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SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

Posted by logastellus (My Page) on
Thu, May 2, 13 at 17:24

Hi.

Wondering if anybody has installed blinds in the windows with Sunrise and what your experience has been?

Also cost - how much does that option add to the cost of a window, on average?

We're doing tall casements.


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RE: SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

I'm researching this but have not bought them. Cost wise (for my project) the blinds ran an additional 18% higher than without.

I'd get your own cost, however, (with and without blinds) I am attempting to do some really tall door panels. I have learned that the "wand" option is only available up to a certain "weight".

For taller heights (maybe in your case too) the external vertical "cord pull" is all that is available. Check the cost and check the pull type -- here is a link to the door page and what the cord pull looks like.

Here is a link that might be useful: Sunrise Windows & Door -- Cord Pull Picture


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RE: SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

Not sure on the specifics of Sunrise's offerings, but the blinds in the glass have been a fairly problem-free option across manufacturers. That said, they are pricey, and I would avoid the pull cord type. Takes forever to run them up and down, and skips at times as well.


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RE: SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

Yes, we're going to have windows that'll be 44x84 (the biggest).

HomeSealed - ok, thanks for the tip, will avoid the pull cord type.


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RE: SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

With windows that large (especially if they operate) make certain they are reinforced and most definitely a higher quality brand if you go with vinyl.


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RE: SunBlinds - Sunrise blinds in window option

Hi everyone..
I am also looking for this type of blinds for my home windows. But still, I have not purchased sun blinds. Suggest me anyone about online companies that offers high quality sun blinds at reasonable cost.
Thanks


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