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Blinds of Fetcham

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Making the Most of Your Room

WiSER Interiors can supply and install blinds to kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and bedrooms, in fact, any room in your Fetcham home.

You'll find the perfect option for your home in our huge range of exciting and versatile designs. From the practical and clean lines of our Verticals and Venetians to the more adventurous printed Rollers and luxurious Romans - each blind is made bespoke for you.

Coming in an extensive range of colours, patterns, and operation including electric, there is a blind to suit you. In addition, you can personalise your blind by adding a shape, braid or trim to the bottom or finish with an attractive pull, pole or eyelets to complete the effect.

Simple to use and discreet when opened.

Can have a huge impact on a window, with a block of colour, a striking pattern or a neutral backdrop to the rest of the room.

Exciting patterns and versatile colours make them an ideal choice for any room in the home, not just the bathroom or kitchen.

Made-to-measure roller blinds offer the perfect combination of light, privacy and style.

We have a huge and exciting selection of fabrics: plains, neutrals, whites and creams, textures, sheers, and blackouts. You can opt for different shapes for the bottom edges as well as trims and pulls to create a bespoke look.

Plus, our range of accessories allows you to add the perfect finishing touch to your new roller window blinds. At WiSER we have a team of experts ready to give you all the help you need to make the right blind decisions for your conservatory, orangery, garden room, skylight or roof lantern.

Visit our showrooms to view the range, or contact us to book a free home design visit to see how you can transform your windows with these elegant blinds.

What To Do Next

To find out more, why not download our Buyers Guide or complete our Contact Form right now? That way, you can enjoy the benefit of our experience, so you will be sure to make the right blind choices for your home.

  • Problems we have encountered and solved include:
    1. Room darkening
    2. Special window shapes like bay windows and circular port holes.
    3. Excessively humid rooms.
    4. Moving and tilting windows.
    5. Bi-fold doors.
    6. Roof Lantern.
    7. Privacy issues.
    8. Temperature control.
    9. Hard-to-reach windows and skylights.
  • Making Blinds Child Safe: We recognise that child safety is an important issue for anyone who is furnishing their home. This has now been recognized in law too.

    The crux of the regulation is simple MAKE IT SAFE but that does mean there needs to be a little more thought applied to what solution is installed to ensure they are child safe.

    Regulation EN13120 means cord or chain operated blinds can only be installed with a safety breaker and/or retention bracket or cleat to reduce the risk of strangulation to children and vulnerable persons.
  • Simple Safety Guidelines: As children grow, so does their curiosity about the world around them. Basic household items, including window coverings, can turn into potential hazards. We consider Child safety a top priority and now European legislation EN13120 sets a minimum standard for Internal Blinds Performance – this includes SAFETY.

    All products supplied will meet the requirements of EN13120 and be installed to the requirements laid out in the legislation.

    Blinds present a hazard with unrestrained cords, braids, loop chains and wires, which may be hazardous especially to young children. There are simple guidelines that should always be followed when installing blinds:

    1. Make sure all cords and chains are out of reach from small children.
    2. Where cords cannot be cut down, a tension device needs to be used to secure the cords/chain.
    3. Do not allow cords or chain to hang free.
    4. Never put a cot, bed, high chair or playpen near a window or patio door where a child can reach the blinds cords or chain.
    5. Keep sofas, chairs, tables, shelves or bookcases away from windows to prevent children from climbing up and reaching blind cords/chain.
    6. Finally, use inherently safe products that don't use a cord or chain.