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Our  <strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Roof Blinds

Our pure™ Pleated Roof Blinds

For a large L-Shape conservatory such as thing, the addition of conservatory blinds can make a huge difference.

Because there is so much glass to let in sunlight, the room can often become uncomfortably warm, and there will be constant glare throughout the day. By adding blinds to both the roof and the windows, the room is transformed into a more comfortable area that can be enjoyed all throughout the day.

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Duette<sup>®</sup> Creating a Comfortable Conservatory

Duette® Creating a Comfortable Conservatory

A wide shot of these Duette® Blinds in a P-shape conservatory. This photo shows how the Duette® fabric dramatically reduces heat and glare in the room, while not making it too dark on sunny days. This means that the owners of this conservatory can still use the room as both a dining room and living room, but now much more comfortably.

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Duette<sup>®</sup> Side Bllinds with SmartCord<sup>®</sup> Operation

Duette® Side Bllinds with SmartCord® Operation

These Duette® Window Blinds have been fitted with the SmartCord® system, which allows for a cord operated freehanging blind that is still child safe.

From the angle of this photo you can see that, even with the larger SmartCord® rail, we were able to neatly fit the blinds next to the glass so that there were no gaps to let light through.

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Duette<sup>®</sup> Shaped Roof Blinds

Duette® Shaped Roof Blinds

This photo shows how neatly we can fit blinds with Duette® Fabrics into a shaped conservatory roof. The honeycomb structure of the Duette® fabric which makes it such a good insulator also means that it can be very tricky to make the blinds in unusual shapes, especially involving obtuse angles.

However, because of the unique way that we fix the blinds to the frame of the conservatory, as well as the years of experience in both our manufacturing and installation teams, we are able to make shaped Duette® roof blinds that fit neatly without gaps that let heat and light into the conservatory.

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Vision Window Blinds (retracted)

Vision Window Blinds (retracted)

The Vision Window blinds are shown here fully retracted, so you can see how neat they are when they are not in use.

The rest of the conservatory uses Duette® Pleated Blinds in the roof, sides, doors and the gable end. The roof and gable blinds are controlled using our exclusive puresolo™ Remote Control system, which has been designed to be used in conservatories.

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Vision Blinds: Translucent to Opaque

Vision Blinds: Translucent to Opaque

This image clearly shows the difference between the translucent and opaque alignments you can have your Vision window blind set to.

When the opaque parts of the fabric are aligned, as they are on the left hand blind, you get a blackout effect that dramatically reduces the amount of light coming through the blind. The translucent arrangement, as seen on the left hand blind, still lets a lot of light through but at the same time reduces heat and glare, letting you enjoy a light and airy room in comfort.

The ability to move from a blind that keeps the light atmosphere of a room, to a total blackout effect is what makes Vision blinds so popular as window blinds in conservatories, allowing you to control the light and privacy in the room.

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