grey/Silver
Slat Size
89mm (3.5")
Features
Anti-Bacterial Coating
Blackout
Fire Retardant
Office Conditions
Thermal
Design
Plain
Blind Type
Vertical Blind
Room
Bedroom
Commercial
Living Room

For products qualifying for same day dispatch & free next day, please be aware that this is a production upgrade through the factory and not to be confused with a courier service. The order must be made before 11am and all products in the order must qualify for this. For any order after 11am, qualifying orders will dispatch the next working day.

Although we send all items on a next day service, due to our freight mostly being un-conveyable through the courier hub network our delivery partners ask that we allow 2 working days for any item sent by us.

To take advantage of our free promotion production upgrades, these must be selected in checkout. A delivery fee will be payable on any order under our threshold of £179.00, regardless of any free production promotion we advertise on our individual products.

The headrail of all our Vertical Blinds is made from a very strong aluminium metal and is powder coated White.
The plastic componentry inside the headrail has all being 10 year life cycle tested, alongside strong UV testing; ensuring the headrail will last the test of time in your window.
All brackets and components are included. We do not include any wall plugs or fixing screws, as each window can have different fixings, unfortunately we cannot provide a universal solution. The blinds are easily fitted using our top fix or face fix brackets, which can be selected at point of order.
Our Vertical Blinds are usually sent in two packages, one package is the long length of the Headrail & Brackets and the second package is the Slats. We will always dispatch these together, however there can be times when packages arrive separately when moving through the courier networks.
If you choose a patterned fabric, the blind is not intended to have a uniform design - this means that the pattern is randomised across the blind. All of our slats are machine cut, so if a pattern has formed, you may be required to 'shuffle' the slats to create a random design.
Please note that sometimes your vertical blind slats may need weights inserting and chains connecting to them, if applicable. This is often the case when bunches of 40 or more slats are ordered as we do not add the accessible weights/chain as this can damage the slats in transit.

We are longstanding members of the British Blinds & Shutter Association (BBSA) and take the safety and care of young children very seriously.

As members of the BBSA we are committed to manufacture blinds that are child safe and to comply with the guidelines outlined in the British & European Safety Standards (BS EN 13120:2009+A1:2014).

We supply all Vertical Blinds with the Cords & Chain Operation option selected, with a fixed tensioning device. The most inherently Child Safe Option, is to choose to operate the blind with a Wand Operation.

Fixed Tensioning Device
A fixed tensioning device has been designed to ensure cords are fixed to the wall, to prevent any looped hazards from being present. As the installation height of your window is unknown, for blinds with a drop of less than 250cm, the chain length will be no longer than 100cm or for blinds with a drop of more than 250cm, the chain length will be equal to the blind drop less 150cm.

We will not make any exceptions for customer requests for any longer chain lengths required, if you would like to query the chain length we would supply for a specific blind size or provide us with an Install Height of your window, the we will be happy to apply this specific instruction to your order - however this must be done within 1 hour of placing your order, by eMail.

"Blackout" or "Blockout" fabrics - if stated, although the material is blackout/blockout, the blind can contain some light leakage, as such we are unable to advertise any blind system as 100% blackout. As examples; on a vertical blind you may get light leakage between each slat and around the full blind, on a perfect fit blind you may get light leakage between the material and frame and on a roller blind you will get light leakage between the fabric and the edge of the brackets. Some blinds are more effective than others, so please feel welcome to contact our customer care team to find the most ideal blind for you.
Product images shown are for illustration purposes only. Whilst we aim to show most accurate representation possible, we cannot guarantee that the colour/texture/finish you see accurately portrays the true colour/texture/finish of the product due to other factors. We always suggest that you order a free sample before making a purchase to make sure that you are happy with the colour(s)/texture(s)/finish(s)/product(s). Our free samples are posted by first class on the same day.
    How do I measure for Vertical Blinds?

    When measuring for your vertical blinds remember that the drop length will include both the headrail and slats. It is also always best practice to measure in three places to get the most accurate measurements. See our step-by-step guide for more information.


