Thermal Energy Saving Blinds

Thermal blinds are a great way to keep the warmth in or the heat out, depending on the time of year! Our thermal blinds will increase the insulation in your window and slow down the movement of air, meaning you can keep the heat in your room during the winter. In the summer, the blinds provide shade and help to block sunlight and keep the room cool. We have many types of thermal blind to choose from, so browse our collection below to find the perfect thermal blind for you!

Thermal Energy-Saving Roller Blinds

Our roller blinds are ideal insulators for your window. A dimout fabric really comes into its own in the summer when it creates shade whilst preventing glare, which helps to keep the room cool. However, it is the blackout roller blinds that are perfect for winter. The fabric is thicker and the weave is denser (the fabric is often backed by a PVC or foam backing) which prevents air from passing through the blind.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Vertical Blinds

Our Vertical Blinds are ideal insulators for your window. A dimout fabric really comes into its own in the summer when it creates shade whilst preventing glare, which helps to keep the room cool. However it is the blackout vertical blind that is perfect for winter. The fabric is thicker and the weave is denser (the fabric is often backed by a PVC or foam backing) which prevents air from passing through the blind.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Blackout Roller Blinds

Our collection of Thermal Blackout Blinds are inherent insulators thanks to the thicker fabric used to make the blinds blackout. By being blackout blinds, not only is light blocked from passing through the fabric, the cold is stopped as well. From Roller Blinds to Roman Blinds, you’ll find a stylish blackout thermal blind!

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Thermal Energy-Saving Roman Blinds

Made to Measure Curtains are ideal for insulating your home. Select the ‘Thermal Lining’ option on the product page when you come to order and this will see your blinds arrive with a thick fabric backing attached. This also means the blind is a blackout blind as the fabric is thicker to ensure maximum insulation at your window. Take a look at our range of Thermal Curtains in matching fabrics to allow you to continue the theme through your home.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Curtains

Made to Measure Curtains are ideal for insulating your home. Select the ‘Blackout Lining’ option on the product page when you come to order and this will see your curtains arrive with a thick fabric backing attached. This also means the blind is a blackout blind as the fabric is thicker. Our curtains match our Roman Blinds, and so you are able to mix and match with our curtains throughout your home.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Conservatory Blinds

A Thermal Conservatory Blind is a pleated blind that is available in a variety of colours. Held close to the window, the Thermal Conservatory Blind is a great way to insulate your room, particularly the blackout conservatory blinds. The blackout fabric for a Conservatory Blind is a honeycomb, which creates a dual layer of fabric with air in between. The dimout fabric will also help improve the insulation of the room by providing a barrier against the cold. Both fabrics are also solar reflective, and this means that the sunlight is bounced out of the room, which helps to keep the room cool in the summer months (and it also helps to protect your room from damage from UV rays)!

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Thermal Energy-Saving Bi-Fold Door Blinds

A Thermal BiFold Door Blind is a pleated blind that is available in a variety of colours. Held close to the window, the Thermal BiFold Door Blind is a great way to insulate your room, particularly the blackout bifold door blinds. The blackout fabric for a BiFold Door Blind is a honeycomb, which creates a dual layer of fabric with air in between. The dimout fabric will also help improve the insulation of the room by providing a barrier against the cold. Both fabrics are also solar reflective, and this means that the sunlight is bounced out of the room, which helps to keep the room cool in the summer months (and it also helps to protect your room from damage from UV rays)!

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Thermal Energy-Saving Electric Roller Blinds

Thermal Electric Roller Blinds allow you to insulate your room at the touch of a button! Controlled by a remote control, these roller blinds are raised and lowered easily, and the fabric used for the blinds helps to create a barrier between your room and the window! Our Electric Roller Blinds are ideal insulators for your window. A dimout fabric really comes into its own in the summer when it creates shade whilst preventing glare, which helps to keep the room cool. However it is the blackout roller blinds that are perfect for winter. The fabric is thicker and the weave is denser (the fabric is often backed by a PVC or foam backing) which prevents air from passing through the blind.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Day & Night Blinds

Thermal Day & Night Blinds are a stylish and simple way to enjoy warmth and shade. Made from fabric looped around the bottom bar and operated by pulling the chain to rotate the fabric into place. This is a popular choice of blind, partly because it allows you to let light in to the room, or to darken the room simply by pulling the chain. However, this type of blind has thermal benefits. The two layers of fabric help to slow air flow and the fabric itself provides insulation, particularly the blackout fabric varieties.

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Thermal Energy-Saving Faux Wood Blinds

A Thermal Faux Wood Venetian Blind is a plastic composite horizontal slat blind that is available in a variety of colours. The 35mm or 50mm slats can provide insulation when fully titled in the closed position, and when they are opened, they can create space for air to flow. Particularly useful for windows prone to condensation, the slats can be rotated into the open position to allow air flow to the glass, which will help to dry the condensation, and then titled to the close position to provide insulation.

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