What are the best blinds for K Glass?

Pilkington created K-Glass® as a ground-breaking form of glazing that helps save energy by significantly reducing the heat loss like normal double-glazing. It is now the most popular choice for window glazing because it helps to improve the U-value of a conservatory.

Whilst it is not a requirement in a separate conservatory, it is still commonly specified (open plan conservatories will still need to meet the required U-values).

Genuine conservatory blinds will improve the performance of K-Glass as it does not reduce solar gain heat build-up created by the sun and still allows conservatories to significantly lose heat through the large amount of glass (compared to a house).

Whilst we would advise against highly reflective laminated fabrics such as some pleated blinds, roller blinds and venetian blinds, all of our purpose-designed conservatory blinds (such as pure pleated blinds, Eos pleated blinds and purePinoleum Blinds) are safe to use with K-Glass (or any form of E-Glazing).

For specific advice about which conservatory blinds will suit your requirements, please contact us.

 

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