DIY Conservatory Solar Window Films
Enjoy your conservatory with our specialist vinyls and tints..
These films reduce excess solar energy heat and glare entering your conservatory by up to 80% keeping your conservatory cooler and comfortable. Make the most of your extra space.
Conservatories are good at trapping heat and until now there has been no other way to reduce heat and glare build up. Roller, Roman and pleated blinds provide shade but become dirty with dust and insects and are difficult to clean and UV fades any none reflective material breaking it down over time.
Conservatory Window Film is the ideal solution!
Conservatory Window Film is a type of solar control window film, specifically designed for residential use. It is a high performance metallized coating, which when applied to polycarbonate or glass roofs prevents to prevent heat from building up by reflecting the suns heat away before it can be transmitted inside!
The film is applied internally to the roof and reflects heat and glare before it can enter the room. This is why conservatory window films provide a better alternative as they are applied directly to the glass or polycarbonate. We have glass and polycarbonate conservatory roof film versions that will help reduce and reflect both heat and glare.
Polycarbonate film version for glass and polycarbonate, acrylic/plastic conservatory roofs.
A light grey plastic film installed internally to plastic/acrylic roof panels.
Can be applied to glass.
Offers high heat, UV and glare reduction.
Provides a better alternative to conservatory blinds and other materials used which were set away from the glass allowing heat to enter to room. Applied directly to glass or polycarbonate the film prevents the steady build of heat entering BUT NOT make the space feel cold.
Can be used on both Glass and polycarbonate(s) roofs.
Floor surface area in metres sq is usually a good indicator of approximately how much film you will require.
Do not use our other glass only window film on polycarbonate roofs as it may not work. Our experience tells us that installing glass only film adheres to polycarbonate in a manner which does not allow for easy removal. Additionally other polyester non polycarbonate application may 'gas off' - meaning they fall off after a period of time.
Installation: There is no need to remove glass as the film can be applied direct to the glass in the frame.