If you’re in the market for skylight blinds this year, there are a number of factors to consider. What brand roof window do you have? What is most important – controlling light, reducing glare or managing excessive moisture? And, how will you operate them when they have been installed. We’re passionate about the idea that practicality and style should go hand in hand. When you invest in made-to-measure window blinds, you want to ensure you’ve placed your money in the right product. And not one that doesn’t meet the needs of you and your family. In today’s blog, we’ll go through the differences between manual and electric skylight blinds to help you understand which option is right for you.
If you’ve ever had a conservatory or spent a length of time in one, you’ll know they’re not traditionally the best at managing temperature. You’re either too hot or too cold – stuck in a heat box or shivering to your bones. Most of the time, this lack of temperature control is due to age. Older conservatories simply weren’t designed with the technology we have at our disposal now. However, even if you can’t afford to have a brand new conservatory fitted, there are ways to tackle excessive or reduced heat in these unique spaces. Read our guide here to find out more about skylight blinds, glass films and new roofs.
Like many of you up and down the country, we’ve spent the last 4 months confined to our houses in an attempt to protect the NHS. And, as a result, we’ve become more aware of the home around us. Inspiring a host of DIY projects and renovations, this reflective period has also highlighted just how much maintenance goes into keeping every single room looking pristine. And, as experts in skylight blinds, it only seemed right that we’ve been concentrating on the best ways to clean and maintain these practical home accessories. Our latest blog will give you our top tips on how to keep your skylight windows and blinds looking pristine to prolong their lifespan and ensure your home is an enjoyable place to be.