Mr D’s conservatory felt really cold, especially in winter & was therefore unused for long periods. At other times it heated up so fast & became intolerably hot to sit in. Any heating just seemed to rise & escape straight through the roof. [...]
Mr & Mrs M knew that they wanted roof rollers as their tastes are simple & clean lines, to blend away rather than dominate the roof. Initially they thought 1 blind per pane of glass would be preferable, but were also worried about drilling into the box gutter, & whether manual blinds were feasible. [...]
Mrs C required shading, mainly on the southern elevation of the conservatory, due to the intense heat build up & brightness, along with concerns that the conservatory furniture would rapidly fade. Whatever blind style she chose, she would see if just tackling this elevation only, would be enough, before deciding whether or not to do the rest of the conservatory roof. [...]
Pleated roof blinds were the preferred option as a tight to roof, rebated installation was required between short depth roof rafters, with doubled up side micro pleated blinds. Too much sunlight from the large expanse of glass made the room uncomfortable for most of the year, despite having good quality self cleaning glass installed. [...]
Mr T considered pleated & pinoleum roof blinds to solve heat & glare issues, but quickly ruled them out on technical performance grounds. He already had side rollers fitted which only helped when the sun was low, not much use in spring & summer. Only roof roller blinds with the truly thermal Solar Energi fabric had the specification to guarantee significant temperature reduction in summer, & heat retention in winter. [...]
Mr & Mrs W wanted plain solar reflective, roof roller blinds in their huge south facing conservatory, to replace their old roof rollers that they had fitted 20 years ago, by an industrial blinds company. Although the “old” rollers always performed well, they were quite ill fitting with big gaps between all of the 7 large blinds. Furthermore, they had seized up & were extremely difficult to pull up & down. [...]
Large blinds covering 3 or 4 roof panes each, were required to keep the number of blinds to a minimum with the least amount of gaps possible. Only pinoleum could cover this width & still be operational by pole. [...]
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