AND WHERE IT IS MOSTLY USED
The use of window blind is not common in Nigeria and that has affected the demand rate and its selling price. Besides offices and schools, etc. only a few residential building can be seen using the rather the majority of them make use of the .
A window blind is a form of curtain used mostly in Offices to reduce or prevent the reflection from sunlight or to maintain privacy for those staying in the office. It is a popular window support material that can be seen in a majority of the public institutions building in . However, some residential buildings in may have some windows equipped with the based on certain reasons.
The benefit is not far from that of a in the sense that it creates privacy and help reduce reflection of light either from the interior to the outside or from the outside to the interior.
offers a quick control method than a and is easier to handle than the . Whenever the is installed, the window glass may not need to be open for proper illumination from outside light, rather the could be slightly moved to allow the required illumination into the internal surrounding.
Unlike that needs shifting or moving at either side to allow outside view, has ropes that one can just draw to either open or close according to the illumination required. The advanced types have electronic devices that enable it to be used with a remote control or electrical switch control.
Above all, the offers special beauty to rooms, offices, and any other place it is installed.
The is completely different from curtains in terms of features even though they seem to offer the same purpose. It is usually made with sets of uniformly sliced pieces of plastic, , or leather, etc. and arranged in an equal spacing sequence from its top to the bottom with one end of it being fixed with two ropes one for opening and the other for closing.
When one end of the robe is dragged forward, it may open the lids of each piece of the by changing their vertical positioning to the horizontal positioning. The further the rope is moved the more horizontal the pieces will be.
For the , the pieces open uniformly once their electronic driving mechanism in the form of the two-directional moving electric motor which may be operating directing with electric switches or with a remote control.
MATERIALS USED IN THE MAKING OF
The materials usually employed in the making of the are:
Plastic, Aluminum, wood, leather, special , and other materials.
THE LATEST PRICE OF IN
The price is controlled by lots of factors which include;
The material used in the making of the ,
The size of the ,
The operating method either manually or automatically,
The ease of maintenance,
The surface beauty of the ,
The availability of the type of in the market,
Among other factors.
Based on the market survey, here are the prices of some according to the material they were made from:
THE ALUMINUM VENETIAN
It comes in the variety of sizes such as the 25mm and 50mm slats sizes. But the most selling and common of this brand is the 25mm because of its lesser price in .
The 25mm slat is between N5,000 to NN6,500
The 50mm slat is between N6,000 to N8,000
THE WOODEN VENETIAN
The good thing about this type is the durability it offers provided it stays away from moisture it would last longer than other types. Some made in places like China has special on their surfaces which offers special beauty to any place they are installed.
It also comes with two range of slat which are the 25mm and the 50mm slats.
The 25mm slat is between N11,000 to N 12,000
The 50mm slat is between N12,000 to N14,000
The above prices can change anytime based on inflation or change of foreign currency values. However, the location and dealer you are making your purchase from will also determine the price.
Originally posted 2018-07-28 12:47:59.
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