Curtains have always been popular among homeowners, but recently blinds have started to rise into prominence as well. Thermal blinds are perfect for certain areas of your home, in particular the conservatory, kitchen and bathroom.
And because of their thermal performance you’ll be able to regulate the temperature in your property, whilst having an installation that looks brilliant.
Energy prices have taken a turn for the worse in recent years, increasing significantly to the point where they’re now double the prices of 2004. But with thermal blinds you can lock more heat in your home, ensuring you don’t need to turn up the thermostat.
There are plenty of designs and styles available too to set your home apart from the crowd. So you’ll be able to find something that complements your home.
Modern blinds are designed with no cord holes as well, to create a sleek and sophisticated appeal for your home. Not only do they look fantastic, but they help to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer.
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Thermal blinds activity in January 2020
Thermal blinds Projects in the UK in January 2020
|December 2019||November / December|
|East Of England||1,223||8%|
|Yorkshire & Humber||723||9%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Energy Performance of Houses
The below data illustrates the energy performance of houses in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating factors heavily when trying to sell your home, as potential buyers will see what amount they're likely to be paying for their heating bills. House improvements including insulation assist to considerably boost a home's EPC rating.