Our Quality Standard
Promising only what we can deliver — always delivering what we promise.
Robust contract specification: As a major window blind contractor to the Local Authority, we have to manufacture and install blinds to the highest specification of materials and components. The specification of the blinds we supply to the public is exactly the same robust quality.
Pirate Pete’s Indoor Play Centre in Ayr, urgently required blackout blinds for their laser zone. This installation was a challenge because of the difficulty in gaining access to the windows, we had to hire a support harness. Job done.
Irvine Royal Academy is a prime example of a vertical and roller blind recent installation.
The Housing Offices in Bridgegate House chose these jade colour venetians for their recent upgrade.
Shown below are Perfect Fit Venetian blinds installed in the Celtic Social Club premises, in Irvine.
Mrs P of Ayr wanted vertical blinds for her two large patio doors. Unfortunately, a door handle intruded, cutting down the space for the slats to 50mm (2inches.) The solution was to fit the patio doors with solid pvc slats of 50mm (2 inches) wide. Job done!
Mr M of Ayr had three blinds companies to survey his curved glass window, and was told by all three that it was not possible to fit a vertical. The professionals at Charisma thought differently, as you can see!
Panel Blinds have rails both top and bottom, along which the material (enclosed in a frame) slides.Mrs D of Kilmaurs is delighted with the effect.
Mr F of Barassie is delighted equally with the appearance and with the thermal effectiveness of his conservatory roof blinds.
A good contrast with the above; these windows in Mr J’s of Largs conservatory, are fitted using our own manufactured “Perfect Fit” system. This involves having a secondary frame which clicks onto the window, without the use of screws.
The people at Girdle Toll Community Centre wanted pleated blinds on their conservatory roof, with matching roller blinds on the windows. They also wanted some colourful rollers in the rest of the building. We are proud of the professional effect we achievedâ€”on timeâ€”on budget!
Another contrast; Mrs M of Cumnock has a conservatory in brown but wanted “Perfect Fit” pleated blinds and thought the white frames would not suit. Job done in tasteful dark brown!
Mr and Mrs W of Coylton felt their house needed brightening up in their sun-room and kitchen. Some brightly coloured blinds did the trick! ( There was not enough room for a conventional roller bracket behind the door, so a “perfect fit” roller was the “perfect” solution.)
Mrs B of Galston wanted to make a feature of her kitchen vertical blind. She achieved this by having slats of different colours in the same blind;choosing cream, toffee, fudge and chocolate.(And she hasn’t put on any weight, before you ask.)
Venetian blinds white/black combo: Mrs R of Ayrgot an interesting effect in her bathroom venetian blinds by having by havinga combination of sparkle black and polar white slats in the same blind.