Net Curtains for Care Homes.
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Back in April 2015, we were at the Care Home Expo at the BIC in Bournemouth and it was really nice to see all the new and innovative products and techniques continuing to emerge. Advancements in bed comfort and the effort the interior designers are putting into dementia care was particularly impressive, but it was also good to hear how net curtains in care homes are helping too.
Why are net curtains good for care homes
We understand that when it comes to care homes, your residents want to feel at ease. As a result, excellent quality curtains are required to complete the look of your space.
As you may have read on our site, from a partnership with Nottingham Trent university to research into the effectiveness of net curtains on dust and pollen, we now know more about the scientific health benefits of net curtains. Net Curtain designs such as Hawaii and have been proven to reduce dust and pollen by up to 56%. There was also a lot of talk around the recent privacy regulations, which is even more of a reason to furnish ground floor rooms with net curtains. To add an extra layer to finish the look, you can also find our entire range of Enhanced Living curtains and find out how they could help you here.
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Fire Retardant curtains for care homes
We offer fire retardant net and voile curtains that hold certificate BS5867 pt2 types B for all situations large and small. Our full Fire Retardant range includes net, voiles and can be made to measure or simply bought as a cut piece or entire roll. As our flame retardant curtains hold BS5967 this means we meet British Standards for Care Homes.
*BS5867 pt2: is the first of 2 classes of fire retardant fabric that meet British standards for commercial environments. Type B fabrics are suitable for public buildings and offices. The standard specifies how a fabric burns to minimise how a fire spreads in a building. To find out more about Fire Retardant fabrics click here
The look and feel of curtains for care homes
The white net curtains are used provide the space with a bright and airy atmosphere. These also provide a sense of sophistication to the rooms and bring them to life. The elegant white curtains above are most appropriate for a care homes due to their practical nature. This furnishings have a significant influence on the happiness and daily life of its people. They also provide a level of privacy to the residents and filter light from the sun.
During winter it is advised to add thermal curtains to the residents rooms, this is because these curtains can retain heat for as long as possible and provide an additional layer of insulation. Our thermal curtains and panels come in different colours and designs to liven up the rooms with bold colours and elegant designs to create the ideal feel of the rooms. To find out more about thermal curtains click here.
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To find out more just drop us an email at email@example.com or give us a call on 0203 907 7280 and we can help you to calculate sizes, provide free no obligation estimates and as ever, we have a free next day sample service. We offer fast, competitive quotes free of charge. And with years of experience making and supplying curtains, we can also help advise you on fabric selection, measuring and interior design.
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