We often find ourselves at the centre of the conservatory roof blinds versus conservatory roof insulation debate, so we thought we'd share some basic information about roof blinds and let you decide for yourself what's best for your conservatory.
Why should I consider conservatory roof blinds?
If you've spent any time at all in a typical conservatory, you know that these rooms—though lovely—can become unbearably hot in the summer and impossibly cold in the winter. The main function of conservatory roof blinds is to help regulate the temperature of the space.
Are there different styles to choose from?
Of course! Conservatory roof blinds are no one-size-fits-all affair. There are styles, colours and finishes to match nearly any décor.
Any cons that I should know about?
A significant challenge with conservatory roof blinds is that they do not afford the user with effectively low U values. In short they are not very efficient.
Now, if you want to truly turn your conservatory into a comfortable, functional space, consider conservatory roof insulation. Although decorative window treatments look nice, they really can't match the energy efficiency of an insulated conservatory ceiling. Your space will stay cool in the summer, hold heat in the winter and become the heart of your home all year round.