theblindman wrote: »
blinds do work, as long as you get the right ones, you need the correct backing, either energy saver, or ESP,
The customer was more than happy to pay £1300 for these blinds, especially as i demonstated by getting them to stand in the conservatory with no blinds then drew them whilst they stood there, instantly cooler.
Anthea~turner wrote: »
Thankyou for all the replies. Those sail board blinds look interesting.
I am going to look into making my own blinds, to see if i can save on costs.
£1300 on blinds is too much for me, but i can see that it is worth it to those who can afford to pay that much.
I hope to be able to use some of your ideas, which have been a great help to me. Thanks Anthea.
squibbs25 wrote: »
My nan has the polycool fitted in her conservatory and it does work. Def keeps the temp down in there as i found out the other day while i was there
How does Polycool compare to roof blinds? Polycool is less expensive, maintenance free, and clean. Blinds will not stop the heat build-up
emmell wrote: »
A relative of mine puts up a parasol inside his conservatory and sits under it with the doors and windows open. He first saw it in a very posh house on the coast and thought, if it's good enough for them then it had to be good enough for him.
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