Blinds for Conservatories – What are the best type?
We offer a wide range of conservatory blinds because people install blinds for a multitude of reasons. There’s also a wide range of conservatory shapes such as Lean-to, Victorian style or entirely bespoke-shaped conservatories. These unique designs can make conservatories difficult to shade and the excess glass can make them difficult to heat. Which is where blinds for conservatories can help. We offer a range of shapes, designs and blind types and will help you find the right blinds for you.
Duette® Blinds for Conservatories
Our Duette® thermal blinds are our most popular blinds for conservatories. Due to its unique cellular structure, it works as an amazing blind for insulating and controlling temperatures in any glass extension. Duette® conservatory roof blinds and side blinds are a great investment as the blinds provide neat made-to-measure shading from top to bottom.
Additionally, the insulating material helps reduce heat build-up in the summer months and traps heat in the winter. This is because any form of fitted conservatory blind works also acts as a barrier to stop heat from escaping through your glazing. Your furnishings also face less UV damage and bleaching when they are shaded and protected with Duette® blinds.
Pleated Conservatory Blinds
Our pure™ Pleated blinds are great for unique windows that require precise measuring/cutting and maximum coverage. For example, there is often odd triangle shaped windows in a conservatory roof which are difficult to cover entirely without a blind specialist, like ourselves.
We fit our pure™ Pleated blinds close to the beading so they fit seamlessly with the look of your conservatory. Furthermore, we designed our pure™ range specifically for conservatories so they last for years to come.
Due to this, these blinds are capable of withstanding extreme temperatures often found in conservatories and help with shading and thermal regulation.
Pinoleum Blinds for Conservatories
If you’re looking for a more natural finish for your conservatory, we recommend installing Pinoleum Blinds. The natural weave of pinoleum flatters timber conservatories and orangeries the post and is great for dappled shading. We can install this fabric with an optional solar lining to help reflect excess heat in the summer and in the winter it still acts as a barrier between the cool glazing and your garden room.
Roller Blinds as Side blinds
Roller blinds are great for conservatory side blinds and are a simple solution for maximum coverage with minimal blinds. We can craft these free-hanging blinds in extra large sizes and can also install them as motorised roller blinds. Motorised roller blinds make controlling larger rolls of material simple and easy-to-use. However, we don’t recommend roller blinds for the roofs of conservatories.
We offer a broad selection of fabrics and fittings so you can customise your conservatory with bespoke blinds. Take advantage of our range today and get a free quotation!