Wood Window Blinds Installation in Kenya
We install wooden window blinds in Nairobi, Kiambu, Mombasa, Nakuru and all of Kenya. Wood blinds are Perfectly adaptable, they are available in a gorgeous selection of rich wood tones and painted finishes that will blend effortlessly into contemporary or traditional homes. The overall effect is relaxed, calm, welcoming and offers flexible light control.
Wood is a natural insulator and provides excellent protection from solar gain and UV, as well as helping to keep the heat inside of your home in winter. Faux wood blinds also provide a high level of insulation, however, so there’s not really much difference to note in terms of insulation and energy efficiency
If you’d like to create a naturally elegant scheme, look no further than Bestcare Interiors Wooden Venetian blinds. Perfectly versatile, they are available in a gorgeous selection of rich wood tones and painted finishes that will blend effortlessly into contemporary or traditional homes. The overall effect is relaxed, calm, welcoming and offers flexible light control.
Using wooden blinds is a great way to bring the natural beauty of the outdoors into your home or office. The stained and painted slats allow you to complement or match your existing furniture and decor, while avoiding the fuss of introducing colours or prints through hanging curtains. Easy to keep clean, wooden blinds are also relatively stress-free to maintain as well as being durable.
Our Wood Venetian slats come in two sizes – 25mm and 50mm. For smaller windows you should consider slimmer slats while larger windows suit wider slats. The main thing to remember is that bigger slats mean more light when the slats are open.
Each Vitendi wooden blind is custom made to your exact requirements, simply arrange for an appointment with an advisor and they will show you all the different options available. All of the wood we use is grown in sustainable forests, so you can choose your blind safe in the knowledge that it’s been sourced responsibly.
We will always strive to deliver the finest blinds and service to our customers.
Are real wood blinds better than faux-wood blinds? Define “better” and I will define your answer! There are lots of potential meanings of “better” in this context, such as better quality, better functioning, better insulating, better looking and so on.
Are wooden blinds better than plastic? (or PVC to be precise, which is what our faux-wood blinds are made of.) This also depends to a degree on application as well. There are some scenarios and environments that a faux-wood blind would be great for, but that a real wood blind might not cope with, so there’s a lot going on here.
This blog post will look at the various different facets of which is better, faux wood or real wood blinds, and try to offer unambiguous answers for most common scenarios and points of comparison.
Are wooden blinds better quality than faux wood blinds?
To an extent, this depends on where you get them from and their general quality benchmarks. For both real wood and faux-wood blinds, made-to-measure are going to be higher quality than readymade mass-produced alternatives.
Cheap faux-wood blinds might therefore look and feel a bit plasticky, while their made-to-measure counterparts will generally pass for real wood at a glance, and neither look nor feel cheap.
That said, side by side with a real wood blind, you could almost certainly tell the difference if you looked closely.
It’s hard to make a meaningful comparison on quality like for like when you’re talking about two very different materials like PVC and real wood. Properly cared for (which really just means cleaning them now and then and not being overly rough with them in operation) both real wood and faux-wood blinds from a reputable seller should look good and operate smoothly for many years.