The Government Recommends External Blinds To Prevent Overheating

External Roller Blinds

After Government officials issued a warning stating that "people can die from the heat at just 24.5°C," a second news report has highlighted the importance of keeping our properties cool during prolonged periods of warm weather. The report specifically recommends installing external shading outside windows- such as our highly-acclaimed external roller blinds– in order to combat the heat caused by our increasingly extreme Summers.

This advice is part of an extensive 46-page plan put together by authorities to prevent seasonal deaths and prepare officials in the event of an heatwave.

By effectively regulating solar heat, light (glare) and UV rays, with our external roller blinds mounted outside and running down directly in front of windows and sliding/bi-fold doors of all sizes, our blinds deliver a perfectly cool, comfortable and healthy indoor space for occupants. 

If you'd like to find out more information about our prestigious solar shading solutions and safeguard your home from future overheating, you can speak to one of our dedicated external roller blind specialists today on 0344 800 1947 for expert advice on the right blind system for your glazing. 

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