Roof Blinds Are The Ideal Accompaniment To A Glass Roof

External Roof Blinds

A recently published Houzz article featured some excellent advice about how to bring light into your home with the addition of a glass roof. The article explained that whilst a large area of glazing is guaranteed to make an impressive architectural statement, as always there is a number of factors to consider before undertaking upon such project, one of which is the importance of considering the correct window treatments for your new roof. 

The article revealed that although a generous area of glass will add plenty of light to your home's interior, the excess glare can sacrifice day-to-day activities, a common reason why many of our client's opt for our superior external roof blinds. This is because glare can disrupt TV viewing along with creating exceptionally warm internal temperatures as a result of the 'greenhouse effect.' Thankfully, however, our external roof blinds are able to effectively reduce internal room temperatures by more than 10 degrees centigrade, on even the hottest of Summer's days, resulting in a pleasant internal environment all year round. 

External Roof Blinds

However, as suggested by the Houzz experts, it's important to bear in mind the addition of window treatments, such as our external blinds, from the very beginning of your glass roof project. This is key as it ensures there's a designated space for window treatments to be fitted around the windows, especially if your roof happens to be custom-sized.  

If you're interested in our exceptional external roof blinds and would like to find out more about our solar shading solutions, speak to one of our dedicated specialists today on 0344 800 1947. Alternatively, you can complete our quick enquiry form here and one of our experts will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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