Conservatory Window Film: Stylish & Efficient
There are plenty of benefits for investing in conservatory window film in the UK. Some examples include:
- It’s cheaper than having blinds
- It’s easy to clean
- Allows visibility
- You can purchase it by the meter or having cut to size
What is Conservatory Solar Window Film?
To give your conservatory an update and make it more comfortable on hotter days of the year, the best option is to apply a conservatory solar window film. This will cut down the level of natural light and repel excess heat before it becomes trapped in the room. Excess heat isn’t pleasant when you are trying to enjoy the different spaces of your home – conservatory solar window film can be a great solution.
The best place to start would be the large, glazed areas of the conservatory that directly face the dun. For south-facing conservatories, it’s best to invest in a conservatory solar window film that has a dark tint to it. Most of our window films are appropriate for the toughened glass that most conservatories are built with. However, if you are unsure of the type of glass, then choose a medium grade conservatory solar window film.
Once you have worked on the roof, you can move onto other conservatory areas, including windows and doors. Again, it’s best to choose dark tints for windows and doors that are directly exposed to the sun.
What is Conservatory Window Privacy Film?
To make your conservatory more comfortable and private for nosey neighbours and onlookers, the best option would be to apply conservatory window privacy films like conservatory solar window film to an extent, but with the additional benefit of privacy. Conservatory window privacy film will increase the amount of privacy by limiting the amount of visibility. It allows you to create a sense of privacy without investing in blinds or curtains for your windows which can be expensive.
Applying Conservatory Window Film & Glass Compatibility
Conservatory window film is ideal for an existing polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof, and our Coolkote conservatory roof film provides an inexpensive and highly effective solution. You can apply it yourself – or ask us about our ‘supply and fit’ service. We also have film options for your conservatory windows and glass door panels to reduce the heat and glare coming through while still allowing a high level of natural light.
Conservatory roofs and windows are typically double glazing that boasts toughened glass. Our range of conservatory window films is compatible with toughened glass. If in doubt, it’s always best to choose a medium grade film. Feel free to get in touch for advice on older buildings.
Conservatory window film in the UK is self-adhesive material. It’s applied using a soapy water solution and a unique tool to eliminate air bubbles. It’s best to carry out this work with at least two pairs of hands as it can be tricky when attempted alone. Alternatively, you can ask our team at Abode Window Film to assist with the fitting.
Need Help Choosing Conservatory Window Films?
If you need help choosing conservatory window film, have a question about fitting, preparation, or sizing, we can help. Simply get in touch here, and a friendly member of our team will assist you with your query as soon as possible! Why not browse our other types of window films, such as privacy window films, coloured window films, and frosted window films? Anything you need, do let us know.