Bolton Blinds Company Launch New Energy Saving Blinds

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Bolton based blind fitters and retailers, Bolton Sunblind Centre have just launched a new range of energy saving blinds.

Heat sensitive photo of windows with and without energy saving blinds

Save up to 15% off your heating bill

I know that people will love these new designs and they will particularly appeal to people who are concerned about rising heating costs and the environment.

The Bolton blind company was originally established back in 1968 by Jack Carroll.

In 2003, employee Simon Inns bought the Bolton window blinds specialists as Mr Carroll was planning to retire from the business.

Simon immediately made many changes to the business and as well as selling window blinds in Bolton to domestic customers he started to focus on commercial customers who included The Coop, NHS and Manchester Airport.

The business remains family owned and is still managed by Simon and his wife.

The new range of energy saving blinds now available from Bolton Sunblind Centre is made by Louvolite and is reported to save up to 15% off a typical heating bill (according to the Louvolite website).

Louvolite is a British company that designs, manufactures and distributes window blind systems and fabrics.

“We have been selling Louvolite blinds for a long time and their new range of energy heat saving blinds is one of the best on the market,” said Simon.

“We have been fitting conservatory blinds in Bolton for many years and although your conservatory can look good all year round, in the winter it can become cold and expensive to heat,” added Mr. Inns.

“The range by Louvolite has specially designed coatings applied to the outside facing part of the blind which help to reflect sunlight and heat outwards during warm weather. If the weather is colder the fabric traps in the heat to help insulate your room,” explained Simon.

“We have a wide range of the new energy heat saving blinds available in various fabrics and at the moment we are running a promotion - buy three blinds and get the fourth one free,” said Simon.

“Not only can you save money on your blinds and brighten your room you can also reduce your heating bill at the same time,” he added.

According to the Louvolite website each of their fabrics has been tested and given an energy saving classification of ER1, ER2, or ER3.

These codes provide an indication of the amounts you can reduce your heating bill by.

Figures displayed on Louvolite’s energy saving page classify the codes as:

ER1: High level of insulation and energy savings of up to 15% per year (£133)

ER2: Provides a good level of insulation and energy savings of up to 12% per year (£110)

ER3: Energy savings of up to 11% (£95) per year

Louvolite’s figures are based on a three bed, single glazed, detached house.

The energy saving fabrics work best with Louvolite’s own brand, Perfect Fit blinds.

Perfect Fit is a new system that fits UPVC windows and doors without the need to drill or screw holes into the frame.

“One of the reasons the fabrics insulate the home so well is that the Perfect Fit frame holds the fabric in place much closer to the actual window pane than traditional blinds would,” explained Simon.

“I know that people will love these new designs and they will particularly appeal to customers who are concerned about rising heating costs and the environment,” said Mr. Inns.

“We are also offering a five year guarantee on the blinds (and fittings) so customers can be assured they are buying real quality,” ended Simon.

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