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A-Z Blinds Vertical Blinds Replacement-Slats-PVC

Vertical Blind Replacement Slat Service

We offer a vertical blind slat replacement service from as little as a £1 per slat for standard fabrics and £1.25 for blackout slats. We can also provide you with new bottom weights, stabilising chain and hangers to complete your new slats for an extra 35 per slat and with the average window size of 1200 mm x 1200 mm (48” x 48” in old money) the cost to have new slats for a window this size would be £24. Now Don’t get me wrong £24 is £24 but by the time you have gone through all the above and you factor in your precious time and everything else we think its a bit of a no brainer!!  All you have to do is bring us one of your original slats, tell us how many you need, we can measure it for you, give you a quote and if your happy with the quote we can make you some new ones. If the fabric you choose is in stock we can probably have them done for you the next day or the day after.

A-Z Blinds Vertical Blinds Repairs and spares

Vertical Blind Headrail Repairs

We also offer a vertical blind headrail repair service, bring us your broken headrail and we will completely strip it down, renew all the components and give you a free child safety device so you can make your blinds child safe when you refit them. The average price for a 1200 mm headrail is £18. Overall if you have replaced the slats and had a new headrail replacement you have paid £42 a saving of £25 for a full blind replacement x that by the average home having at least 7 windows that makes a total saving of £150, now that’s a no brainer.  *Above prices based on 89 mm vertical blinds

A-Z Blinds Vertical Blinds how to wash

Perhaps you dont need replacement vertical blinds?…maybe you can go with the washing option:

Although quite a simple task some vertical blinds can often break easily depending on the length of time you have had them meaning you might now need a new track.

Let’s say everything is fine and they all come off the track without any breakages, then its how to wash them do you lay them in the bath and scrub the living daylights out of them, do you put them in the washing machine or do you use your new steam cleaner that’s been in the cupboard for years. Quite often the easiest option for most is to put them in the washing machine! Now as anyone will now who has tried this it can be a bit of a lottery depending on whether you have taken the time to roll them up and put them into a pillowcase and tied it nice and tight so they don’t go everywhere and come out looking like they have been put through the shredder. So now you have decided to put them in the washing machine put them on the correct washing cycle, taken them out of the pillowcase and unrolled them to find they are still in one piece but haven’t quite been washed properly. Do you A. Go through all this again. B. Call A-Z Blinds and get some new ones?