Singapore MTM Curtains
10 Anson Road #27-15 International Plaza Singapore 079903
Email: jaydenloh@mtmcurtains.com.sg
Website : www.mtmcurtains.com.sg
Blackout roller blind installed at Bishan

Blackout roller blind installed at Bishan

In this passage we will update on our previous job blackout roller blind installation work at one of our customer home at Bishan. Why blackout roller blind? As you may know that roller blinds has been super populated these days. Not only for commercial but also for residential, families find it easy to maintain and upkeep this window furnishing. In addition, roller blinds not only comes in blackout material but it also have fabric, woven or even perforated materials etc. Our company also provide customised printed roller blinds where you can opt to print an image of your liking onto the blinds. We would like to highlight that both indoor and outdoor roller blinds have different system and different materials. Therefore, it is always recommended to ensure what you purchased is correct for where it should be installed. Normally outdoor roller blinds should have enhanced safety measures taken install for different weather conditions. We have the installation picture shown below here. In conclusion, we would really suggest to decide on your purchase before making at least 3 quotation comparison. At Singapore MTM Curtains, we made to measure and fabricate to your...
Customised Printed Roller Blinds at Bright Vision Hospital

Customised Printed Roller Blinds at Bright Vision Hospital

Another projects completion.. It is our pleasure to install the printed roller blinds for the old folk’s at the Bright Vision Hospital located at Lorong Napiri Road at north east area. This printed roller blind design is based on the actual road conditions near the pedestrian crossing where motorist and our familiar SBS buses are around to help the patients to familiarize the environment. Picture Here: The purpose of this printed roller blinds is to install specially to teach the recovery patients on how to cross the pedestrian road safely. This is an exercise practice at Bright Vision Hospital to cultivate the patients who is recovering from walking etc to familiarize on how to cross the road and practice safety in the future. This project is done under the assistance and partnership our great photographer – Mr...