Integrated blinds help keep your home more comfortable

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In recent years, door and window design has evolved from the more common windows and doors of earlier periods to products with a greater proportion of glass. This includes larger windows, patio doors and folding doors.

Modern doors and windows require modern glass

Most modern residential buildings include large glass panels, windows and doors. As a result, the demands on the quality of the glass itself have also increased, and it is manufactured using more advanced processes.
It is important for the homeowner that the glass is of the best possible quality. This includes window energy rating, and the majority of consumers expect an A-rated window.
In recent years, building regulations have changed and will continue to change in the future, with requirements for even more efficient windows and up-to-date glass. With large glazed areas comes a greater need to control heat loss and solar gain to ensure the comfort of the home.

As glass areas grow, efficiency must keep up

In the past, conservatories were known for being largely unusable in winter because it was cold – and equally unusable in summer because it was too hot. Today, glass can be synonymous with comfort because the technology used to make glass has evolved.
Glass coatings, window units filled with gas or krypton, solar control glass can provide some effect. But with large windows and bi-fold doors, you also need privacy and sun protection. Here, glazing with integrated pleated blinds can be the right solution, as they provide a permanently sealed, clean and beautiful solution where there are large areas of glass.

Integrated blinds increase the energy efficiency of double glazing

As a homeowner, you need your home’s glazing to help create a balance between the sun and heat of summer and the cold and frost of winter. Double glazing that provides up-to-date insulation and integrated blinds to block out the strongest sunlight is an ideal solution to this problem.

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