Horizontal Blinds


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Blind Requirements
Your Selection: Conservatory Roof Blinds«back
Conservatory Roof Blinds
Our Conservatory Horizontal Blinds are the same as normal Horizontal Blinds but usually fitted on the slope. Because the vanes are sprung they do not sag and, particularly as we only recommend the reflective clear vision materials, are especially efficient at reducing summer solar heat and glare. Unlike normal conservatory blinds they can easily be opened or adjusted to allow full light in on gloomy days.
They also do not catch the flies and dust as much as normal roof blinds and the clear vision vanes are washable!
They are not suitable for any situations other than for rectangular panels.

Your Options
  • Rails are white as standard.
  • Standard Clip or Adjustable Bracket fixation
  • 89mm or 127mm vane options
  • Choice of vane stacking and cording arrangements

Please choose the material from below :-

Designer Fabrics

Designer Fabrics

Patterned fabric material
Silver backing
Very effective solar rejection properties
Six colour choices
Maximum Vane Length 200cm
Clear Vision Embossed Films

Clear Vision Embossed Films

Polyester embossed clear film material
Mostly silver to exterior
The most effective solar rejection properties
Eleven colour choices
Blackout M1

Blackout M1

Polyester embossed clear film material
Mostly silver to exterior
The most effective solar rejection properties
Five colour choices
Maximum vane length 200cm
Energy Fabrics

Energy Fabrics

Fabric material with slight fleck
Silver backing
Very effective solar rejection properties
Eight colour choices
Maximum Vane Length 200cm
Solstis Fabric FR

Solstis Fabric FR

Mostly Plain Fire Resistant Fabric
Slightly Reflective Backed

Low Light Transmission

Medium/High Solar Heat Rejection

Ten colour Choices

Maximum Vane Length 200cm

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