Paragon Silverscreens service

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  1. Techno

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    I bought some Paragon Silverscreens over a year ago and have been pleased with them but I recently altered my cab side blinds to the latest type which are much thicker. This meant they would not fit anymore but I gave them a call and they have just converted them for me NOT a bodge but completely remanufactured. This for the great price of £30 with return postage. :thumb:

    EDIT this gives a good indication of repair costs too
     
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    They may not be the cheapest supplier in the first place, but as you have found they offer exemplary after sales....and they care. What a rare trait in today's world
     
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    nice one.i might try them my self.:thumb:
     
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    I have had Taylor made in the past so I know the difference too :thumb:
     
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    believe me, I have tried all the different versions, mainly thrown in with second hand vans, and can say with all sincerity, the original silverscreens are the absolute best:thumb:

    better design, better materials and by far the best service
     
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    i ordered a set of paragon screens for my scout yesterday at 2 oclock and got them this morning at 10 oclock. great fit , good material and lighter than my previous taylormade ones. is it worth spraying some fabsil waterproofer on them to stop the rain getting into them? sean
     
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    I can't imagine it would hurt but they dry out very quickly.. And if you take them some where hot... It may affect their finish...
     
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    Dunno about fabsil? I would enquire with Silverscreens before applying anything.
    I often put mine back in the bag wet as we use all year round. They are still in first class condition.
     
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    I'm pleased that everyone is singing the praises of these, as I've just taken delivery of a second hand one for my MH. I'll get to test it out tonight. Best bit was it's price on eBay - including delivery just over £50! :thumb:
     
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    I hope you got the right one, they do three different models to suit cab internal blinds.

    Also so you don't look like a virgin :Laughing: here is the fitting video
    http://www.silverscreens.co.uk/Fitting Video.html
     
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    There were photos of it fitted to the van and it stated no internal blinds. I think the reason I got it so cheap was the failure to put Ducato in the item description, they only used the word 'Multijet'.
     
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    Tested and the thing is great. A really good fit!
     
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