Drop Arm Blinds

Standing out from the crowd with its adaptable angle, ready to offer as much or as little shade as needed at a time, our drop arm blinds are an excellent choice if you want to shade your windows.

Fixed on individual windows, this solution is best suited for offices, schools and homes where the amount of light that enters needs to be regulated flexibly at certain times of the day.

We excel at crafting bespoke products, and we can make your drop arm blind trendy or as inconspicuous as you like, keep it discrete or make it scream colours from a distance. Whatever option you choose, selecting the best awning material and adopting resilient mechanisms, you will be able to experience a trendy, sturdy space with sun-shade protection thanks to our drop arm awnings.

  • Handcrafted sign-writing on the main blind or valance.
  • Manually- or remotely-adjustable angle and size giving you full control.
  • Stylish, modern white or powder-coated frames giving you precise control over the colour.

This is no less than a smart solution for tight space installations with limited headroom and for multi-window installations, such as offices or shop fronts.

This is no less than a smart solution for tight space installations with limited headroom and for multi-window installations, such as offices
or shop fronts.

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Technical Info

Hardwood

Steel with cast ironmongery

Hardwood with water drainage grooving

Aluminium cover with side caps, in white finish as standard

100’s of colour fabrics from top European suppliers

Pull down operation using a custom hook set on an ash wood pole

To automatically protect your awning when wind detected or the sun’s intensity increases

Custom made projection: from 1m to 3.5m
Width: 1m to 6m in one piece

How to install
Drop Arm Blind

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Frequently Asked Questions

A drop arm awning (or blind), as its name suggests, is an external awning that is fastened on top of windows to control sunlight and shading. It is especially popular with commercial establishments, but it is also used in residential buildings too.

The cost of a drop arm blind depends on the size, the material used, the functionalities supported, and the location of the installation. It can cost as low as a couple of hundred pounds to as high as a couple of thousands of pounds. You should contact us with the specifics of your project so we can give you a precise quote.

Drop arm awnings have many benefits:

  • immediate control over shading in the interior.
  • Protection from rain on the balcony or when a window is opened.
  • Aesthetically pleasing design that can complement the establishment’s design.

These benefits are what make drop arm blinds a popular choice for many homeowners and businessmen out there.