What Are Roof Lantern Blinds?

Roof lantern blinds are ideal for roofs that have windows in or a window lantern such as those you might find in a conservatory, extension or loft conversion. Roof lanterns are great for allowing natural light to flow in, but you may want to be able to control the light that comes in or control the temperature in the room, which is where roof window blinds come into their own.

During winter or summer, you may want to use roof window blinds to help conserve heat or keep the room cool to provide a comfortable environment, so you can continue to use the space.

Blinds For Roof Lantern

There are a number of options available when it comes to choosing roof blinds, depending on the size and design of your roof lantern. Blinds can either be fitted directly against the glass, shaped to fit, or can run across the bottom of the lantern to come across horizontally.

With the horizontal solution, you can control the light and temperature all at once, whereas using blinds against the glass or for each individual pane will allow you to pick and choose where you want to control the light and heat.

The way we design and fit the blinds means you don’t have to worry about any unsightly strings and can be operated via remote control – making it easy to open and close your blinds with no difficulty or climbing at height.

Investing in roof light blinds allows you to make a space more liveable and enjoyable all year round, which is particularly important if your loft conversion will be a regular living space or you want to make the most out of your conservatory. Natural light flooding into your home helps to make it feel more welcoming and open, but having the options to control the temperature and glare gives you full control of the comfort of your home.

Our roof lantern blinds can be controlled by remote control or even by your voice assistant in some cases, so help make your home run smoothly with our fantastic selection of roof blinds to choose from.

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