Verosol is a specialist in the design and manufacture of functional indoor solar shading fabrics and blinds. Verosol is the inventor of metallised fabric and pleated blinds and continuously innovates to offer the highest performance in heat and daylight control to create a more sustainable building environment. Headquartered in Eibergen, The Netherlands, Verosol has facilities in The Netherlands, Australia and Spain and a worldwide licensee network for global distribution.
Since those early years, we continue to live Cornelis’ legacy and strive to create sustainable environments where people can live and work comfortably.
As fashion, architectural design and construction technology has evolved, so too has Verosol. Verosol now delivers a new generation of metal backed fabrics and blind systems with an internationally recognised reputation for quality, solar efficiency, flexibility and performance.
Varilux comes highly recommended! When moving into our new offices, Varilux kindly provided us with temporary blinds whilst ours was on order. After consultation they suggested we install ‘Verosol Silverscreen Roller Blinds’…it lets through natural light, but blocks out the harsh glare, we could not be happier with the results! After installation, they randomly popped in to check the blinds and to make sure that we’re happy. On the odd occasion that I phoned them for something it was ‘same day service’…sometimes within the hour… and ALWAYS service with a smile. Such a pleasure to deal with the Varilux team. We will definitely make use of them again AND I can definitely recommend them.
In 1963 Cornelis Verolme, the famous Dutch shipbuilder and founder of Verosol, sailed into the New York harbour. He marvelled at the impressing skyline and noticed that the towering skyscrapers were mostly clad in glass. He wondered how difficult it would be to keep the indoor climate manageable.
Cornelis became passionate with the idea of finding a solution to this problem and experimented tirelessly with many ideas and concepts. In 1965 he established the Verolme vacuum metalising company and developed a process – still unique today, of applying a microscopic layer of aluminium to textile.
Cornelis believed that if he could create metal backed fabrics that could be made into curtains and blinds, with the metal side facing outwards, heat and glare could be reflected back outside the building. By regulating this heat and light, buildings could not only benefit by significant energy savings but would also create a much more comfortable environment for occupants.