Country Blinds Manufacturer’s Warranty Terms

Country Blinds Pty Ltd.

Phone: 08 8398 3344

Email: admin@countryblinds.com.au

Corporate Head Office Address: 58 Oborn Road, Mount Barker, SA, 5251

 

Country Blinds Pty Ltd prides itself on constructing and installing high quality products using the best materials and components available.

In all cases Country Blinds Pty Ltd will repair defective products within the prescribed warranty period (at the discretion of Country Blinds Pty Ltd) at no cost to the customer. Travel and labour charges may apply.

Warranties will only be provided if products are serviced in line with a maintenance schedule. This maintenance schedule varies due to the Environment in which the product has been installed.

Therefore, this Warranty must be read in conjunction with the Environment Definition Guidelines.

 

Environmental Risk Profile Definitions:

Minor: Being mainly low-density housing. Low density housing is large detached homes on large residential blocks. These types of homes are often (but not always) found in rural residential areas where the housing density is low. Minor risk environments must also be greater than 10km from the coasts or heavy industrial areas, urban development (building and/or civil works) and protected from wind.

Medium: Being mainly (but not exclusively) high and medium density housing in urban housing. 5km from the coasts or heavy industrial areas, urban development (building and/or civil works) and protected from wind.

High: Being mainly costal locations less than 5km from the coasts or heavy industrial areas, urban development (building and/or civil works) and/or exposed to wind. High risk environments also include exposed locations (which can be inland) for example buildings built on hill tops that are exposed to high winds, or remote locations that are exposed to dust/dirt deposited from surrounding environments.

All Commercial installations will be classed as High-Risk Environments. (Limited Warranties apply to all products installed in High-risk Environments)

Please be aware that the Environmental Risk Profile can change over time, for example Minor can be escalated to Medium or High Risk due to changes in the surrounding areas, for example urban development (building and/or civil works) or tree removal exposes products to higher wind.

 

Maintenance Intervals for OUTDOOR Products:

(see below for individual product maintenance)

Minor:   Every 6 months

Medium:   Every 3 months

High:   Every month, some Maintenance will need to be carried out every 2 weeks. (especially in locations less than 5km from the coasts or heavy industrial areas)

 

Maintenance Interval for INDOOR Products:

(see below for individual product maintenance)

Minor:   12 monthly for standard use environments (such as products mounted in bedrooms, typically operated in a full cycle (up and down) once per day)

Medium:   6 monthly for high use environments (such as products mounted over doorways that are operated multiple times per day)

High:   3 monthly Commercial Applications – (Limited Warranties apply to all products installed in commercial applications)

 

Exclusions not covered by the Warranty:

Since Ziptrak® Awnings are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric: Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

Clear and Tinted PVC:

    • Rinse PVC with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
    • PVC should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
    • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
    • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.

*very important to clean PVC with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.

  • Allow PVC to dry completely before retracting Awning

 

Acrylic Fabric:

  • Rinse Fabric with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Rub in mixture with a soft brush and allow the mixture to thoroughly soak into the fabric.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning
  • If waterproofing is required, apply 3M Scotchgard®. Take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning

Splines:

Clean and lubricate This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Spline during the fabric cleaning process
  • A soft bristle brush can be used to remove dirt and debris caught in the tracking
  • Allow Spline to dry completely
  • Apply ‘food grade’Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the spline, aiming the applicator into the groove that retains the Ziptrak® Spline. *It is intended that the powder coated aluminium channel is coated with silicon spray during this step.
  • Both inside and outside should be cleaned and lubricated
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will damage the spline and void the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Motors, springs, locking mechanisms:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.
  • Motors should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Ziptrak® awnings are designed to look best in either the raised or fully lowered positions. Ziptrak® awnings can be left at other heights (i.e. ½ or ¾ down) without issue. However, it is important to note:
    • due to the differential between the thickness of the side spline and the thickness of the fabric (when being rolled up around the top roller) the blind will look baggy/loose in intermediate positions.
    • This baggy/loose appearance will be more evident in larger blinds
    • The longer a Ziptrak® is left in an intermediate position, the longer it will take to flatten out when pulled closed – warm weather will help the fabric flatten faster
  • *Since the aforementioned occurrence is standard for all Ziptrak® Awnings, warranty claims cannot be authorized for baggy/loose fabric.
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • AC Motors – 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and wind sensors) – 12 months
  • Springs – 3 years
  • Side Splines – 3 years
  • Fabric –3-10 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) 12 months

