Understanding Quality of Screens and Window Blinds: Beyond the Basics
One of the first things we hear about when discussing any product is quality. But what exactly does this mean? Most of us probably have a good general sense of what this means, but would be unable to give a concise definition. Does it mean longer lasting, reliable, more attractive, easier to use, made of rare material, and designed by a famous, reputable name? And how do we know about things like reliability in advance? Perhaps these things are all components of quality. But even so, they should have something in common, or something linking them together.
The Essence of Quality: Cohesion and Compatibility
Quality seems to have something to do with everything fitting together. This may be the common link in many of the aforementioned components of quality.
Ease of use – If something is well designed it will work well, partly because all of its parts will neatly fit together and work well. It should also fit well with its surroundings i.e.:(a blind will neatly fit over a window).
Ease of use also means being designed for a human to easily use. This means being able to use the blind as a reflex action. You shouldn’t have to figure anything out, it is not a puzzle. You just press the switch or pull the cord to open and close the blind, and let the right amount of light in.
Quality should include looking attractive. This is partly subjective, but even then the subjectivity may be about what we associate with quality. We might think that plastic looks cheap, or that leather looks luxurious. This is some basis for this preference, because plastic was once the cheap and nasty option, and leather was a tried and true material. Today, even plastic can give quite good results.
Advancements in Material Quality: The Case of Fly Screens
Modern fly screen mesh can be light nylon material, which keeps out insects perfectly well. Or it can be metal mesh that is strong enough to prevent people from getting inside or falling out of windows. It is not difficult to get a good quality screen custom-made to fit your windows. Choose permanent retractable fly screens.
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