Interior decorating franchise Marla Custom Blinds is helping us get more use out of our conservatories.
There’s nothing better than relaxing in a conservatory on a sunny day. While they are a fantastic way to add light and space to your home, having all that glass can actually cause quite a few problems. If these aren’t dealt with, it can even result in some homeowners steering clear of their conservatories altogether.
But Marla Custom Blinds reassures us that there is a solution if yours suffers from one of the following problems:
- Unbearably hot in warmer months
- Glare makes watching TV difficult
- Very cold in winter and expensive to heat
- Not enough privacy
The main reason for experiencing overheating, glare and heat loss is because of the conservatory roof, but the conservatory side windows and doors also add to the problem. Even with the most hi-tech glass, these issues can persist. However, installing custom-made conservatory roof and side blinds from an expert blind supplier can do the trick brilliantly.
Let’s start with conservatory roof blinds; a practical, flexible and yet still very attractive solution. You can choose from a range of fabrics that are energy efficient and easy to clean, and a variety of styles, including pleated, woodweave and roller blinds. Once you’re happy with your choice and you’ve decided whether you want specialist solar control coatings, then your blinds will be made to measure.
You can also choose conservatory side blinds and door blinds in a range of styles, including vertical, roller, venetian, pleated and roman. They also possess all the fantastic features of the roof blinds including being modern, energy efficient and solar-reflective fabrics. There are lots of fitting options, and you can even have multiple windows covered with a single blind to keep your costs down.
If you want to learn more about your options, including the “no drill” conservatory roof and side blinds, and conservatory sails, head to the Marla Custom Blinds website today. You can find out more about the interior decorating franchise on its client page.
Becky Martin, Point Franchise ©