    How to install Vertical Blinds

    Vertical blinds can either be fixed to the lintel or the window frame; make sure you know which option you want before starting installation and follow the relevant instructions, downloadable from our website. There is also a handy how-to video.


    How to clean Vertical Blinds

    Clean your vertical blinds by detaching them from the headrail. Then, you can clean the headrail and hoover the slats using the brush attachment. You can use a damp cloth to wipe them down, but ensure they dry fully.


    What makes Vertical Blinds different to other blinds?

    Vertical blinds have a huge advantage over other blinds because they cover much taller spaces. They are perfect for larger, floor-to-ceiling windows like in bi-fold doors, conservatories or offices. With a choice of materials and colours, they are highly versatile.


    Which Vertical Blinds will best suit my room?

    Our range of vertical blinds includes a vast array of colours, from the bright and bold to tasteful neutrals so you can choose the right look for your room. Samples of all our blinds are available so you can see colours and materials in person.


    What makes Blackout Blinds different to other blinds?

    Blackout blinds are unique in that they have a very specific purpose; to keep light getting in! With six types of blind available - roller, vertical, roman, roof, pleated and perfect fit - you can choose the style you want whilst benefiting from the blackout function.


    Do you do Vertical Blinds with 127mm slats? 

    Yes, we offer Vertical Blinds with 89mm slats and 127mm slats. To browse and shop our 127mm Vertical click here. 


    What are the benefits of using Thermal Blinds? 

    Thermal blinds can significantly improve the energy efficiency of your home. They can reduce heat loss through windows by 40% or more, which equates to about 10% heating energy savings. In cooling seasons, thermal blinds can reduce unwanted solar heat through windows by up to 60%, reducing the total solar gain to 20% when installed with a tight fit.


Not found what you are looking for?
Visit our FAQ'S page

If you crave privacy, then the Banloght Duo Fr vertical blinds are an effective solution that you can install in the bedroom or elsewhere. These blackout blinds have other properties as well which makes them desirable such as their fire retardant nature, thermal insulative layer, and antibacterial coating. They are made from polyester and can be used for many years. The Banlight Duo Fr blinds come with plain louvers in grey colour.

Go ahead and explore our range of vertical blinds for other options and colours as well.

Data sheet

Material
100% Polyester
Colour
Grey/Silver
Slat Size
89mm (3.5")
Features
Anti-Bacterial Coating
Blackout
Fire Retardant
Office Conditions
Thermal
Design
Plain
Blind Type
Vertical Blind
Room
Bedroom
Commercial
Living Room

For products qualifying for same day dispatch & free next day, please be aware that this is a production upgrade through the factory and not to be confused with a courier service. The order must be made before 11am and all products in the order must qualify for this. For any order after 11am, qualifying orders will dispatch the next working day.

Although we send all items on a next day service, due to our freight mostly being un-conveyable through the courier hub network our delivery partners ask that we allow 2 working days for any item sent by us.

To take advantage of our free promotion production upgrades, these must be selected in checkout. A delivery fee will be payable on any order under our threshold of £179.00, regardless of any free production promotion we advertise on our individual products.

The headrail of all our Vertical Blinds is made from a very strong aluminium metal and is powder coated White.
The plastic componentry inside the headrail has all being 10 year life cycle tested, alongside strong UV testing; ensuring the headrail will last the test of time in your window.
All brackets and components are included. We do not include any wall plugs or fixing screws, as each window can have different fixings, unfortunately we cannot provide a universal solution. The blinds are easily fitted using our top fix or face fix brackets, which can be selected at point of order.
Our Vertical Blinds are usually sent in two packages, one package is the long length of the Headrail & Brackets and the second package is the Slats. We will always dispatch these together, however there can be times when packages arrive separately when moving through the courier networks.
If you choose a patterned fabric, the blind is not intended to have a uniform design - this means that the pattern is randomised across the blind. All of our slats are machine cut, so if a pattern has formed, you may be required to 'shuffle' the slats to create a random design.
Please note that sometimes your vertical blind slats may need weights inserting and chains connecting to them, if applicable. This is often the case when bunches of 40 or more slats are ordered as we do not add the accessible weights/chain as this can damage the slats in transit.

