Pleated blinds should be used for the roof because they are self contained and do not sag. They are operated using a pole with control cords for each blind and can be arranged according to the style you want. Woodweave blinds, made of reeds that have been woven together, offer a more traditional look and are suitable for deep-beamed wooden conservatories, for your windows and doors, consider roller or Venetian blinds in your conservatory.
An economical option is to have pleated blinds on the roof and roller or Venetian blinds on the walls for your privacy. Roller blinds and others are easier to install, however pleated blinds are expensive and need to be professionally fitted and installed. Specialist blind fabrics, suitable for use in environments of excessive heat, dust, insects and moisture, are available for conservatories. Also, you should use reflective, opaque blinds for the roof in very hot areas. Avoid vertically-placed blinds in your conservatory, as even though they offer better light control, they are not very durable and have more chance of getting dirty or damaged, especially if your conservatory has patio doors and is frequently used by children or pets.
When choosing your Blind Supplier in Preston you should choose a team of experts who are well-informed on the pros and cons on all types of blinds so they can answer any of your queries. They will recommend the right blinds to suit your budget and needs and ensure excellent service and customer satisfaction, be careful to pick a company that’s devoted to its products for their functionality rather than value.
You can find the right Conservatory Blinds at Red Rose Blinds – call us on 01772 655566 or Book a FREE Design Appointment online today or visit our fabulous Showroom in Preston showcasing a huge range of Conservatory Window & Roof Blinds.