Wooden Cedar Blinds
A Natural Finish with Wooden Cedar Blinds
With over 25 years of hands-on manufacturing and installation experience, Cedar Blind Specialists provides stylish and cost effective wooden cedar blinds that offer a classic and timeless feel to your home.
Our cedar slats are made of real Canadian slats and come in either 46mm or 60mm sizes. Each blind is UV-coated and carefully selected for grain and colour consistency and ensure a top quality finish.
Although lightweight, these blinds offer superior strength and increased resistance to bowing and twisting. Additionally, the blind mechanisms are manufactured with heavy-duty aluminium head rail systems, ensuring further stability and durability.
We offer a wide range of colours, ranging from natural stains to colour painted finishes, and our qualified craftsmen are able to match any existing stain or colour as requested. Fitting your room with cedar wooden blinds is a great way to add a level of privacy and security that is both stylish and form-fitting. Choose a colour and get a free quote from us today!
Here are our most frequently asked questions:
Prefer the cedar look in a PVC finish? If you are working to a limited budget, our Artwood range of PVC blinds could provide a quality alternative. PVC blinds are manufactured with the same high quality components as cedar blinds, and provide a painted wooden-look finish at a lesser price.
Got an extra big window? Don’t split your blinds if you don’t want to – Cedar Blind Specialists can go up to 3mtrs wide in one continuous blind.
Half Spanish White
All cedar blinds are available in both 46mm and 60mm slat widths, and coated in a UV cured lacquer, providing a long lasting and durable finish.
There a several options of openness when choosing a solar screen for your windows. The most common openness factors are 3%, 5% and 10%.
Openness is easier explained like this: a solid wall has a 0% openness while a clear glass window pane has a 100% openness. In short, openness is the degree of visibility through the window measured in percentages.
Most all solar screens are designed to be used on roller shades, but can also be used on roman shades as well.
When you are choosing a solar screen material, it is best to view it during full sunlight in the window where you will be installing the roller shade. In some cases, you may have a need to install the solar shade on windows that will get little or no sun so as to continue the theme within the same area.
NB: It’s also important to note that no solar shade that has any openness factor at all will provide you with full or even adequate privacy in many cases. If your window is facing an area where there is little or no chance of someone looking into the room, then this is of course less of an issue.
Also, light that is filtered carries less solar radiation and thus less heat than full sunlight, but solar screens should not be considered for use where there is a need to reduce excessive heat in the summer months. A better alternative would be an interior shutter, blackout lined drapes or a cellular shade in either light filtering or room darkening materials.