Since Straight Drop and Wire Guide Awnings are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

PVC Coated Mesh:

  • Rinse Mesh with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Mesh should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
  • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.
  • *very important to clean Mesh with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow Mesh to dry completely before retracting Awning

Acrylic Fabric:

  • Rinse Fabric with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Rub in mixture with a soft brush and allow the mixture to thoroughly soak into the fabric.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning
  • If waterproofing is required, apply 3M Scotchgard®. Take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning

Canvas Fabric:

  • Canvas awnings should be cleaned particularly because air pollutants, dirt and grime can become embedded within the fabric interstices.
  • Canvas should be kept clean by brushing dry fabric regularly with a soft brush/broom.
  • Hose with cold water, but do not combine the actions of brushing and hosing as this may abrade coating and impart a scuffed appearance to the fabric once dry.
  • Do not allow bird droppings, earth, sand or vegetable matter to remain in contact with the canvas.
  • Do not apply soaps, detergents, cleaning fluids or insecticides
  • Keep petrol, kerosene or other similar fluids away from the canvas
  • Retractable awnings should not be rolled up when wet.
  • If rolled up wet, canvas awning fabric should be opened up to dry as soon as practical to prevent mildew growth.

Canvas Fabric:

  • Canvas awnings should be cleaned particularly because air pollutants, dirt and grime can become embedded within the fabric interstices.
  • Canvas should be kept clean by brushing dry fabric regularly with a soft brush/broom.
  • Hose with cold water, but do not combine the actions of brushing and hosing as this may abrade coating and impart a scuffed appearance to the fabric once dry.
  • Do not allow bird droppings, earth, sand or vegetable matter to remain in contact with the canvas.
  • Do not apply soaps, detergents, cleaning fluids or insecticides
  • Keep petrol, kerosene or other similar fluids away from the canvas
  • Retractable awnings should not be rolled up when wet.
  • If rolled up wet, canvas awning fabric should be opened up to dry as soon as practical to prevent mildew growth.
  • Awnings constantly exposed to rain and moisture are particularly susceptible to mildew growth. Routine cleanings will help prevent mildew growth.
  • Should mildew spots appear, brush them off before they become attached.
  • Persistent mould or mildew growth should be treated with White King® solution, please contact Country Blinds for more details should this become an issue

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Stainless Steel Components:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Apply Marine 2 in 1 Metal Cleaner & Protector, take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can (this step may not need to be done at every Maintenance Interval, as it provides long term protection, inspect during cleaning and re-apply if coating is weak or broken)
  • Marine 2 in 1 Metal Cleaner & Protector can be purchased from miamistainless.com.au and other good marine supply stores.

Motors, springs, locking mechanisms:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.
  • Motors should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • Stainless Steel Components – 5 Years
  • AC Motors 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and wind sensors)- 12 months
  • Springs and Crank Drives – 3 years
  • Fabric – 3-10 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) 12 months

Since Window Awnings are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

PVC Coated Mesh:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Mesh with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Mesh should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
  • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.
  • *very important to clean Mesh with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow Mesh to dry completely before retracting Awning

Acrylic Fabric:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Fabric with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Rub in mixture with a soft brush and allow the mixture to thoroughly soak into the fabric.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning
  • If waterproofing is required, apply 3M Scotchgard®. Take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning

Canvas Fabric:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Canvas awnings should be cleaned particularly because air pollutants, dirt and grime can become embedded within the fabric interstices.
  • Canvas should be kept clean by brushing dry fabric regularly with a soft brush/broom.
  • Hose with cold water, but do not combine the actions of brushing and hosing as this may abrade coating and impart a scuffed appearance to the fabric once dry.
  • Do not allow bird droppings, earth, sand or vegetable matter to remain in contact with the canvas.
  • Do not apply soaps, detergents, cleaning fluids or insecticides
  • Keep petrol, kerosene or other similar fluids away from the canvas
  • Retractable awnings should not be rolled up when wet.
  • If rolled up wet, canvas awning fabric should be opened up to dry as soon as practical to prevent mildew growth.
  • Awnings constantly exposed to rain and moisture are particularly susceptible to mildew growth. Routine cleanings will help prevent mildew growth.
  • Should mildew spots appear, brush them off before they become attached.
  • Persistent mould or mildew growth should be treated with White King® solution, please contact Country Blinds for more details should this become an issue

