A Vertical Blind uses slats placed vertically that overlap and adjust by rotation from an open to a closed position allowing slats to overlap. Since the vertical blinds use different pieces of fabrics for the slats, the vertical blinds become the really user creative version of the blinds, allowing you the user to pick and chose the colors to match the theme of the room and the home to your liking.
Some examples of our experience with Vertical blinds are shown below and also in the Projects section. Serial stocks and houses the largest collection of vertical blinds shades in the market. A total of 105 shades and counting, so you will never run out of ideas for your home decoration.
Unlike horizontal blinds, vertical blinds are less likely to be damaged in strong winds and to hold dirt, but are more likely to break down. Generally they require less muscle strength, and are faster to operate.
Stationary vertical blinds are hung in the doorways of some homes and businesses which generally leave the door open. Movement of the blind may signal a change in air flow, or someone entering the doorway. More commonly however, these vertical blinds are made of thick plastic. In the cold rooms of food businesses, this slows the heat leakage into the cold room. In warmer climates, vertical blinds discourage flies and some other insects from entering the building.