Outdoor shading manufacturer Caribbean Blinds has received official recognition from the UK’s leading trade body for landscape professionals, the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI).
Dedicated to continuously evolving and improving standards within the landscaping sector since it was established in 1972, the BALI presented Caribbean Blinds with the accreditation following a meticulous assessment across a range of criteria including workmanship, skill, and health and safety practices.
As a BALI member, Caribbean Blinds will join a growing community of over 1,800 architects, garden designers and suppliers, with access to a range of resources and benefits designed to encourage and promote an environmentally, ethically and commercially sustainable landscape sector.
Stuart Dantzic, Managing Director at Caribbean Blinds commented: “At Caribbean Blinds, we want to lead by example through offering quality, value and excellence in design, installation and service to the landscape industry specifically. Because of this, we are committed to strengthening our support within the sector and successfully growing our recognition in any way that we can.
“This latest development not only supports our mission for excellence in landscaping, but our position as experts in the field, assisting us on our goal to become the UK’s most desirable and trusted brand for external shading products. We look forward to continuing to build upon this solid foundation as an accredited BALI member and can’t wait to see what 2023 brings!”
For over 35 years, Caribbean Blinds has been exclusively designing, manufacturing and supplying the very finest external shading systems that transform the use, functionality and enjoyment of all types of spaces. The business has already experienced a wealth of success so far this year, having recently been ranked 17th in the Elite Business Top 100 UK SME Awards 2023, proving its strength, vision and resilience as a fast-growing UK SME.
For more information, visit: https://www.cbsolarshading.co.uk