A lot of conservatories have obtuse shaped roof panels, but only Conservatory Blinds Limited has the technology to make a fully operational obtuse blind.
Obtuse triangles have a greater base angle than 90 degrees, which means that they lean backwards. You will find that any blind salesman encountering this will either suggest an oversized blind that also covers an adjacent pane of glass, or will tell you that the blind will need a fixed area at the base.
Our unique obtuse blinds can nearly always be fully operated and do not need to be made in two, with a fixed rail and fan-shaped infill of fabric.
Because most UPVC conservatory roof manufacturers require an individual blind layout, and because timber conservatories nearly always look much more attractive with blinds fitted between the rafters, we have developed a unique obtuse blind.
Not only do our obtuse manual blinds completely retract, they also have the ability to be made to a very narrow top apex (just 59mm) so that they fit much further up than any other blinds, so cover much more of the glass. Even our pinoleum blinds can be made into obtuse shaped triangles, so they can be fitted neatly.
To actually see an obtuse blind, contact us for a free quotation because our Sales Team all have real blinds that you can compare in your own conservatory.