Cut your power bills with energy saving blinds in Leigh from the specialists. We have a comprehensive range of window products to suit your needs, preferences and budget. Being a local, family run business gives us the advantage of providing personalised services to our clients. At the same time, we bring them the best of international trends, designs, products, technology and materials. Most of our business comes via recommendations from previous clients and that speaks a lot for our reputation in the industry. The new energy saving blinds that have captured the market in recent times are a great innovation and we’re proud to be able to bring them to you in Leigh and neighbouring areas.
The energy savings component of your window treatments can help you save up to 25% in utility bills. In Leigh, energy saving blinds combine insulating blinds with the correct glazing to conserve energy in the room where they are installed. These thermal blinds are available in a variety of styles, designs and fabrics. You can choose roman, roller, vertical, and pleated types made from special insulated fabric or a thermal lining. They may also have energy saving properties from their special honeycomb structure available in pleated and cellular type blinds. This design traps the heat and prevents it from escaping, keeping your rooms warmer for longer. The special coating on these blinds ensures that there is minimal heat gain/loss. Some types of blinds can completely block out UV rays if you’re concerned about the effects of sunlight on furniture, artwork or carpets. These rays may not be visible to our eyes but they have damaging effects on wood, fabrics and paintwork. You can combine many different types of energy saving materials with anti-UV treatments and ensure that your valuables are protected while your energy bills are reduced.
Installing the right energy saving blinds in Leigh can help you save money that can be used better elsewhere. When you are considering energy saving blinds, contact Bolton Sunblinds. Studies show that more than 50% of the heat produced inside a building is lost through inefficient windows. This is true even in buildings that have double glazing.