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Our sleek and practical made to measure pleated blinds are available in a wide range of colours, finishes and properties. Choose a blackout fabric for the bedroom, light filtering fabric for the living room, PVC waterproof fabric for the kitchen and bathroom. For superior thermal properties choose a honeycomb pleated blind which will help retain heat in winter and keep your home cool in summer.
About Pleated Blinds Pleated Blinds Dale is a market-leading manufacturer of made to measure pleated blinds. Working from our 100,000 sq ft facility in Nottingham, UK, our expert crafters hand-finish every single product. Using only the highest quality materials and components, the Pleated Blinds team practice tried and tested manufacturing methods to ensure that every pleated blind will stand the test of time.
We are proud to offer one of the best selections of pleated blinds online. Shop our range of colours including cream, white, blue and yellow. Our customers can choose between blackout, dimout and diffused opacities, so you can achieve the perfect level of light control and privacy for your room. Reflective, thermal and fire retardant options may also be selected, ensuring that your new pleated blind is as functional as possible.
Our pleated blinds come complete with a range of options, such as side controls, bracket types and equipleat systems. Each blind will arrive with all the fittings required for installation, and we encourage all customers to refer to our helpful fitting guides to make the process as quick and easy as possible.
At Pleated Blinds Dale, we know how important it is to find the perfect blind for your home. To help with your decision, we are delighted to offer up to 8 free samples, so you can ensure the blind meets your requirements before placing your order.
Your pleated blinds as part of your Smart Home
Do you already have a Smart Home, or are you thinking of turning your home into a Smart Home in whole or in part? The beauty of a Dale Smart Home is that you can start with a Smart Home at any time or expand your existing Smart Home. You start with the Dale TaHoma®, the central ‘hub’ to control your Smart Home, and then you can add all kinds of different home automation products to your Smart Home whenever you want.
Making your electric pleated blinds part of your Dale Smart Home gives you additional benefits. You can then, for example, choose to:
Include your pleats in scenarios. For example, set a morning scenario where your pleats open half way and your lamp turns on when it’s time to get out of bed.
Control your pleated blinds with your smartphone. Thanks to the handy Dale app, you can easily operate your pleated blinds remotely, wherever you are. Even if you are not at home, you can close your electric pleated blind in the living room in one click, so that you come home in a cool house.
Make your pleated blinds react to the sun by means of a sun sensor. Whether you think about it or not: your pleats always close as soon as the sun warms up the windows. So your house always keeps the right temperature and you don’t have to worry about it.
Frequently asked questions
Are you having a problem with Pleated in the UNITED KINGDOM? Check out our FAQs below and then click on the question for the solution.
If you have a question that isn’t answered in this article, contact us with a question, and we’ll respond promptly.
Pleated blinds are single-layer fabric or material-based blinds with no air pockets and multiple slats like integral blinds to allow sunlight to enter the room. These blinds are elegant, good looking and cheaper than roller blinds.
Pleated blinds are single-layer fabric material blinds without any air pocket or multiple horizontal & vertical slats. But, Venetian blinds have multi-air pockets and multiple horizontal layered slats.
Buying blackout pleated blinds can be very costly. However, pleated blinds are generally translucent or opaque to allow or block the light. But, if you want to make pleated blinds blackout, you can add a light-blocking layer onto the blind. It is a cheaper way to get blackout pleated blinds.
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