Since you have probably gone to a lot of expense in having your conservatory fitted, it makes sense to ensure that your blinds do it justice.
Even if you haven’t had a new conservatory, getting the right blinds will transform your room and provide you with extra space throughout the entire year.
When it comes to selecting conservatory blinds, there are different considerations for roof and side blinds to take into account.
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Choosing Conservatory Blinds Since you have probably gone to a lot of expense in having your conservatory fitted, it makes sense to ensure that your blinds do it justice. Even if you haven't had a new conservatory, getting the right blinds will transform your room and...read more
Pleated blinds are the most popular choice for a conservatory roof since they can be manufactured to fit the most difficult shapes.
These days they are manufactured in such a way that they retain their shape over time. For hard to reach places, motorised options can be added.
High quality fabrics are coated to reflect more of the sun’s rays to keep your conservatory cooler during the Summer months. They can also help to retain heat during Winter.
Although you may choose to deck out the sides of your conservatory in the same fabric as your roof blinds, it is also possible to combine styles.
There are actually many more options available for side blinds since they do not need extra support in the same way as the roof blinds. You could choose something more decorative.
Pleated, venetian and vertical blinds have all been popular choices, as are perfect fit frames. If you have UPVC windows then Perfect Fit provide a neat frame that clips onto your window the need for any drilling.
Honeycomb pleated blinds are proving a popular choice for side windows due to their heat retention properties. Some fabrics can also retain heat while reflecting UV rays.
Also, make sure to view our range of Plantation Shutters, providing solid construction and enhanced insulation.