Of all metal, aluminum is the very useful metal. Aluminum is soft, durable, lightweight metal and its appearance is from silver to grey depending on its surface roughness. We usually see aluminum in the cans, aluminum foil that you can use as container, chocolate wrappers, and lids of dairy products. In this modern generation, aluminum can be also used as window blinds as your window coverings. We usually used venetian blinds in our home and workplace to block the sunlight yet still letting those light and air come in. With its 1” common slat size, you can enjoy the natural light while maintaining privacy. Venetian blinds are commonly made of plastic, but did you know that there are mini blinds are also made of aluminum?
Our Client from Intramuros, Manila opted for aluminum venetian blinds because they want to have blinds that is durable, simple, functional yet affordable. Venetian blinds are perfect for high humidity areas and extreme temperature that’s why they put it on their receiving area where people usually stay.
Venetian blinds are durable and easy to clean. This Aluminum venetian blinds has a contemporary design and it comes in a variety of colors, size and textures. In DS Windows & Walls, we have different designs that you will surely love. Venetian blinds is the cheapest blinds in the market yet durable enough to last in any weather condition. Great Quality and Low Pricing! That is aluminum venetian blinds have.
If you’re interested in reviewing any of our products, you may call us at (02) 893-1373 / (02) 403-3262 / 0916-311-3909 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer FREE ESTIMATION to accurately measure your windows within METRO MANILA only. You may also visit our stores located at 2nd level Pacific Mall Lucena City, 3rd Level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 4th Level Waltermart, Makati City. You may also browse our Facebook Page and like us at https://www.facebook.com/windowblindsphilippines and www.facebook.com/blindsphilippines.
- Posted by Jacqueline Casale
- On December 10, 2013
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