A self build house project diary
by Oliver Cannell
Guest Article - Thursday 23rd August 2018

Keep your conservatory cool in the summer with conservatory roof blinds

Adding roof blinds to your new conservatory or sunroom means you'll be able to enjoy it even more, all year round.

Whether you've just built a new house with a conservatory, sun room or orangery included - or you have a conservatory on your existing home - using this space all year round can become a challenge with bright, sunny weather.

Enjoying your conservatory all year round is easy if it's north-facing, as it will remain in the shade of your house for longer - but if you are south-facing, the sun will make the conservatory very hot, especially during the summer months.

Obviously being able to enjoy your conservatory or sun room all year, is one of the main attractions, but sometimes the temperature can increase too far. By installing conservatory roof blinds, you can help keep out a lot of sunlight, and reduce the temperature of your conservatory significantly.

By using "clip-in" roof blinds, they are quick to install and can be fiited to nearly all modern double-glazed conservatories.

There are also dozens of conservatory blind fabrics to chose from, so the style will compliment whatever decor you have in your home.


Conservatory Roof Blinds are a great UK company supplying sun room blinds and roof blinds for conservatories.

You can apply for a free online quote from their "no high pressure sales" team here - www.conservatoryroofblinds.net

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