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Zinc/Galv Steel Components:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Allow steel components to dry fully
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the guide bars, ‘L’ Brackets and Awning Arms (with brass rollers), Doing this carefully can be difficult. If overspray is causing an issue: simply spray the silicon spray into a clean dry cloth, then apply via the cloth.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Springs, Inside hood:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Hood Covers- 5 years
  • Fabric – 3-10 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Zinc/Galv Guide bars, ‘L’ Brackets, Awning Arms – 3 years
  • Springs – 3 years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Folding Arm Awnings are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

PVC Coated Mesh:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Mesh with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Mesh should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
  • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.
  • *very important to clean Mesh with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow Mesh to dry completely before retracting Awning

Acrylic Fabric:

  • Rinse Fabric with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Rub in mixture with a soft brush and allow the mixture to thoroughly soak into the fabric.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning
  • If waterproofing is required, apply 3M Scotchgard®. Take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Awning Arms:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water to remove dirt and debris from joints and moving parts

Awning Arms:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the knuckle joints and elbow joints (joints either end and in the middle of the arms), Do this by simply aiming the applicator at the joint then applying a 1 second burst of silicon spray.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Motors, springs, locking mechanisms:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.
  • Motors should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • AC Motors – 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and wind sensors) – 12 months
  • Arms and other moving parts- 3 years
  • Fabric – 3-10 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Pleated Awnings are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

PVC Coated Mesh:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Mesh with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Mesh should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
  • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.
  • *very important to clean Mesh with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow Mesh to dry completely before retracting Awning

Acrylic Fabric:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Rinse Fabric with fresh water to remove loose dirt and debris, spray with hose or bucket only, DO NOT use high pressure washer.
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Rub in mixture with a soft brush and allow the mixture to thoroughly soak into the fabric.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning
  • If waterproofing is required, apply 3M Scotchgard®. Take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can
  • Allow Fabric to dry completely before retracting Awning

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Guide Rollers:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water to remove dirt and debris from Guide rollers
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the rollers, do this by simply aiming the applicator at the roller then applying a 1 second burst of silicon spray.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Stainless Steel Components:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Apply Marine 2 in 1 Metal Cleaner & Protector, take care to follow instructions on the bottle/can (this step may not need to be done at every Maintenance Interval, as it provides long term protection, inspect during cleaning and re-apply if coating is weak or broken)
  • Marine 2 in 1 Metal Cleaner & Protector can be purchased from miamistainless.com.au and other good marine supply stores.

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • Stainless Steel Components – 5 Years
  • AC Motors – 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and wind sensors) – 12 months
  • Arms and other moving parts – 3 years
  • Fabric – 3-10 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Roller Shutters are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Slat Curtain:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

*this process should be done prior to cleaning windows, as it will commonly push dirt and debris between perforations, landing on whatever is behind the Slat Curtain. (typically windows)

  • Lift roller shutters to expose perforations between slats
  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Microfibre cloth can be used to dry the curtain and remove water spots

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits from headbox and side guides with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solventsto remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt from opening in headbox with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.
  • Motors and components inside Roller Shutter headboxes should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.

Internal Winder Boxes and Controls:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits from headbox and side guides with a wet sponge.
  • Winder boxes may squeak at times. Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) in hole where handle is inserted, do this by simply aiming the applicator at the joint then applying a 1 second burst of silicon spray.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores
  • No lubricants to come in contact with internal cord or strap
  • Carefully remove any grime off of surface of controls with a damp cloth.
  • *electronics and controls should never get WET

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • Roller Shutter Slats- 5 Years
  • AC Motors – 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and fire sensors)- 12 months
  • Winder/Coiler boxes, Cords and Straps (manual operation shutters) – 12 months
  • Other moving parts – 24 months
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Security Doors and Screens are typically installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Doors and Screens:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.
*this process should be done prior to cleaning windows, as it will commonly push dirt and debris between holes in the wire/mesh, landing on whatever is behind the wire/mesh. (typically doors and windows)

  • Where possible open doors/ windows so both sides of Door or Screen can be cleaned
  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
  • Microfibre cloth can be used to dry the Door or Screen and remove water spots

Locks, Handles, Hinges and :

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

    • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits from locks, handles and hinges with a dry brush.
    • Handles and hinges should be wiped with damp micro fibre cloth to remove additional grime
    • Hinges and handles may squeak at times. Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) in hole where key is inserted, on the

outside and the inside of the hinges. Do this by simply aiming the applicator at the squeak location then applying a 1 second burst of silicon spray.

