Distinguished by their crisp, clean style and honeycomb construction
Sunscreen Blinds are soft, yet durable.With their fresh contemporary
styling, these light filtering blinds can be an alternative to traditional
roller or venetian blinds. Mulders Sunscreen Blinds also have an unique
weave 'shearweave', which creates a certain level of daytime privacy.
Our light filtering blinds are made from eco-friendly fabrics. While
maintaining the view and controlling the temperature in a building,
our blinds are ideal for where glare control is the main priority.
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comfort is being increasingly recognized as an important factor in the
productivity and performance of employees. Glare reduction is a desirable
feature for staff using computers, customers in cafes or restaurants
or waterfront locations.
A blind that optimizes natural light whilst reducing glare and UV is
ideal. Sunscreens are transparent allowing you to look through when
down. They can let in natural light but reduce glare. The weave in the
specially designed material filters the sun’s rays and allows
only a fraction of the sun’s heat to enter the room. This also
helps also cut down on airconditioning costs. See our photo
gallery for commerical and domestic examples plus colour
Available in single, double and triple honeycombs our blinds
are highly energy efficient. Most
of our blind fabrics meet commercial eco friendly or green requirements.
our fabrics are available in a vast range of natural or bold colours
and are expertly installed. Grades of fabric are available to meet the
specific needs of each individual client in terms of: incoming light,
glare, heat protection
and exterior view.
Many fabrics are treated to resist mould and mildew and can be wiped
down to keep clean. You can select from a motorized version or a classic
chain drive system. We use only polymer coated glass fibre sunscreen
fabrics tested to strict Australian Standards.Sunscreens also meet the
general requirements of the Building code of Australia for Fire Hazard
properties of materials in buildings.
photos supplied courtesy of Nomades Production & Mermet.