Here at LB Roof Windows, we offer a range of thermal blinds that are energy efficient and look good, so will blend with any room. Our thermal blinds allow soft light into any room while keeping the heat out and providing a comfortable environment.
They are ideal for keeping rooms cool and reducing the heat of the sun on hot summer days. They comprise weather-resistant fabric for longer lasting performance, to help keep rooms warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
£42.30 ex. vat AURMIRCXA
£60.00 ex. vat MIRCXA
£35.20 ex. vat MHLCK025060
If you want to increase the energy efficiency of your home, thermal blinds are a good way to go. They work by trapping a layer of inert air between the blind and the window pane, which provides a small amount of insulation value.
Air does flow through this area, but more slowly than it would if the window were uncovered, so there is less heat loss. The closer the window insulating blind edges are to the window edges, the less air flows and the less heat passes between the window and the room. But most blinds just don’t do that much on the insulating side.
Our Aurora Awning Blind is the ideal option to let soft light into your room whilst keeping the heat out and providing a comfortable environment. Available in black only, the PVC coated fiberglass fabric is UV and water resistant making this blind a highly durable product.
It can also be fitted in a few minutes using a screwdriver and requires no cutting. This blind is available for all Aurora Roof Windows and comes complete with a two-year guarantee.
Our thermal blinds are made of a semi-translucent, PVC coated net which pleasantly diffuses incoming light and prevents over-heating by stopping 60% of the sunlight without restricting the view.
It protects the glass surface during rainfall, and significantly reduces noise. And our Velux awning blind is an external blind suited to stop strong sunlight and heat before it reaches the pane on your roof window.
These unique blinds are ideal for keeping rooms cool and reducing heat of the sun on hot summer days. When closed, they can reduce the amount of heat entering a room by up to 76%.