Simplicity, Style and All the Shade you Need
If you’re looking for a great way to update your room while still achieving all the shade you need from the Queensland sun, panel blinds could be the answer! At Scorpio Screens & Blinds, you can access a wide range of panel blinds right here in Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Panel blinds, also known as panel glide blinds or panel track blinds, are a hugely popular choice in Gold Coast homes. They combine a fresh, modern look with easy operation, and they’re also extremely easy to customise, enabling you to create a bespoke appearance for your home.
Panel Glide Blinds Protect Your Property
Gold Coast Sun Protection with Panel Glides
One of the problems we regularly encounter among Queensland home and business owners is that they find it difficult to shade their rooms sufficiently from the sun. This is particularly difficult if your property has large windows or glass doors.
Panel blinds solve this problem. Thanks to their sizeable fabric panels, they are ideal for covering large expanses of glass, such as patio doors or floor-to-ceiling windows. They won’t fade, and they will prevent your furnishings from fading, too! They also help to keep your room cool on even the hottest days, saving you money on the cost of air conditioning. This makes them great value for money.
You can even choose the amount of shade you want! Our panel blinds are available in a choice of two fabric weights:
- Blockout fabric keeps out the sun’s rays completely, making this fabric an ideal choice for bedrooms.
- Translucent fabric offers shade and comfort while still allowing some daylight to filter through, creating a pleasant ambience in every room.
Panel Glide Blinds are User-friendly
Blinds that are easy to open and close at will
Panel blinds operate via wand control, making them extremely easy to open and close. The fabric panels glide smoothly across a track which is mounted above your door or window, much like curtains. However, they have a more modern, streamlined appearance than curtains, so they are the ideal way to update the look of your property.
When the blinds are not in use, the fabric panels simply stack away neatly. This means you can enjoy a complete, unobstructed view out of your windows when the blinds are open – unlike curtains, they won’t take up any room at the sides of your windows.
Panel blinds operate smoothly and quietly, so they won’t cause any disturbance to your lifestyle, instead enhancing your quality of life.
Made by Gold Coast Locals for Locals
Book an obligation-free consult with our team!
As a local Gold Coast family business, we are proud to offer top quality panel blinds to all our customers in the area. If you are a home or business owner and you would like more information about our panel blinds, please contact us. Our team will happily arrange a consultation for you.
Scorpio Screens & Blinds was founded in 1980 by Cameron and Glenis Wood, and the company has grown considerably during that time. To this day Cameron and Glenis are still involved in the company along with their sons. So when you do business with Scorpio Screens & Blinds – you do business with a 2 generation family business. We pride ourselves on the local community and local businesses.
Fantastic service! Great product. Very reliable.
“Martin” introduced great products which is perfectly match with my house. Great price too.
The installer, “Michael” he is fantastic. Very knowledgeable, all the details. Very friendly hard working, great skills. He provided amazing service.
Frequently Asked Questions About our Gold Coast Panel Glide Blinds
What are Panel Glide Blinds?
How do Panel Glide Blinds Work?
Panel blinds are a clever curtain design which looks like large panels of fabric that have the ability to stack together nicely when opened. This design allows for maximum light being introduced into a space.
Do Panel Glide Blinds Block Out Light and Heat?
Panel glides are effective at blocking light and creating privacy depending on the type of fabric you choose. They tend to be less effective at light control than vertical blinds overall, which is why many choose to use them for interior blinds and room dividers.