Double Roller Blinds

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Before you start measuring, print off our Check Measure Worksheet to record your measurements. These check measure worksheets have been designed to ensure you capture all the details required to complete your order. When placing your order online, simply populate this information straight into the order form. Easy!


Sizes – Minimums & Maximums

Width (mm)Drop (mm)

Minimum width: 250 mm

Minimum drop: 300 mm

Maximum width: 3000* mm

Maximum drop: 3000 mm

* Please note the ISB Insul Bloc Blockout & St Lucia Sunscreen fabrics have a maximum width of 2800 mm only.  All other fabrics have a maximum width of 3000 mm

 

Extra Wide Roller Blinds

If your window or set of doors is wider than 3000mm, out linked rollers blinds provide the perfect solution. These enable you to place blinds side by side across your windows, bifold or stacking doors, allowing you to follow the flow of your doors and windows whilst offering multiple options for functionality over an exit door. You can also keep any chains clear of the centre whilst the gap between the blinds is also greatly reduced with the use of our linking brackets.

Our Linked Layouts give you the option to link 2 blinds, 3 blinds or 4 blinds depending upon your requirements.

These blinds are placed alongside each other across the window up to a maximum width of 12000 mm.

Find out more about Linked Roller Blinds

 

How to Measure

How to Measure Roller Blinds - Inside Mount
How to Measure - Inside Mount

Blind Position

The rear blind is generally the sunscreen or light filtering blind, whereas the front or top blind is generally the blockout or blackout blind. This means that the sunscreen or light filtering blind is closest to the glass providing protection against UV and glare, whilst the blockout blind can be moved up and down in the front position easily providing privacy and light control.

Window recess depth

Ensure you have at least 100 mm depth inside your window recess for a flush inside mount.

Please provide iseekblinds with the actual opening size of your window recess

*Do not take any deductions (iseekblinds will do this for you)

Width

Measure the hard width across the top inside the window recess.

*It is important that you take your width measurement from the top of the window as this is where your brackets will be fitted.

Drop

Next measure the hard drop from the inside top of your window to the inside bottom of your window.

 

Top Front Double Roller Blind bracket
Bracket Selection - Inside mount

Top Front Double Bracket

For inside mounted double roller blinds iseekblinds recommends the Top Front Double Bracket.

The Top Front Double Brackets offer great flexibility and compact styling keeping your blind fabrics close together with the front rolling feature of the top blind neatly completing the look.

Roll Direction

This bracket allows for 2 roll direction options to meet your needs

  • Front Rolled - Both the top and rear blind are front rolled.
  • Combination - The top blind is front rolled and the rear blind is back rolled.

The slimline double roller blind brackets measures 85 mm x 148 mm.

 

Front Roll Direction - Roller Blinds
Back Roller direction - Roller Blind
Roll Directions

Front Roll

The fabric rolls off the front of the roll tube to avoid any knobs, handles, winders or the inner window frame that may obstruct the blind - like a waterfall

Back Roll

The fabric rolls over the back of the roll tube and is closer to the window.

Handy hint for Bedrooms:

iseekblinds recommends you use 2 x single roller blinds for bedrooms. Inside mount your sunscreen blind and outside mount your block out blind. This will provide you with maximum privacy and room darkening. 

Want a Pelmet with your Double Blinds? 

Whilst our Pelmet 95 won't fit over a Double Roller Blind - you can still achieve this finish with two single rollers. By inside moutning your sunscreen blind and outside mounting your blockout - you'll be able to place a Pelmet 95 over the top of the outside mounted blind. You still have the benefit of double blinds, just not on the same bracket. 

Find out more about Pelmet 95

 

How to Measure Roller Blinds - Outside Mount
How to Measure - Outside Mount

Blind Position

The rear blind is generally the sunscreen or light filtering blind, whereas the front or top blind is generally the blockout or blackout blind. This means that the sunscreen or light filtering blind is closest to the glass providing protection against UV and glare, whilst the blockout blind can be moved up and down in the front position easily providing privacy and light control.

Width

Measure the width from the outside edge of the architrave to the outside edge of the architrave at the top of the window frame.

*It is important that you take your width measurement from the top of the window frame as this is where your brackets will be fitted.

Drop

Next measure the hard drop from the top outside edge of the architrave to the bottom outside edge of the architrave. This measurement may be increased if you want the blind to drop past the bottom of your window frame or to the floor.

*Please note: iseekblinds will not make any deductions for Outside Mounted Blinds

 

Top Back Double Roller Blind Brackets
Bracket Selection - Outside Mount

Top Back Double Bracket

For outside mounted double roller blinds iseekblinds recommends the Top Back Double Bracket.

The best application for Outside mounted double roller blinds, the top back bracket keeps your fabrics as close as possible to the architraves, thereby reducing the light gap for greater light control and privacy.

Roll Direction

Back Rolled - Both the top and rear blind are back rolled.

The slimline double roller blind brackets measures 85 mm x 148 mm.

 

Back Roller direction - Roller Blind
Roll Directions

Back Roll

Generally, all outside mounted roller blinds are back rolled to ensure the fabric stays tight to the architrave for maximum privacy and light control.

Handy Hint for bedrooms:

iseekblinds recommends you use 2 x single roller blinds for bedrooms.

Inside mount your sunscreen blind and outside mount your block out blind.

This will provide you with maximum privacy and room darkening.

Finish off your look with a stunning Pelmet 95!

Note: You can only add a Pelmet 95 to single roller blinds. Your blind must be outside mounted in a back rolled direction.

 

Corner Window
How to Measure - Corner Windows

Got a corner window that you need to measure?

Find out how to measure, whether it's for inside or outside mount, by watching Mike's videos.

He'll take you through the process step-by-step, ensuring you achieve the outcomes you deserve!

How to Measure videos

 

Drive Options

There are two options available to you when considering the operation of your blinds. Do you want the classic chain-driven version? Or do you want to motorise your blinds and take home living to the next level adding ease, convenience and comfort? Find out more below.

Chain Drives
Motorisation

Bottom Rails

We offer two bottom rail versions to finish off your blinds in fine style. Choose from the standard D30 - subtle and sleek with a slightly curved front, or select the specifically designed silent bottom rail with shock absorbent bumpers. Which one is best for you?

D30 Bottom Rail
Silent Bottom Rail

Spring Assist

Spring Assists will ensure your blind glides up and down with minimal effort and limit wear and tear on your components. Spring assists are inserted into the inner tube of your roller blind in the manufacturing process. Find out more below.

Spring Assist

 

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