How Do You Cover A Conservatory Window?

How Do You Cover A Conservatory Window?

Duette Blinds in a Glass Extension
Posted: 15 Jan 2020

There are many ways to cover windows in a conservatory; one of the most popular being blinds. At Specialist Blinds we have been transforming homes for over 25 years. This means, we can supply blinds to suit almost any shaped window, customer style or conservatory. So, if you are wondering what blinds to get for your conservatory windows? they are many options available. 

Duette® Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

Duette®  Thermal Blinds are ideal for those looking for a high performing but sleek looking blind for their conservatory windows. They offer a modern feel to the room with the cords being hidden inside the blind. This forms a unique honeycomb structure; allowing for this type of blind to offer excellent temperature control in the room This keeps the conservatory comfortable all year round.  

Cool Conservatory

pure™ Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

pure™ Pleated Blinds are a perfect solution for those with odd or usual shaped conservatory windows. Thanks, to our years of experience in the industry we have been able to create our unique pure™  rail. This allows for us to manufacture a blind for almost any shaped windows. This includes the gable shaped window commonly found in a conservatory.  

Narrow Window - pure™ pleated

Pinoleum Conservatory Window Blinds

Pinoleum Blinds offer a traditional and classic feel to the room while still being a practical blind for conservatory windows. Their smooth weave fabric is a common choice for customers with timber-framed conservatories. However, an optional solar lining is also available. This means the Pinoleum blinds can stilhelp to reduce heat (a frequent problem found with conservatories) without the risk of damaging the glass.  

Pinoleum Conservatory Window Blinds

Tru Fit Blinds

Tru Fit Blinds is an alternative drill-free option available for our customers. This system uses either the Duette®  or pure™ Pleated Blinds fabrics mentioned above. Tru Fit blinds are best used for conservatory side windows or doors. As this is where we attach two rails to the beading of the window without drilling or affecting the operation of the doors or windows. This type of blind can be operated from both the bottom and top of the windowsproviding customers with complete control over the amount of shading they want in their conservatory.  

Tru Fit Duette Conservatory Window Blinds


Perfect Fit Blinds

Like the Tru Fit option, Perfect Fit blinds are also a drill-free option for UPVC conservatory windows. This type of products uses a push-fitted frame around the window to make it ‘Perfect Fit’. Although, this system allows for no drilling or screwing to take place. It isn’t always the best solution for conservatory windows for several reasons:  

  • Customers can only choose from either Pleated, Venetian or Roller blind fabric mounted within the frame  
  • Customers will lose a considerable amount of their window to frame. This is because, the frame is bulky and thick.  
  • Only available for UPVC conservatory windows so this isn’t the right option for timber-framed or aluminium style windows.

Perfect Fit Conservatory Window Blinds


Finding the right window covering for your conservatory windows can be difficult. At Conservatory Blinds Limited we offer a free quotation with a member of our sales team.  At the quotation customers gain knowledge on all our products available and from here our sales representative can help find the best solution for the conservatory.  

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