Cost of roller blinds

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Roller blinds installation services have an average rate of $40/m2. This is usually for labour only and does not cover the cost of materials and other variables. Depending on the project, prices can go as high as approximately $61/m2.

Where do these prices come from?

All prices stated in this article are based on FY 2018 pricing data compiled by ServiceSeeking.com.au. The figures resulted from a comprehensive analysis of quotes submitted by Blinds Installers on the site from December 2016 to December 2017.

Roller blinds installation prices from real customers

Amy from NSW
Amy had seven blackout roller blinds installed in her home in Kogarah Bay. Blinds were installed on five windows, and two were installed on balcony doors.
TOTAL COST: $2,400
Raj from Vic
He had roller blinds installed on all the windows in his Point Cook home.
TOTAL COST: $2,200
Jackie from NSW
She needed roller blinds installed on four windows in her home in Sans Souci.
TOTAL COST: $1,500

Factors influencing the cost of roller blinds installation

Even though roller blinds are usually considered an economical choice, actual prices can still vary from job to job. Factors that can affect the cost of installing these blinds include:

Size

Plenty of roller blinds installers charge a “per square metre” rate. You’re likely to pay a a higher fee if you have larger or custom-sized windows.

Fabric

Roller blinds come in three different fabrics: transparent, translucent, and blackout. Transparent blinds typically have thin fabrics, which effectively diffuse light while offering a clear view. These are often low-cost as well. Meanwhile, translucent blinds are thicker, so they are able to offer more privacy. They’re usually more expensive, though. Blackout blinds are the thickest and most expensive option available. As its name implies, it can block out light and give complete privacy. It also offers great protection from heat and ultraviolet rays.

Additional tasks

A straightforward installation job will almost always be cheaper than a job that requires additional work. An example of this is having old or damaged blinds removed prior to installing new ones.

Hiring a professional can assure you of a smooth installation and a quality job. At ServiceSeeking.com.au, it’s easy to find reliable businesses to carry out this task for you.

Pricing information correct as at December 2017.

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