We are longstanding members of the British Blinds & Shutter Association (BBSA) and take the safety and care of young children very seriously.

As members of the BBSA we are committed to manufacture blinds that are child safe and to comply with the guidelines outlined in the British & European Safety Standards (BS EN 13120:2009+A1:2014).

We supply all Vertical Blinds with the Cords & Chain Operation option selected, with a fixed tensioning device. The most inherently Child Safe Option, is to choose to operate the blind with a Wand Operation.

Fixed Tensioning Device
A fixed tensioning device has been designed to ensure cords are fixed to the wall, to prevent any looped hazards from being present. As the installation height of your window is unknown, for blinds with a drop of less than 250cm, the chain length will be no longer than 100cm or for blinds with a drop of more than 250cm, the chain length will be equal to the blind drop less 150cm.

We will not make any exceptions for customer requests for any longer chain lengths required, if you would like to query the chain length we would supply for a specific blind size or provide us with an Install Height of your window, the we will be happy to apply this specific instruction to your order - however this must be done within 1 hour of placing your order, by eMail.

"Blackout" or "Blockout" fabrics - if stated, although the material is blackout/blockout, the blind can contain some light leakage, as such we are unable to advertise any blind system as 100% blackout. As examples; on a vertical blind you may get light leakage between each slat and around the full blind, on a perfect fit blind you may get light leakage between the material and frame and on a roller blind you will get light leakage between the fabric and the edge of the brackets. Some blinds are more effective than others, so please feel welcome to contact our customer care team to find the most ideal blind for you.
Product images shown are for illustration purposes only. Whilst we aim to show most accurate representation possible, we cannot guarantee that the colour/texture/finish you see accurately portrays the true colour/texture/finish of the product due to other factors. We always suggest that you order a free sample before making a purchase to make sure that you are happy with the colour(s)/texture(s)/finish(s)/product(s). Our free samples are posted by first class on the same day.
    How do I measure for Vertical Blinds?

    When measuring for your vertical blinds remember that the drop length will include both the headrail and slats. It is also always best practice to measure in three places to get the most accurate measurements. See our step-by-step guide for more information.


    How to install Vertical Blinds

    Vertical blinds can either be fixed to the lintel or the window frame; make sure you know which option you want before starting installation and follow the relevant instructions, downloadable from our website. There is also a handy how-to video.


    How to clean Vertical Blinds

    Clean your vertical blinds by detaching them from the headrail. Then, you can clean the headrail and hoover the slats using the brush attachment. You can use a damp cloth to wipe them down, but ensure they dry fully.


    What makes Vertical Blinds different to other blinds?

    Vertical blinds have a huge advantage over other blinds because they cover much taller spaces. They are perfect for larger, floor-to-ceiling windows like in bi-fold doors, conservatories or offices. With a choice of materials and colours, they are highly versatile.


    Which Vertical Blinds will best suit my room?

    Our range of vertical blinds includes a vast array of colours, from the bright and bold to tasteful neutrals so you can choose the right look for your room. Samples of all our blinds are available so you can see colours and materials in person.


    What makes Blackout Blinds different to other blinds?

    Blackout blinds are unique in that they have a very specific purpose; to keep light getting in! With six types of blind available - roller, vertical, roman, roof, pleated and perfect fit - you can choose the style you want whilst benefiting from the blackout function.


    Do you do Vertical Blinds with 127mm slats? 

    Yes, we offer Vertical Blinds with 89mm slats and 127mm slats. To browse and shop our 127mm Vertical click here. 


    What are the benefits of using Thermal Blinds? 

    Thermal blinds can significantly improve the energy efficiency of your home. They can reduce heat loss through windows by 40% or more, which equates to about 10% heating energy savings. In cooling seasons, thermal blinds can reduce unwanted solar heat through windows by up to 60%, reducing the total solar gain to 20% when installed with a tight fit.


Not found what you are looking for?
Visit our FAQ'S page

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