Venetian blind FAKRO AJP - II colour group
Manually operated venetian blind FAKRO AJP is an addition to the roof windows, thanks to which you can adjust amount of the sunlight in your room. Through changing the angle of slats inclination, you can control the direction of sunlight falling into the room and create appropriate mood in the room. In combination with the FAKRO awning blind, it effectively limits heat in the room, even in the greatest heat.
FAKRO venetian blind also protects against excessive sunlight and it will constitute an interesting element of decoration. Side aluminium guides enable fuller shading of the interior and allow to rotate the wing with rolled down venetian blind.
The benefits of using the FAKRO AJO venetian blind:
- possibility to block the blind in any position due to the aluminium, elegant side guides
- ability to adjust amount of sunlight through changing the angle of slats inclination
- ability to direct streams of light
- blinds are a perfect match for FAKRO roof windows, ensuring easy installation
- the indoor is protected against the UV radiation
- you can hide the interior from observers on the outside and this doesn’t result in significant reduction of sunlight
- possibility of partial covering of the window by pulling down the venetian blinds
- perfect for humid rooms, such as kitchen or bathroom
- 2-year FAKRO's warranty
The original FAKRO venetian blinds match the most types of FAKRO roof windows (among others FTS, FTP) including the most popular sizes 78x118 (78/118) and 78x140 (78/140). If you are not sure the size of your FAKRO roof window, send us a photo of the product identification label from your FAKRO window to our e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: there may be slight differences between patterns and colours in the photos and real materials.
Venetian blind FAKRO AJP installation:
Our online store delivers original FAKRO loft blinds at attractive prices throughout UK and Ireland, therefore to such cities as: London, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Glasgow, Bristol, Bradford, Sheffield, Birmingham and Northern Ireland.