Howdens Joinery

Howdens asked us to install electric blinds in their new training centre in Northampton. Specialist glaziers were asked to help as we needed to install electric venetians between to sealed panes of glass. We used Somfy 24v motors and transformers as we needed the reliability because of the inaccessibility once the glass was sealed.

Jamie Oliver

Newly opened restaurant over looking St Pauls Cathedral (London) proved challenging when installing electric roller blinds as it was extremely high.

Costa Coffee

Newly opened coffee shop in Cobham had a massive conservatory built on the back to add extra seating which became unbearably hot in the sun, our solution was dim out 20mm pleated blinds to the roof which reduced the heat to a more pleasant temperature.

Galliard Homes

When the financial director had a new pent house apartment refurbished for himself he had clear views on what he wanted. Over looking the 02 Arena was wonderful during the day but by night the lights were just too much. He wanted all light to be omitted at every window. We had head boxes installed into the reveals and side channels mounted flush with walls. The blinds were able to disappear completely in the day time and offer complete blackout by night. Over 200m of wire was used all controlled via RTS remote control.

Hamble Sailing Club

Hamble Sailing Club asked us to install all their new wooden venetian blinds to finish off their refurbished Club house.

Central St Giles

This was a very challenging project that was awarded to us for our ability to deliver even in very difficult circumstances.
We were called in to manage and install 480 cassetted electric roller blinds to 52 exclusive apartments over 10 floors with challenging angles.
All blinds were controlled through a KNX building management system.

Thames Barrier Café

Electric blackout roller blinds were installed as the café was to be used for conferences with overhead projection.
We used side channels powder coated to match the existing paintwork to reduce the light seepage as much as possible.
The operation was controlled via a RS485 transmitter with an RTS over ride.

Twinnings Tea

Twinnings famous for its tea needed a solution to some high awkward windows in the staff cafeteria were the staff could relax and unwind with a cuppa.
We used 20mm electric pleated blinds controlled via RTS remote control.


The boardroom at Wedgewood potteries had floor to ceiling glass which gave little privacy, 25mm electric venetians were installed to give the finishing touches to the newly refurbished room.