Based near St Albans, Haselhurst Blinds are long-established and have been providing high-quality curtains and blinds in St Albans and other local surrounding areas.
We strive to provide a high-quality customer service that goes above and beyond for each of our clients. If you’re not sure what kind of blinds are best suited for your home or you are not entirely sure about what kind of design you are after, our dedicated team can definitely help. We can advise on the best blinds suited for specific rooms in your home, as well as inform you on our vast range of blind types, from Venetian to motorised.
Bring your home up to date with a selection of blinds in St Albans that vary in design, style and material. We have something for everyone and can provide a product that leaves you satisfied and with a beautiful home interior. Get in touch today for more information on our extensive range.
We are firm believers in helping our customers achieve great value, whether it be for residential or commercial projects. At Haselhurst we guarantee great quality and service to ensure exceptional value every time.
At Haselhurst Blinds, we offer only the highest quality materials and finished blinds for your project. We’re based in Aylesbury, near St Albans, but have access to the most reputable nationwide suppliers. This ensures that we can ensure quick turnarounds and competitive prices for your domestic or commercial blinds project in St Albans.
All of our products are high-quality, yet affordable. We believe in offering fair pricing, but at the same time providing a service that is second to none.
Whether your home is modern or traditional, we have a blind styles to suit everyones tastes. Choose from a range of blinds styles, sizes and materials.
We offer blinds that are great all-year-round. If you have a lot of windows in your home, you might want to reduce the amount of light pouring into your home with our blackout blinds.
Blinds act as an insulation layer, meaning during the Winter they can save you money on your bills by retaining heat in the home. And vice-versa, during the summer they help reduce unwanted heat.