Are you annoyed with that scorching heat in summers and chilling breezes that make your bones numb in winters?
Save yourself from such extreme weather conditions by merely installing quality outdoor blinds that will protect you from cold winds and rain in winters and from extreme heat in summers by providing insulation. Not just that, you can also expect privacy from these blinds. For all homeowners who love privacy, these exterior blinds are the perfect addition to their homes.
Spaco Outdoor Living has set a benchmark by offering a wide range of high-quality, stylish, and jaw-dropping modern outdoor blinds for patios, pergolas, and cafes to make them unmatched and luxuriously elegant. Are you looking for some precious time with your loved ones on your porch or patio? Buy outdoor blinds for patio now.
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The best quality outdoor blinds in Melbourne, available at the best price in the market for you.
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If you want an expert’s advice for your home, office or cafe’s blinds requirements, we have a team of experts who will happily discuss.
Smooth and hassle-free purchase
No hassles and hindrances while dealing with us. We make the purchase of outdoor blinds Melbourne fun and exciting.
Best Quality Materials
Spaco Outdoor Living takes pride in offering highest-quality fabrics for outdoor blinds which last longer.
Reduce Energy Bills
These quality outdoor blinds reduce your energy bills to a great extent.
The best light control
Outdoor blinds in Melbourne offer the best light control by blocking the sun’s glare and harmful UV rays.
Zip Guided System
The zip guided system holds the fabric & bottom bar between the side channels and keeps them in place even if it’s windy.
We installed three motorised UNIZIP blinds and one manual straight drop blind for Paul in Caroline Springs. Paul is delighted with the result, and his alfresco is finally ready for his sons birthday party.
We installed two motorised UNIZIP outdoor blinds for Mr Singh in Wollert. These outdoor blinds will protect their new outdoor kitchen from the wind and rain.
Mr Singh is so happy. He referred us to another Mr Singh.
We installed one big motorised outdoor blind at 5.7 meters wide for Jenny and Rowan. The post and wall were a bit out, so there was a big gap on the bottom after the initial install. Jenny was not very happy with the gap, so Rowan agreed to make the post square so we can install the blind again. The outcome could not have been better as you can see from the photo. Jenny and Rowan are happy with the result, and we are so glad too because of our satisfied customers.
We installed six motorised outdoor blinds to enclose this Stratco pergola for Hakan in Roxbury Park fully. To make sure the area is fully enclosed, we custom ordered some Colorbond flashing to seal the gaps between the roof on a couple of the blinds. Hakan is over the moon and has already recommended Spaco to his friends and family.
We installed two white motorised outdoor blinds for Mahi in Scoresby. We custom made some angles to get reliable fixing into his Hebel walls and posts. After installing these new outdoor blinds and heater, Mahi and his family can relax in their large outdoor lounge under any weather conditions.
We installed two motorised outdoor blinds in all black for Luke in Eltham. One of the posts was a bit out of square, so I took a little longer for the installation. We go it there, in the end, and Luke was happy with the result.
Julie initially rang us for an option to keep flies and mozzies from entering the garage. We could have used a retractable fly screen, but using the UNIZIP outdoor blind with a mesh fabric was a better option. Not only will this blind help with keeping the flies and mozzies out, but they will also protect her from rain, wind, sun and increase privacy.
We installed two motorised UNIZIP outdoor blinds in white with a slate-coloured mesh for Leigh. They are thrilled with the results and are now able to enjoy a beer outdoors in both winter and summer.
We installed four motorised outdoor blinds in Rosebud for Angelo. The blinds enclosed their pergola and made it the perfect outdoor room for both winter and summer.
We installed two motorised outdoor blinds for Sonny in Keysborough. We used a heavy-duty mesh to stop keep the cold out and heat in during winter.
What are the best outdoor blinds?
