In the same way that heat escapes from your head, heat can escape from your conservatory roof. If your conservatory is older, it is likely that your conservatory roof is made from polycarbonate, which does little to insulate your conservatory. Although a more expensive option, replacing your conservatory roof with a tiled or solid roof can go a long way in keeping your conservatory warm, saving you money on your energy bills.
Unlike the rest of your home that has the luxury of internally-insulated walls to keep it warm, your conservatory is mostly, or completely, made from glass. This doesn’t mean that your conservatory has to be cold. One cold conservatory solution is improving your conservatory’s glazing. Installing triple glazing in your conservatory is a great way to make your conservatory warm.
You probably have radiators all over your home but it’s likely that you don’t have any in your conservatory. Why not? Installing a couple of radiators in your conservatory will make a huge difference in keeping your conservatory warm.
When we are trying to warm up our conservatories we often forget about the role our flooring plays. It could be as simple as laying a large rug or something like installing underfloor heating, both these options will help keep your conservatory warm.
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