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<em><strong>pure</strong></em>™ Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

pure™ Pleated Conservatory Window Blinds

Recess-fitted pure™ pleated window blinds with Melon solar reflective fabric in a UPVC conservatory with tinted polycarbonate roof.

This image shows that P-shape conservatories have an external corner which means that you can view the recessed blinds "edge-on" and see any gaps. Bearing in mind that this is a real conservatory and not a staged photograph, compare this image to any standard pleated blinds and you will see the enormous difference. The only gaps visible, even at this "edge-on" angle, are where the pleats extend inwards towards the glass by a few millimetres.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Gable Blinds

pure™ Pleated Gable Blinds

Our unique pure Pleated roof and side blinds in a gullwing style conservatory. Whilst there are many possible features to pick out, this image (and the two others from this conservatory) show one possible solution when you have a shaped gable.

This customer requested fully-operational blinds that could completely retract. On this occasion they have selected roof blinds which we have made differently from normal roof blinds as gravity is acting directly downwards towards the base rail.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Gable Blinds (retracted)

pure™ Pleated Gable Blinds (retracted)

This second image from a gullwing style conservatory shows one of the 4 roof blinds that make up the gable having been retracted. Because this is not a normal roof blind we made it differently using fewer support "wires" and using clear Purlon Filament (so that they are barely noticeable). 

As you can see, the top of the shaped blinds is so narrow (60mm) that when surface-mounted there is no glass visible. The two central blinds which occupy the "starburst shaped area" have been fitted so close together that there is only a few millimetres gap.

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Close-up of Retracted Gable Blind

Close-up of Retracted Gable Blind

This final image is an extreme close-up of the retracted "gable roof blind" showing the clear Purlon Filament more clearly where the sunlight has caught it. Whilst this may not be the most attractive photograph, it shows just one of the options that are available for gable blinds and the attention to detail offered.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Retracted

pure™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Retracted

Our exclusive pure™ Pleated Blinds installed into the windows and doors of this uPVC conservatory in Cornwall.

The blinds are shown here fully retracted, demonstrating how invisible our recessed blinds can become when not in use.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Semi-Retracted

pure™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Semi-Retracted

Our exclusive pure™ Pleated Blinds installed into the windows and doors of this uPVC conservatory in Cornwall.

The blinds are shown here fully semi-retracted, providing shade and privacy from neighbours with the blinds on the side of the conservatory, while still keeping the sea view.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Extended

pure™ Pleated Blinds in Cornwall - Extended

Our exclusive pure™ Pleated Blinds installed into the windows and doors of this uPVC conservatory in Cornwall.

Here all the blinds are extended, offering complete privacy and protection from glare when the sun is low in the sky.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds in Hampshire

pure™ Pleated Blinds in Hampshire

Our unique pure™ Pleated Blinds, fitted into the roof, windows and doors of this Edwardian conservatory in Hampshire.

Because our purePleated Blinds are specifically designed for conservatories, they can be fitted into smaller gaps than standard conservatory blinds. You can see the advantages in this image, as there are minimal gaps around the central boss, leading to a neater looking conservatory.

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Semi retracted window blinds

Semi retracted window blinds

An image of our purePleated Blinds  installed in this uPVC Victorian conservatory, with the window blinds partially retracted.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds in Hampshire

pure™ Pleated Blinds in Hampshire

Our unique purePleated Blinds have been installed in the roof, windows and doors of this UPVC conservatory in Hampshire.

The window and door blinds are seen here fully retracted, showing just how little space the blinds take up with not in use, thanks to the style of recessed fitting that can only be done with pure Conservatory Blinds.

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Pinoleum Blinds - Amdega Conservatory

Pinoleum Blinds - Amdega Conservatory

Pinoleum blinds in a south-east facing Amdega conservatory in Gloucestershire with Stone Smoothweave and Natural edge braid installed June 2010.

This customer had quotations from the two other main conservatory blind specialists which prompted them to corresponded with us in some detail before allowing us to visit. Despite not being the cheapest option, they were obviously far happier ordering their blinds from Conservatory Blinds Limited.

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Part Operated Pinoleum Blinds

Part Operated Pinoleum Blinds

Part operated pinoleum blinds in an Amdega conservatory in Gloucestershire. Note how much glare is reduced by our pinoleum roof blinds compared to the open section of the glazing.

The doors were left without any blinds at the customer's request.

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