Conservatory blinds are available made from a special reflective material, and these can help keep heat in during winter and out during summer.
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Adding a conservatory is a great way to add extra space to your house. To get the best from the additional room, however, it should be accessible year round. The large glass area found in conservatories means that they can become too hot in the summer sun, and too cold in the winter months. How can a comfortable environment be achieved whatever the season? Conservatory blinds are the answer.
Conservatory blinds are available in a range of styles too, and which style you choose depends on a number of factors.
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Roller conservatory blinds are a popular choice, and are available in a range of different fabrics. Choose from a range of colors and patterns. For the most temperature regulation, reflective fabric should be selected. Blackout blinds, which block practically all of the light entering the room, are even available. Roller blinds can also be fitted to ceilings and operated either electrically or manually with a pole.
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Vertical conservatory blinds will give a modern feel to your conservatory. They are available in a number of colors and styles. These blinds can be rotated to adjust the amount of light entering the room, and are particularly useful to block out direct sunlight whilst still allowing light into the room. Vertical conservatory blinds are not suitable for ceilings, but colors and patterns can be matched to the same style as the ceiling blinds.
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Venetian blinds are horizontal slats that, again, can be rotated to alter the amount of light entering the room. Because the slats are horizontal, rather than vertical, they can take a little more maintenance to keep them looking spotless. The conservatory blinds can be raised completely to allow access for cleaning windows. Like vertical blinds, Venetian blinds cannot be fitted to the ceiling so they will need to be matched with another style.