  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Environmental Risk Profile Definitions and Maintenance Intervals
  • Aluminium Extrusions and grilles – 5 years
  • Stainless Steel Mesh – 5 years
  • Flywire – 2 years
  • Door closers, handles and locks – 2 years
  • Sliding door wheels and hinges – 2 years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Aluminium Shutters typically are installed outside, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Repair or remakes of defective/damaged products are the sole remedy under this warranty. All efforts will be made to repair products with same or similar products/components.

Removal of installed shutters can often cause damage to the surfaces into which they are installed. Country Blinds Pty Ltd staff will make all reasonable efforts to protect surfaces from damage. In no event shall Country Blinds be responsible for cost associated with the removal and/or damage to the surfaces into which the shutters are installed.

Country Blinds Pty Ltd is not able to guarantee exact matches to samples, nor are they able to guarantee exact matches on subsequent orders, repaired or replacement parts. Returns cannot be authorized due to these normal variations.

Blades should only be rotated with care, by hand. Never rotate blades by gripping the top or bottom blade in a stack of blades, doing this will put excess pressure on the rotation link screw and can lead to damaging the blade. It is advised to rotate blades using a blade in the middle of a stack and in instances for more than 10 blades, two hand operation is advised. No warranty applies to blades damaged due to misuse.

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits from headbox and side guides with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Cleaning and maintaining Sliding or Bifold Shutters:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean track external surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dust and debris
  • Carefully remove any spiders’ webs and dirt from tracks with a soft DRY brush.
  • Dust and dirt should be removed from bottom tracks by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting
  • Rollers and components inside top tracks should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the track internals. Do this by simply using the applicator to spray a light coverage into the groove that retains the shutter top rollers and bottom runners. A light coverage of silicon spray should also be applied to shutter top rollers and bottom runners.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Structural – 15 year (covers surround frame, panel frame joinery and blades)
  • Blade pivot’s and moving parts – 2 years
    *blades damaged due to misuse are not covered under the structural warranty
  • Hardware including hinges, tracks, rollers and magnets – 3 years
  • Colour Fastness – 3 years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Roller Blinds are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

Block-out Polyester Direct Coated Fabric:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean fabric with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use the following steps:
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Very gently rub the mixture on to the fabric with a clean microfibre cloth and allow the mixture to sit on the fabric for 5 minutes
  • Very gently remove the mixture with a clean microfibre cloth.
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely before retracting Blinds

Block-out coated Fabric:

  • Clean fabric with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use the following steps:
  • *Always test first in an inconspicuous location*
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Very gently rub the mixture on to the fabric with a microfibre cloth and allow the mixture to sit on the fabric for 5 minutes
  • Very gently remove the mixture with a clean microfibre cloth.
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely before retracting Blinds

PVC Coated Mesh:

  • Clean mesh damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd only recommends cleaning PVC with the following three PVC Cleaners: VuPlex®, Plexus® or Swiftee® (these can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores)
  • Clean as per instructions on bottle/can.
  • *very important to clean Mesh with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow Mesh to dry completely before retracting Blinds

Painted and Powder Coated Products:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any loose surface deposits with a wet sponge.
  • Use a soft brush (non-abrasive) and a dilute solution of a mild detergent, e.g., pH-neutral liquid hand dishwashing detergent in warm water
  • DO NOT use solvents to remove dust, salt and other deposits.
  • Ensure you thoroughly rinse the surfaces with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.

Motors, Chain Drives and Springs:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Carefully remove any dirt and dust with a soft DRY brush.
  • Carefully remove any surface deposits with a soft damp cloth.
  • Motors, Chain Drives and Springs should never get WET or be exposed to excess moisture.

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Roller Blinds exceeding 2m in width may be subjected to slight fabric ripples commonly known as V’ing. The V’ing is typically noticed as a slight ‘V’ in the fabric starting from a point near the mounting brackets and extending towards the bottom bar. The occurrence of the V’ing is created by deflection of the top tube when spanning distances greater than 2m. This V’ing will be more noticeable when looking across fabrics rather than straight on. Increasing the top tube size can help but, in many cases, will not eliminate the V’ing. Since all roller blinds are affected by this trait, it is viewed as acceptable to have some degree of V’ing and therefore is not a warrantable issue.
  • Aluminium Extrusions and Headboxes – 5 years
  • AC Motors – 3 years
  • DC Motors, Batteries, Solar Panels and Remotes – 12 months
  • All batteries (incl. remotes and wind sensors)- 12 months
  • Springs – 3 years
  • Side Splines – 3 years
  • Fabric – 3-5 Years (depending on fabric type, see Country Blinds for more details)
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) 12 months

