Blockout

Perfect for bedrooms or TV rooms, our blockout blinds provide an effective solution when too much light could otherwise spoil your beauty sleep or viewing. With a choice of blind styles, colours, textures and patterns, we have a fantastic selection of blockout blinds available.

 

Blockout

Perfect for bedrooms or TV rooms, our blockout blinds provide an effective solution when too much light could otherwise spoil your beauty sleep or viewing. With a choice of blind styles, colours, textures and patterns, we have a fantastic selection of blockout blinds available.

Whilst fabrics used will block light from penetrating through the fabric  the effectiveness of the `blockout' is dependent on the blind style chosen so please ask for our expert advice to ensure your satisfaction.

A Selection of Bestsellers

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Skylights VELUX style windows

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Pleated

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Roman

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Rollers

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Verticals

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Customer Testimonials

M

Love the blind, and the DecRim strip completes the bathroom! Would use Homefair every time. Fitter was quick & efficient. Shop and estimator were very helpful

Mrs Robinson - Hartlepool
M

Good Service, Quality Blinds, Great Value

Mr Hardwick - Hartlepool

Frequently Asked Questions

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Blackout fabrics are 100% effective at blocking out light, however the complete blind will have light gaps around the recess where measurement tolerances have to be made. Vertical blackout fabrics will allow some reflected light between the louvre slats. Roller cassette blinds for skylight windows are the most effective blind type for blocking out light, followed by Perfect Fit pleated blinds manufactured using Honeycombe fabrics.

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No, they don’t, but they do help to darken the room. Light will still enter via the gaps at the edge of the fabric and above the top of the roll of fabric.

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Yes, we carry a selection of patterned vertical, roller and roman fabrics which have a patterned design as well as many, many plain fabrics.

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