Pro's & Con's of Blinds Inside Windows

We understand that when spending a costly amount of money on a product, it is only human nature to be sceptical and question what you are doing is the right thing.

By ALEX BINGLEY

Discussing the pro’s & con’s of blinds inside windows is arguably a simple task when considering the benefits of a blind in glass. In comparison to a blind on the outside of the glass. This being said, it can be a costly process to replace all windows in someone’s home. Therefore, it is essential to cover the pro’s and con’s comprehensively. 

Please see below for blinds inside windows benefits:

  • Provide convenience 
  • Aesthetics 
  • Maintenance Free
  • Easy to use
  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Excellent colour options 
  • Fit into your existing frames
  • 28mm or 24mm window cavity
  • Free from children
  • Free from pets 
  • Longevity product
  • Variety of glass types 
  • Hygenic
  • (Bifold doors with integral blinds) Bifold doors with integral blinds
  • (Patio doors with integral blinds) Patio doors with integral blinds

The list above suggests there is many reasons to believe blinds inside windows are a credible product for many homes. For example, when having blinds inside windows you are cancelling the constant maintenance of children and pets near conventional blinds. Additionally, this has caused many home owners to take action and resolve a problem with blinds inside windows. 

Moreover, there are many more benefits such as, its excellent warranty, which down to the fact the product gets tested over 10,000 before release. The longevity of the product, the ease of use which is perfect for young adult and older individuals. Nonetheless, the blinds inside widows arguably, solve day to day issue in most households therefore, offering convenience to the end-user.

 

“The only benefit of not having Blinds Inside Windows is the more exercise you will do when operating the conventional blind”

Please see the benefits of having conventional blinds:

  • Cheaper option
  • Replaceable 
  • Provides convenience 
  • 2-Year warranties
Conventional blinds have been at the forefront of many English homes for over 10 years now and have served homeowners well. Nonetheless, it is clear which product offers the greater level of convenience. And if it was not for the cost, many homes would be full of blinds in windows. However, this is not the case therefore, the cheaper option still provides homes with everything they need. But without the level of convenience nonetheless, cost over convenience will always be valued for the majority of the population.

Negatives of Integral Blinds:

  • Can be costly
  • Potential complications just like any other product
  • Certain systems are different 
It is no secret Integral Blinds can be costly especially when considering the amount that may need installing and mechanisms. And just like any other products, a product can sometimes malfunction. Which is why most integral blinds or windows with built in blinds are tested relentlessly before release.

 

Negatives of conventional blinds:

  • Collect dust
  • Not convenient when considering children and pets
  • Easily broken
  • Changed on average every 2 years. 
  • Not easily operational 
 
In conclusion when considering conventional blinds and Integral blinds. There is reason to suggest the only logical reasoning towards why homes in the UK do not have windows with built in blinds. Is due to cost and also awareness surrounding the product, as not everyone is aware of Integral blinds Integral blinds
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