InShade conservatory sail blinds are the simple, modern way to control heat and glare in your Conservatory, Orangery or Roof Lantern. Unlike traditional solutions like pleated blinds our ISX fabric reflects the heat you don’t want while retaining the light you do.
Designed specifically for DIY installation we will help you measure design and install the perfect solution. With our help this is quick and simple to do allowing you to get the best solution at the lowest price. With our express manufacturing option the whole process can be completed in as little as two weeks and with solutions from £1200 this will save you time and money. No need to compromise – our self-install support service is backed by our sure fit guarantee so that you can rest assured that your sails will fit perfectly.
No DIY, no problem
If DIY is not for you then we also have a UK wide network of partners that can measure and install the sails for you. You can find your local supplier by visiting InShade or call us and we will recommend the best company to help you based on your specific requirement.
Whichever route you choose you are able to work alongside our expert design team who will create a 3D model or your room to determine the best sail blind layout to meet your requirement.
How much will my sail blind solution cost?
While it may be obvious that a solution for a large conservatory will cost more than one for a small roof lantern other factors can also have a big impact. The good news is that whatever the size or shape of your roof InShade Sail Blinds are the most cost effective solution on the market. Apart from size the main factors affecting cost are:
Number of sails
The same roof will cost more if you want to create a more intricate design with multiple sails. A simple two sail design is minimalist and will do a great job of controlling heat and glare while a multi-sail design with perhaps 5 sails or more will create interesting patterns of light and shadow and will enhance the quality of the natural light within the space. More sails = more parts, materials and manufacturing and this equals a 20 – 40% increase in cost for an intricate design.
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Amount of coverage
Our ISX fabric is so effective you may not need to cover the whole roof especially if you have roof vents. Unlike traditional roof blinds (pleated and roller) partial sail blind solutions look great and cost less. Once we have details about your space we will let you know how much of the roof you should cover. If you cover half the roof it will cost half as much.
For an average conservatory full roof solutions start from £1200 for DIY installation in a solid colour fabric with stainless steel fittings.
To get a quote for your space simply:
1. Identify the shape of your conservatory
2. Select the correct form and measure the overall dimensions
3. Take 4-5 photos
You can complete this online in 10-15mins and get a free no obligation quote the next day – No appointments and no hassle.
Why choose InShade
The sail surface reflects the fierce heat of the sun while the internal structure allows soft natural light to diffuse through.
Every solution is custom made to give you the performance you need, hand sewn to give you the finish you want and backed by a 5 year warranty.
Save money without compromising – we make it easy to get the best solution at the lowest possible price – full roof solutions from as little as £1200.
Cooler in the summer
InShade sail blinds are made from a high performance solar control fabric designed in-house by our engineers to meet the needs of residential conservatories. The ISX fabric reflects away more heat than traditional roof blinds and lets in twice as much light. InShade sail blinds work with all roof types, controlling heat and glare while keeping your space open and bathed in diffuse, natural light.
Warmer in the winter
In the winter our double face fabric reflects radiant heat back into the space to help keep your room warmer and reflects light from ambient sources to create a warm cosy feel. (Note: Our sails provide no insulation against convection heat loss so the maximum benefit is provided by light colours and radiant heat sources like under floor heating, hot water radiators, IR panels and wood burners).
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