There are many outdoor blinds available in the market, but Ziptrak blinds in Melbourne are the best among them. These outdoor blinds are highly reliable, durable and offer the best aesthetic appeal to the room. In addition to that, ziptrak blinds in Melbourne are locally designed and manufactured in Australia and are energy efficient as well. Furthemore, they also keep insects away from your home.
How much do outdoor blinds cost?
When you want to buy ziptrak blinds in Melbourne, for a single 3500mm wide * 2700mm drop blind, the cost will range from $1,700 to $2,000. The total cost will depend on the material you choose, the type of outdoor blinds you choose, the difficulty of installation and the number of windows in your home.
Are outdoor blinds waterproof?
Outdoor mesh or screen blinds are not usually 100% waterproof, but it also depends on the material, quality and fabric. For example, Ziptrak blinds are not 100% waterproof, but they are highly water repellent than other loose fabrics. We recommend you use our range of technical PVC fabrics for protection against rain. Feel free to speak with one of our consultants if you need more info.
How do I choose outdoor blinds?
Here is a number of steps you need to take care while buying outdoor blinds:
Do patio blinds keep heat in?
Yes, outdoor blinds make your home warmer in winters by insulating your home and keeping the heat inside the room. Patio blinds are the best when it comes to keeping the room warmer in winters.
What fabric is best for outdoor blinds?
Screen fabric is considered the one of the best choices. It is also known as mesh fabric. Screen fabric is easy to clean, UV resistant and is highly cost-effective.
Are motorized blinds worth it?
Yes, they are totally worth it. They are the most preferred window treatment as they make your life a lot easier and convenient. However, one thing that you need to learn here is that they are costlier than other types of blinds because they require an electrician to wire them up.
Do outdoor blinds reduce heat?
For that, you need to close the outdoor blinds completely. When they are closed, they can reduce the heat gain by almost 45%, as per the DOE. Outdoor blinds such as Ziptrak blinds don’t leave any gap when closed, blocking the sunlight completely. If you want to reflect or block direct sunlight onto your valuable furniture, it can be possible with Ziptrak outdoor blinds.
Should I try to install outdoor blinds on my own?
Many homeowners do that, but it is highly recommended that you rely on professional installers who will be able to accomplish this job with sheer dedication and perfection. They are certified professionals who know how to install outdoor blinds in your area to offer you supreme comfort and convenience. You might end up making mistakes. Let professionals do the job.
How do you measure for outdoor blinds?
Before you start measuring your area, you need to have some tools for the procedure. Have a metal tape measure, pen and paper before you start.
There are three ways you can install outdoor blinds: on the underside of a beam (ceiling mount), on the face (Face Fit) and onto the inside part of the recess (Reveal Fit).
If you want to fit the outdoor blind within the opening, you can go for this fit. First, start measuring from the inside of one of the posts to the inside of the other post. For example, if you are measuring the inside of a window recess, first, measure the opening from one side of the recess to the other. Note down the number which is your width.
Now, you need to measure from the top part of the opening down to the handrail. You can also measure down to the floor if you want your blind to drop to. This is your drop. Write down the measurement. Keep the inside measurement to the closest 1 mm to have the perfect fit.
If you want your outdoor blind mounted from the ceiling or a top beam’s underside, you can go for this fit. Here, first, you need to make small marks on the ceiling or beam at the selected width where you want to install your blinds. Now, measure in between those two marks which are your width.
Now, measure the top beam or ceiling to the floor or handrail, which is your drop. Write down the measurement onto the paper.
If you want to fit your outdoor blind to hang outside of the recess to cover the entire area, you can go for Face Fit. Here, you need to start measuring from the outside edge of one post to the outer edge of the other post. In case you want to have two blinds be side by side, you can measure the centre of the one post to the centre of the other post. If you want to mount it to the wall, you can add 150 mm to each side after measuring the size of the opening. It will be your width.
Now, start measuring from the highest point where you want to keep your brackets down to the floor or handrail where you want to drop your blinds. It will be a drop measurement. You need to write down the measurement.