Client Testimony: External Blinds Reduce Conservatory Heat

Conservatory Roof Blind - External

Mounted to the top of your conservatory roof, our external conservatory blinds stop the sun’s heat before it even reaches the glass and therefore prevents unwanted solar heat gain. This ensures you can enjoy your conservatory without sweltering in the heat, even on the warmest of Summer’s day, as Mrs Milne from Farnborough is now experiencing following the installation of our Cayman model external roof blind to her conservatory roof at the end of last month:

“I am really pleased with the external blind, my new toy :-). Others have been equally impressed ….. (on) hot days ….. I can comfortably sit in the conservatory in direct sun and no longer worry about cats being accidentally shut in there.

My initial enquiry was dealt with in a helpful and efficient manner with a cost guide provided from photos and measurements. The cost was very close to the final sum once the site survey had been completed.

Other companies would only give a cost when on site and sounded distinctly like the old style of hard sales method e.g. 3 hours of talk/video.

I originally had internal concertina style roof blinds which made some difference to the heat but were not easy to maintain and over time sagged dramatically. The new blind is not only more efficient regarding heat reduction but also light levels are not reduced as much. As the blind is above the roof the conservatory seems higher and less enclosed.

The installation team were cheerful, focused and worked hard completing their work within the day leaving the site clean and tidy.”

If like Mrs Milne would like to enjoy a cool, glare free conservatory this Summer, talk to one of our specialists today on 0344 800 1947 who will provide you with honest, expert advice on the right specification external blind for your conservatory with no pressure selling tactics whatsoever.

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