Conservatories allow for fantastic opportunities to trap the warmth from sunlight through their vast windows. Despite this benefit, you may face the need to prevent temperatures inside the conservatory from rising too high in the summer months and excessive heat from escaping during the colder winter months. For this purpose, a properly fitting pair of conservatory blinds can serve as a means for temperature control for your conservatory.
Measure the visible glass area for each window with a tape measure, including the width and drop (length) of each window.
Check your new blinds to see if it is necessary to use a drill to screw them into the window frame itself. Certain brands of conservatory blinds do not require being permanently secured to the window frame, as their brackets slide between the frame and the glass. For blinds requiring you to screw the brackets into the window frame, use the screws provided for the blinds.