One thing that puts a lot of people off getting blinds for conservatories is the difficulty they might have put them up. Even though installing conservatory blinds is generally quite straightforward if you have little or no DIY skills it can be a daunting task. This is where EZ fit blinds come in because they allow someone who has no skills when it comes to DIY to put them up in an easy and stress-free way.
So what do EZ fit conservatory blinds do differently? The main benefit of getting one of these types of blinds is that they are made in such a way that it’s possible to measure the blind yourself and then fit them without having to use any sort of screws or drilling. While most blinds are able to be modified by the owner – many manufacturers will provide instructions on how to do this – EZ fit blinds from Conservatory Blinds 2 Go make the whole process a lot easier.
There is a wide range of different styles that you can get. For example, you can buy EZ fit pleated blinds which will fit easily inside a window and offer good protection from sunlight. EZ fit SoftGo pleated blinds are probably the most suitable type for the majority of conservatories as they have a good balance between a low price and a reasonable level of shading. However, if your conservatory is placed in an area of the garden that regularly gets a lot of harsh sunlight then they may not be to provide you with the protection that you need.
If you want to make sure that you save as much energy as possible by increasing the insulation in your conservatory then you might want to consider going for EZ fit energy saver pleated blinds. These will help to keep the heat in during the winter months and thermal radiation out during the summer. Another option that you have for controlling the amount of solar heat that you get into your conservatory is to use EZ fit Reflektion’s pleated blinds which have a thin film of material over them to increase the amount of light they reflect.
Overall, EZ fit pleated conservatory blinds are definitely an option that you should consider if you don’t want to have the hassle of installing your blind in a traditional way. For convenience and ease of use, there are no better blinds than the EZ fit range.
Conservatory Blinds Types
Welcome to Conservatory Blinds Guide – your online introduction to conservatory window blinds.
Once you’ve bought a new conservatory and enjoyed sitting in it for a while, you’ll quickly realize that you have two problems. First, the sun comes into the conservatory all day, making your new purchase far too hot on a sunny day. Second, although those lovely big windows mean that you can see out, they also mean that everyone else can see in – you’re going to feel very exposed if you can’t shut the world out from time to time.
The solution? Buy some new window blinds for your conservatory.
There are several different types of blinds for your conservatory – and you can find details of them all here at Conservatory Blinds Guide.
Conservatory Roof Blinds – Not great for keeping people from seeing in, but by far the best choice for keeping your conservatory cool and protecting you from the sun. Usually pleated and secured to the roof frame, we recommend that you get these overhead blinds professionally installed.
Conservatory Roller Blinds – really simple and straightforward, roller blinds for conservatory windows are very similar to the blinds you’ll find in the window of your kitchen or bathroom. Roller blinds often come with a metalized back to reflect sunlight and are very easy to install and use – you simply roll the blinds down when you want to keep the sun out and roll them back up when you want to enjoy the sunshine and heat your conservatory up a little.
Roman Conservatory Blinds – an ultra-traditional, not to mention a stylish way to equip conservatories, Roman blinds are made from fabric and are a great way to add a touch of luxury to your conservatory. If you have kids around, make sure you can get blinds that can be easily taken down and cleaned, and these aren’t always wipe-clean!
Pinoleum Conservatory Blinds – These are simply a kind of Roman Blind, usually made from wooden slats or bamboo slats. Often called French Pinoleum blinds, these blinds are a great choice for a conservatory with a covered top, as they are not always suitable as roof blinds.
Pleated Conservatory Blinds – again, made of fabric, pleated conservatory blinds are hung on wire guides and folded into a fan shape. A popular choice of conservatory blind, these blinds can reflect up to 83% of the sun’s heat.
DIY Conservatory Blinds – yes, you can make your blinds. If you’re a bit handy, and up for a DIY project, we’d thoroughly recommend having a go. Here’s a great set of instructions explaining how to make conservatory blinds that you can get stuck into straight away!
That’s it for our introduction. Be sure to check out the rest of our guide for more information on how to choose the best conservatory blinds for you.