Roof Lantern Zip Blinds Buyers Guide

 

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With the touch of a button these electric blinds glide across to filter the light. The seamless installation onto a shelf and taut fabric makes it look as if the roof lantern is designed around the blind itself and gives a clean finish.


With over a decade of development and installations in some of the most challenging situations you can be assured of the performance of a Roof Zip Blind. 

Wireless Zip Blind for Glass Roof Lanterns, Skylights & Orangeries

Top Tips

Put the electrical supply in when building, even if you’re not going to use it straight away - it’s easier than putting it in later!

 

1. When building your roof lantern, ask your electrician to put a switch fuse spur from the mains circuit somewhere inconspicuous and accessible (usually near a plug socket). 


Then run a 3-core, 0.75 flex cable behind 
the plasterboard to one corner of the 
opening.

 

2. For installation in new builds. Specify a 
plasterboard shelf either at the base of the lantern or at ceiling level around the 
opening.

3. When retro-fitting a fabricated steel shelf can be installed to support and conceal the blind. The shelf can be powder-coated to match any colour scheme.

  • The blind is usually installed at the top of the recess so that you see less of the cassette – but exact positioning is mainly due to personal preference.

Ideal for:

  • Roof Lanterns.
  • Orangery.
  • Skylights.
  • Glass Roof.
  • Garden Rooms.
  • Integration with home automation systems.

Product details:

  •  85mm to 110mm head boxes - depending upon the opening size.
  •  Maintenance access is through removable front cover.
  •  All metal components are in White RAL 9910 or Black RAL 9005.
  •  Other RAL colours are available at extra cost.
  •  Control 1.Wall-mounted switch and /or 2.Remote control handset.
  •  Fabrics include Insect Screen, Shading or Blackout cloths all in a range of colour.