Since Vertical Drapes are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

Block-out Polyester Direct Coated Fabric:

  • Clean fabric with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use the following steps:
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Very gently rub the mixture on to the fabric with a clean microfibre cloth and allow the mixture to sit on the fabric for 5 minutes
  • Very gently remove the mixture with a clean microfibre cloth.
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely before Drawing blades open

Cleaning and maintaining tracks:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean track external surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dust and debris
  • Use a dry soft brush (non-abrasive) to brush away build up from track internals
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the track internals. Do this by simply aiming the can 5-10cm away from the track internals and applying short 1 second bursts of silicon spray between the blades, with the intention of applying a light coverage on the metallic components inside the track.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Aluminium Extrusions – 5 year
  • Vertical Drape Blades – 5 years
  • Draw Cords and Pull Wands – 3 years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Panel Glides are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

Block-out Polyester Direct Coated Fabric:

  • Clean fabric with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use the following steps:
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Very gently rub the mixture on to the fabric with a clean microfibre cloth and allow the mixture to sit on the fabric for 5 minutes
  • Very gently remove the mixture with a clean microfibre cloth.
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely before open blades

Block-out coated Fabric:

  • Clean fabric with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dirt and debris
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use the following steps:
  • *Always test first in an inconspicuous location*
  • Prepare a mixture of cold to lukewarm water (do not exceed 38°C) and mild liquid soap. (such as laundry detergent)
  • Very gently rub the mixture on to the fabric with a clean microfibre cloth and allow the mixture to sit on the fabric for 5 minutes
  • Very gently remove the mixture with a clean microfibre cloth.
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre cloth that is completely free of debris.
  • Allow fabric to dry completely before open blades

Cleaning and maintaining tracks:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean track external surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dust and debris
  • Use a dry soft brush (non-abrasive) to brush away build up from track internals
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the track internals. Do this by simply using the applicator to spray a light coverage into the grooves that retain the panel glide runners.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Aluminium Extrusions – 5 year
  • Panel Glide Blades – 5 years
  • Draw Cords and Pull Wands – 3 years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Roman Glides are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting.
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services
  • If spot cleaning is required, please use contact Country Blinds for more details on how to do safely
  • *Any spot cleaning should be tested on an inconspicuous area first
  • *very important to clean fabric with a clean microfibre clothand allow fabric to dry completely before lifting blind

Cleaning and maintaining Roman Blind cords:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean cords with a damp cloth or baby wipe if required
  • Ensure that lift cords remain untangled

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Blind Fabric – 5 years
  • Pullies and cord lock mechanisms – 3 year
  • Lift cords – 24 months
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Venetian Blinds are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Venetian Blind Blades and headrails:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting or a duster
  • Should excess surface dust remain, remove with a clean, damp microfibre cloth
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services

Cleaning and maintaining Venetian Blind cords:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean cords with a damp cloth or baby wipe if required
  • Ensure that lift cords remain untangled

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Blind Fabric – 5 years
  • Pullies and cord lock mechanisms – 3 year
  • Lift cords – 24 months
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Cellular Blinds are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting or a duster
  • Country Blinds Pty Ltd recommends cleaning via ultrasonic cleaning services

Cleaning and maintaining Cellular Blind cords:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean cords with a damp cloth or baby wipe if required
  • Ensure that lift cords remain untangled

Cleaning and maintaining Cellular SKYLIGHT BLINDS:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed from side channels by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting or a duster
  • Should excess surface dust remain in the side channels, remove with a clean, damp microfibre cloth
  • Allow channels to dry completely then lubricate channel internals by applying a ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the channel internals. Do this by simply aiming the can 5-10cm away from the channel internals and spraying with the intention of applying a very light coverage on the internal surface of the channel only. (Use care not to get over-spray on cellular fabric)
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Cellular Fabric – 5 years
  • Pulleys and cord lock mechanisms – 24 months
  • Lift cords – 24 months
  • Skylight mechanisms – 24 months
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Curtains are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Fabric:   Should be cleaned as follows:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting.
  • Since fabrics vary from curtain to curtain it is advised that the care instruction contained on the Care Label (sewn into the heading of each curtain) are followed. Failure to do so will void all warranty on the fabric and lining.
  • *Not all curtain fabrics can be dry cleaned
  • *Most curtain fabrics are not able to be machine washed

Cleaning and maintaining Curtain Tracks:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean track external surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dust and debris
  • Use a dry soft brush (non-abrasive) to brush away build up from track internals
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the track internals. Do this by simply using the applicator to spray a light coverage into the groove that retains the Curtain runners and cord. A light coverage of silicon spray should also be applied to pulley ends.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores
  • Clean cords with a damp cloth or baby wipe if required
  • Ensure that lift cords remain untangled

Warranties:

  • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
  • Curtain fabrics- 5 years
  • Pullies and cord mechanisms – 3 years
  • Pull cords – 3years
  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

Since Plantation Shutters (timber and PVC) are installed inside the home, general cleaning and maintenance is required.

