Regulate Room Temperature with Conservatory Blinds
A conservatory is a beautiful space that can be used to relax and unwind in. But it is also a well-known fact that conservatory rooms are unable to maintain a moderate temperature.
Considering their floor-to-ceiling glass panes, during the summer months they can create somewhat of a greenhouse effect, becoming hot and stuffy, and in the winter they turn into a cold and redundant unwelcoming space that serves no purpose in your home.
So, how can you tackle this problem? Blinds are the simple answer! They not only look good; they can help regulate drastic temperatures so your conservatory can remain in full use all year round.
There are various styles of conservatory blinds that prove more suitable for different times of the year, but generally speaking any made to measure blind is the best option to offer ultimate insulation and sun protection for your conservatory.
Throughout the summer, when the sun is at its strongest, it can be detrimental to anything it casts its damaging UV rays on. With blinds, heat can be reflected, glare can be banished and furniture protected from direct sunlight that can bleach and fade its colour.
For the summer months of the year, vertical and Venetian blinds are the best styles to go for in terms of light control and privacy. Their slanted design allows you to let in whatever quantity of light you require whilst also offering complete privacy. These styles can withhold extreme levels of heat and still retain their shape and appearance, making them ideal for the hottest months of the year. You may also find that blocking the heat out with these blinds will help keep energy bills to a minimum, as you won’t rely on the constant running of fans or air conditioning units to keep you cool in your conservatory.
During the winter months, Roman or roller blinds are very practical and suitable options. The Roman blind is similar to a curtain with its drapery appearance and the heavier material helping to keep any draughts at bay, insulating the room and keeping heating bills down.
Likewise, a roller or pleated blind can offer insulation to the room and can either totally block out any light, or be fully rolled up to let in as much light as required. However, the material does not offer the best protection against a strong sun, which is why these make the better option for the winter months, when daylight hours are at a minimum.
If you’re considering conservatory blinds for your conservatory, either to help regulate the room temperature or simply for the aesthetics and ambience they create, then please feel free to get in touch with the friendly and skilled team here at Angel Blinds and Shutters. We can provide perfect fit blinds to complement your conservatory and decorate it beautifully.
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