Roller Blinds are a highly versatile window treatment that sit comfortably within most décor styles and can easily be combined with other window treatments. The compact design of the Roller Blind allows it to be used in a wide variety of applications where other blind products may not be suitable.
With an extensive range of fabrics designed to complement any home décor including Block Out, Light Filter and Sun Screen. Which fabric is right for me?
Wide Variety of Roller Blind Options
Roller blinds are available in different systems to cater to different needs or applications, such as chain operated systems to suit different window sizes, and even motorised systems. Other roller blind options include: linked and independent linked systems and double roller blinds. USEFUL TIP! Combine a Blockout fabric with a Light Filter or Screen fabric on a dual roller for enhanced functionality. All of our Roller Blinds proudly made in Australia.
Roller Blind Features
- Modern designs
- Traditional designs
- Easy to use & practical
- High quality manufacturing
- Can completely change your decor
- Lowers the room temperature
- Very long lasting
- Adds UV protection
Why Choose Derry’s Flooring?
- Family Owned & Run
- 40 Years in Business
- Top Brands at Warehouse Prices
- Many Australian Made
- Wide Range of Products
- Highly Experienced in Home Decor
- 2 Great Showrooms
- Excellent Reputation
- Great Customer Service
Roller Blinds FAQ’s
Are your roller blinds made in Australia?
We are proud to say all our roller blinds are made right here in Australia. All made to a high quality standard from reputable companies.
Do you give free consultations and quotations?
Yes! We provide no obligation free consultations, just pop into one of our showrooms in Tuggerah or Morisset for the best advice and the best prices.
What’s the maximum width and height for roller blinds?
All our brands provide a minimum of a 6’ drop which is enough for most windows in your home, but they do vary. Widths go up to 310cm, but be sure to measure up accurately and we can help you find the right option.
Do roller blinds keep the heat out?
Yes, although not hugely, but having an extra lining will improve this aspect if you have sun facing windows. The reverse is also true in keeping in the warmth a bit.
Which way should roller blinds face?
Most people have them facing the glass as this is neat, but it’s really up to you and there might be situations where you want to align them with your frames to maybe let in a bit more light.