Repair or remakes of defective/damaged products are the sole remedy under this warranty. All efforts will be made to repair products with same or similar products/components.

Moisture is a natural enemy of timber planation shutters; timber exposed to moisture will expand. This expansion leads to cracking paint. Even once shutters are dried, the visible damage from moisture exposure will still be visible. Should shutters ever become wet, they need to be thoroughly dried immediately. Moisture from condensation can also be damaging.Ensure there is sufficient ventilation around frames and panels for rooms with high humidity or poor ventilation.

Any damage from Water and/or Moisture damage is not covered under warranty. It is unreasonable to expect a Country Blinds Pty Ltd employee or representative should be aware of a room that has high humidity or poor ventilation, therefore this remains the responsibility of the customer to ensure the room is fit for timber shutters. In cases where high humidity or poor ventilation is present, PVC shutters should be considered.

Removal of installed shutters can often cause damage to the surfaces into which they are installed. Country Blinds Pty Ltd staff will make all reasonable efforts to protect surfaces from damage. In no event shall Country Blinds be responsible for cost associated with the removal and/or damage to the surfaces into which the shutters are installed.

Country Blinds Pty Ltd is not able to guarantee exact matches to samples, nor are they able to guarantee exact matches on subsequent orders, repaired or replacement parts. Returns cannot be authorized due to these normal variations.

It is expected that shutters may settle overtime, after this time it is expected that the opening side of the shutter may contact the sill frame with the nylon bumper depending on clearance inside the frame. This is normal and no repair or replacement will be authorized due to shutters settling overtime.

Blades should only be rotated with care, by hand. Never rotate blades by gripping the top or bottom blade in a stack of blades, doing this will put excess pressure on the rotation link screw and can lead to damaging the blade. It is advised to rotate blades using a blade in the middle of a stack and in instances for more than 10 blades, two hand operation is advised. No warranty applies to blades damaged due to misuse.

Cleaning and maintaining Plantation Shutter Blades, Stiles and Frames:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Dust should be removed by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting or a duster
  • Should excess surface dust remain, remove with a clean, damp microfibre cloth
  • Never clean with solvent based cleaners
  • Never use excess force or hard scrubbing motion as this will damage paint finish
  • Always check that ventilation issues are not beginning (evidence of moisture on glass behind shutters or on window sills will be an indicator of this)

Cleaning and maintaining Sliding or Bifold Shutters:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

  • Clean track external surfaces with a clean, damp microfibre cloth to remove loose dust and debris
  • Use a dry soft brush (non-abrasive) to brush away build up from track internals
  • Dust and dirt should be removed from bottom tracks by vacuum cleaner on a very low setting
  • Apply ‘food grade’ Silicon Spray (such as Helmar® H4000 Silicon Spray) onto the track internals. Do this by simply using the applicator to spray a light coverage into the groove that retains the shutter top rollers and bottom runners. A light coverage of silicon spray should also be applied to shutter top rollers and bottom runners.
  • *ONLY SILICON SPRAY should be used as the lubricant. Other oil-based lubricants (such and WD-40® and RP7®) will attract dust and grime creating more friction and voiding the warranty.
  • Silicon Spray can be purchased from Country Blinds and other hardware stores

Warranties:

This process should occur at least once in your applicable Maintenance Interval.

    • Warranty must be read in conjunction with Maintenance Intervals for Internal Products
    • Structural – 15 year (covers surround frame, panel frame joinery and blades)
    • Blade pivots and moving parts are covered for – 2 years

*blades damaged due to misuse are not covered under the structural warranty

  • Hardware including hinges, tracks, rollers and magnets – 3 years
  • Colour Fastness – 3 years,

 

*like all stained and clear lacquered natural timber finishes will they fade over time and are not covered by colour fastness, solid colours are recommended if fading is not a desired outcome.

  • Installation (Labour and Fitting) – 12 months

 

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