Increase comfort during cold nights with total blackout and improved energy-efficiency
Hold on to precious heat during the winter months and improve temperature control in the summer with a VELUX blackout energy blind. The blackout energy blind offers blackout with an extra insulation effect of up to 26% to improve energy-efficiency in your home.
VELUX blackout energy blinds are made from a double-pleated polyester blackout cloth with an aluminium honeycomb interior structure. The cloth material is placed in slim side-rails, made of natural anodised aluminium, to prevent light from shining through the edges. The polyester cords are hidden from view in the double layer of fabric. The blind also features an aluminium coating that improves insulation by keeping heat in during winter and improving overall indoor comfort and temperature.
A range of colourful designs
VELUX blackout energy blinds are available in 12 decorative colours. The sleek design with neat pleats and no visible cords makes the blackout energy blind a perfect and attractive addition to any room.
Combine with other VELUX blinds or shutters
The VELUX blackout energy blinds can also be combined with VELUX awning blinds and roller shutters for additional heat protection. Combine with VELUX insect screens for an insect-free environment – even when your window is open.
Long-lasting VELUX quality
Quality is a major priority at VELUX. Each product is tested to ensure colour fastness, tear resistance, and optimal functionality, so you can create the ideal light conditions for your home for many years to come.
Available in 12 different colours
All VELUX energy blinds offer a light-tight seal for darkness,regardless of the colour.
VELUX energy blinds run in side channels made of natural anodised aluminium that prevent light from passing in around the edges.
Installation of electrically operated blinds
Most VELUX roof windows are fitted with pre-installed brackets to ease installation and help you achieve a perfect fit every time. To install an electrically operated blind, simply snap it into place. Then connect the blind to the power supply and lastly your remote control. When installing an electrically operated blind in a manually operated roof window, a conversion kit (KUX 100) is required as well.
Installation instructions will of course be included when you purchase a blind. All other installation instruction PDFs and videos can be found on the installation page here.