Solutions for Conservatories
Conservatories are a fantastic addition to any home, giving you extra space for less than the cost of an extension. But… they are notorious for being too hot in summer and too cold in winter.
Conservatory Blinds are your answer, and there are lots of options that can work for your style and budget.
Conservatory Window Blinds
Just about any blind will work in a conservatory and we supply and install made to measure Roller Blinds, Roman Blinds, Vertical Blinds and Venetian Blinds to suit many local homes.
We also fit made to measure pleated blinds, including the unique Duette honeycomb style to insulate your room and top down, bottom up blinds which give you control over light and glare no matter what time of day.
Find out about our no drill options.
Conservatory Roof Blinds
Heat in summer mainly comes through the roof, so blinds help combat that by reflecting up to 50% back. Pleated Blinds are your best option as they can be cut to fit any shape of roof window and can be folded into a small stack whenever you want them open. Motorised blinds will allow you control at the touch of a button. Pleated Duette Blinds with an aluminium core will give the most efficient heat barrier and not only help keep your conservatory cooler in summer, but warmer in winter too.
Becoming ever more popular, conservatory sails are an innovative modern way to control heat and glare in your conservatory.
Each blind is tailor made for your conservatory and it fitted underneath your roof frame, suspended on hooks which allows it to be taken down and washed easily.
As well as looking fantastic, conservatory sail blinds have brilliant reflective properties, reflecting more than 70% of the sun’s heat to keep your conservatory cooler.
We offer a variety of appointment types and solutions for you. Either in the comfort of your own home for that final decision or a first look at our full range in our modern showroom where you can see our products being made in our onsite workshop.Book an AppointmentCall us for more information