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Old 28 Oct 21, 05:46 PM  
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Perfect fit blinds

Looking at perfect fit blinds. Might seem daft but can you move them up and down like normal blinds or are they fixed on one position?
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Old 28 Oct 21, 05:52 PM  
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You can move them up and down.
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Old 28 Oct 21, 05:55 PM  
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These are perfect fit. I just move them up and down.
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Old 28 Oct 21, 05:58 PM  
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These are perfect fit. I just move them up and down.
Thank you so much for that. Was trying to explain to hubby.
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Yes as said they can go up and down open close etc ,
I have wooden ones , aluminium ones and pleated ones .
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We're in the process of phasing them in, in our house. They look good and are easy to fit. We have the venetian type.
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Sorry to jump on this thread - did you order online or fitted through a local supplier
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I would recommend Hillaryís blinds - as long as what you are after is months of hassle , incompetence , being lied to , speaking to 26 different people and ultimately some completely imperfect blinds.

If thatís not what you want , go elsewhere
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We have always used homefair blinds a local supplier .
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