Draper blinds are the fastest growing commercial window blind manufacturer in the USA. Started in 1902, the company is still family owned and has a legacy of quality and value. Favoured by American architects and American global companies, Draper blinds are now manufactured in the UK by Waverley.
Draper blinds have been used in some of North America’s most iconic buildings including the new World Trade Centre in New York and the Canadian parliament buildings in Ottawa.
The secret behind Draper’s enduring success is the industry’s most robust clutch mechanism. Available in single blind and dual blind configurations the special ball bearing clutch is located within the fixing bracket rather than on the end of the roller tube to provide smooth quiet operation even for large blinds. the control chain hangs directly below the brackets further improving stability.
The ultimate in durability, these blinds are proven to give years of trouble free service and all hardware systems are backed by a 25-year guarantee. Offering the best double roller blind system on the market and with more cassette and fascia options than their US rival, architects and commercial interior designers now have more flexibility to ensure their solar shading solution helps create an exceptional working environment for their clients.
Draper blinds can be manufactured using any fabric from Waverley’s ShadeTech range of high performance fabrics including the Verosol Silverscreen and Enviroscreen metallised fabrics.
Our sales, factory and installation teams are fully trained on all aspects of Draper systems to provide architects and contractor the assurance that their projects will be looked after. We stock and manufacture both manual and electric Draper blinds ensuring quick lead times.
Available with manual side chain or electric motor operation, Draper roller blinds will suit any environment and budget. In addition to the Flexshade XD and Motorised Flexshade models for standard sized windows, the Draper range includes the Flexshade 2 and Flexshade Colossal systems that are capable of covering glazing up to 8.7m wide and 12m high.