High-class shops and stores provide the backbone of the retail side of the Regal Blinds business.
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We take special care to ensure all our projects in the workplace are on time, to budget and to our customers’ complete satisfaction.
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We are experienced in fitting to your timetables and helping you choose the right blinds for every area of your school or college.
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As a specified NHS supplier, health professionals can be confident that our blinds will offer outstanding performance.
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Whether you are involved in buy-to-let or the complete refurbishment of a property, Regal Blinds can help.
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We are industry leaders in bringing new blind technologies and fabrics to you.
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Criminal Records Services, including Criminal Records Bureau (CRB), an executive agency of the Home Office that vets applications for organizations that want to work with children and vulnerable people.
Regal Blinds has an in-depth policy, regularly updated and reviewed, complying with, for example, risk assessment, method statements, and health surveillance at work.
The Regal Blinds environmental policy is an agreed statement of our stance towards the environment in which we operate.
The policy is the cornerstone of our intent to reduce our carbon footprint, improve recycling, reduce reliance on packaging, minimize waste and improve efficiencies on finite natural resources in all of the company’s operations and all departments. As a manufacturer we will promote the understanding of sustainability within all we make as a green supplier.
All environmental commitments should be an integral part of our day-to-day activities and we are constantly looking for ways in which we can improve our green credentials.
At Regal Blinds we adopt an equal opportunities policy that seeks to influence behaviour through legislation so that discrimination is prevented. It is based on moral and ethical arguments and is concerned with promoting the rights of all members in society.
Equal opportunities focuses on securing the equality of groups, particularly minority groups. It seeks to alleviate the disadvantages that are experienced by them. Legislation is, therefore, supported by practical procedures such as positive action to assist under-represented groups in a particular area of work or in the workforce generally. Programmes can address such imbalance by ensuring that training opportunities and funded projects are opened up to the wider community and those groups who have been traditionally under-represented.