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Working hard and Full of Beans

Our fitters working hard and “full of beans” at The H.J.Heinz plant in Wigan the largest food plant in the UK installing Blinds in there newly refurbished offices .

Contract granted by Wirral based Trustland Construction Ltd.

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Apple Blinds now in Cheadle Town Centre

Our new store in Cheadle town centre is now open! Apple Blinds the Northwest’s largest independent window blinds retailer has launched it’s new store based in the heart of Cheadle, just by the Tesco Express store at  Rectory Court. Feel free to pop down and see our showroom or request a visit by one of our estimators for a no obligation quotation.

We hope to see you soon!

 

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New legislation update for child safely with window blinds

 

Legislation update : March 2014

 

 

The cords of window blinds and curtains can pose a risk of strangulation to children. Cord loops on roller blinds, venetian blinds and vertical blinds can cause injury or death particularly to children under the age of three.

At Apple Blinds we understand the full importance of protecting your little ones.

A new safety standard for blinds and curtains is in place since 23rd February 2009 – “Irish Standard I.S. EN13120 – Internal blinds – Performance requirements including safety”

  • Apple Blinds is committed to meeting the safety requirements of this standard
  • Apple Blinds promotes the safe use of blinds and will fit a safety device on all blinds it installs
  • Apple Blinds continues to source new products with child safe properties

If you want further information on any blind safety issue please contact us.

Consumer Guide to the Safety of Window Blinds

The National Consumer Agency has responsibility for alerting consumers to product safety issues and ensuring that manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers place safe products on the market.

Here are guidelines to help you make old blinds or curtains safe:

  • Never put a cot, bed, high chair or playpen near a window or patio door where a child can reach a curtain or blind cord
  • Keep sofas, chairs, tables, shelves or bookcases away from windows to prevent children climbing up and reaching curtain or blind cords
  • Cords ending in a loop are particularly risky. Cut the cord to get rid of the loop and install tassels
  • Do not knot or tie the ends together after cutting the cord – this creates a new loop in which a child could become entangled
  • The cords should end at least 1.6 metres (5 feet 3 inches) above the ground so children cannot reach them
  • Replace cords with curtain or blind wands, but avoid possible eye injuries by making sure children cannot reach them
  • Where cords cannot be cut, a tie down or tension device can be used to pull the cord tight and secure it to the floor or wall

Apple Blinds will fit safety devices free of charge for any past customer that requests it.

 

 

 

 

 

A blind referral from a 9 year old!

A lady ordered a house full of window blinds from our Bury shop today, the customer mentioned that as she had just moved into the area and didn’t have a clue who to ask to quote for some window blinds. She decided to ask her neighbour but whilst overhearing this conversation her friends daughter butted in, “what about Apple Blinds mum?” She was only 9!

How fantastic is that? I think we should buy her some sweets to say thank you.

True story.

Heavy Duty Awning Installation

Fully Cassetted heavy duty awning, following a recent installation in Macclesfield , our customer can put his goods out on the pavement now and customers have shelter.

The shop has become very noticeable to which the sign writing helps.  He states that since there has been a great increase in business. Is it a co incidence?

Vision Blinds – This was the finishing touch to my new conservatory

  

Mrs Park said

This was the finishing touch to my new conservatory. I wanted something different with clean lines that controlled the light and the heat, gave me privacy, but let me see out into my garden. Apple Blinds came up with the answer and they look beautiful, i’m so pleased.

Apple Blinds Handforth

Welcome to Apple Blinds in Handforth, your local window blinds company.

With our own 30,000 sq ft purpose built factory in Cork, we can now offer you more choice with tailor made window blinds and shutters than most other high street retailers. We are now the largest independent blind retailer in the North West.

We offer the finest selection of window blinds and shutters, including Roller BlindsWood BlindsVenetian BlindsRoof BlindsVertical BlindsBlackout BlindsVelux BlindsRoman BlindsConservatory Blinds,Plantation ShuttersCommercial BlindsAwnings & Canopies.

Why don’t you pop down to our Altrincham shop for a free no obligation quotation, our friendly staff are on hand to give you the best advice and can even arrange a free onsite estimate. We have a large selection of products in our  showroom, lots of choice of design and a wide range of colours, thank you for visiting and hope to see you soon.

Estimated opening day : 3rd June 2013

Apple Blinds Handforth,
85 Wilmslow Road,
Handforth,
Cheshire SK9 3EN

Telephone: 01625 521 288

 

Windows Blinds – The Importance of Child Safety

The cords of window blinds and curtains can pose a risk of strangulation to children. Cord loops on roller blinds, venetian blinds and vertical blinds can cause injury or death particularly to children under the age of three.

At Apple Blinds we understand the full importance of protecting your little ones.

A new safety standard for blinds and curtains is in place since 23rd February 2009 – “Irish Standard I.S. EN13120 – Internal blinds – Performance requirements including safety”

  • Apple Blinds is committed to meeting the safety requirements of this standard
  • Apple Blinds promotes the safe use of blinds and will fit a safety device on all blinds it installs
  • Apple Blinds continues to source new products with child safe properties

If you want further information on any blind safety issue please contact us.

Consumer Guide to the Safety of Window Blinds

The National Consumer Agency has responsibility for alerting consumers to product safety issues and ensuring that manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers place safe products on the market.

Here are guidelines to help you make old blinds or curtains safe:

  • Never put a cot, bed, high chair or playpen near a window or patio door where a child can reach a curtain or blind cord
  • Keep sofas, chairs, tables, shelves or bookcases away from windows to prevent children climbing up and reaching curtain or blind cords
  • Cords ending in a loop are particularly risky. Cut the cord to get rid of the loop and install tassels
  • Do not knot or tie the ends together after cutting the cord – this creates a new loop in which a child could become entangled
  • The cords should end at least 1.6 metres (5 feet 3 inches) above the ground so children cannot reach them
  • Replace cords with curtain or blind wands, but avoid possible eye injuries by making sure children cannot reach them
  • Where cords cannot be cut, a tie down or tension device can be used to pull the cord tight and secure it to the floor or wall

Apple Blinds will fit safety devices free of charge for any past customer that requests it.

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial Blinds – Siemens in Congleton a job well done

Here we provided some  black screen fabric roller blind, you can see through but the outside world cannot see you, great thermal properties too. A job well done by the Apple team and a very satisfied customer.

  

For more information on commercial blinds please contact your closes store for a free quotation..

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