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Cool your conservatory…

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Conservatories are one of the modern world’s paradoxes – too cold to use in winter and too hot to use in summer! But fear not – DIY fly screens have a solution to help keep your conservatory cool this summer.

Our retractable screens let fresh air in whilst keeping bugs out, helping to cool down your conservatory and create a much more pleasant space to relax in on hot summer days.

Below you’ll find some excellent tips on how you make the most of your conservatory this summer with DIY fly screens:

All shapes and sizes
Our screens are available in a range of styles to suit your conservatory from our narrow pull down windows to our big double doors for patios. Plus they are made to measure to ensure that they perfectly fit your door or window.

Cool two birds with one stone
DIY screens can be used to screen more than one window at the same time, which is very useful for the type of hopper windows often found in conservatories.

Super discreet
The white uPVC screens blend in perfectly with standard white conservatories and the superfine mesh won’t block your view so you can enjoy unspoiled views and fresh air without compromising on the look of your interior.

No screws
Our fly screens stick to your conservatory using adhesive strips so you won’t have to screw into the frame or make any permanent changes. This is particularly good for new conservatories that are still under warranty.

Blowing off steam
Conservatories are prone to misting on humid days and once your glass steams up it’s very difficult to get rid of the streaks. DIY fly screens let you keep your windows open without letting insects in so you can keep your conservatory cool and fog-free all day.

Bundle up
We offer multi-buy discounts up to 20% when you buy multiple screens so you can screen all your windows and doors creating a through draft and really letting the fresh air flood in.

To start making the most of your conservatory, visit our product pages. Happy shopping!

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