Our Panel Glide and Roman Blind videos are designed to help you better understand the basics of both Blind types. Our video guides have been thoughtfully designed to provide support for you and allow you to easily access the information you need to install or address any issues that can occur with Panel Glide Blinds or Roman Blinds.
Panel Glides Codes
Each of the following videos will walk you through the different types of code layouts and discusses the differences between each.
The installation process for Panel Glides can vary depending on the length of the blind and the number of panels. You should expect to spend between 20-30 minutes for an average-sized Blind. However, experienced installers will be able to install these blinds in less time.
Unfortunately, we do not offer motorisation for Panel Glide Blinds. Thankfully the wand makes operation quick and easy.
Yes, we offer motorisation for Roman Blinds which allows you to easily operate them remotely.
Thicker fabrics are often not suitable for panel glides with battens as they do not fold correctly. Our range of fabrics is tested to ensure that they will work correctly with battens.
Cleaning Panel Glides follows the same procedure as cleaning many Interior Blinds. Simply use a damp cloth and wipe the surface of the Blind ensuring that you remove all dust. Do not apply too much pressure when wiping as this may damage the fabric.
A Roman Blind is a stylish and contemporary window covering that is perfect for a variety of interior design styles. They are a popular option for covering large kitchen windows and stack in neat folds above the window. Roman Blinds offer manual operation as well as motorisation.
If your newly installed Roman Blinds or Panel Glides are too short by a few millimetres, the extra length can be stuck in the battens. This only applies to blinds that are fitted with battens. You can expect to gain 3-4mm of length per batten when you steam them. To steam your battens use a steamer to carefully apply the steam to the batten. Ensure that you keep the steamer moving along the batten to prevent any hot patches occurring. Apply the steam to one batten at a time and run the steamer across the batten a few times to heat it up. Once heated you can grab the bottom rail and pull downwards to release the few millimetres of fabric. Repeat these steps for the remaining battens and watch our video guide for full instructions.
Panel Glides are a desirable option that are great for covering large windows. The large fabric panels leave less opportunity for light leaks than you would find in Vertical Blinds. They can be fitted with a range of different batten options to provide a sleek and stylish look. They only come with manual operation but the sliding design makes them very easy to open and close. Panel Glides are well suited to large covering requirements such as sliding doors and there is a range of bunching options available that allow them to work perfectly for your opening. We have a whole blog post on Panel Glide Blinds if you want to dive into the details.
Our team is constantly working to improve our knowledge base to provide our customers with the best possible experience when they visit our website. Over the past few months, we’ve added several videos to our website that allow customers to quickly and easily troubleshoot common problems or answer frequently asked questions. These videos have helped many customers save time and troubleshoot issues easily without the need for a phone call. If you can't find a video that helps to answer your question you can contact our customer service team to make a suggestion and get find a solution.