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Benefits of Conservatory Insulation

There are a number of benefits that come with installing our conservatory insulation. Find out more by reading below or calling our professional team today.

How Can I Keep My Conservatory Warm in the Winter?

Due to its lack of proper insulation, a conservatory is usually the coldest room in the house during winter. Any heat rises and escapes quickly through the roof, meaning that these spaces are costly to heat and most of this is going to waste! With our multifoil system, you can save money on your energy bills and enjoy comfortable temperatures all year around – even in the colder months.

According to a survey carried out by the Department of Energy and Climate Change, on average a conservatory owner uses an extra 4,800 kWh per annum. This equates to spending an extra £744 each year! Once installed on your glass or polycarbonate roof, our system prevents 91% of heat loss, making your space far more energy efficient. To find out more about services, call now!

How Can I Keep My Conservatory Cool in the Summer?

A key feature of our multifoil insulation is that you can also enjoy benefits during hot temperatures. When summer arrives, it is almost impossible to keep your conservatory cool. Thermal radiation cannot pass through glass and plastic roofs and therefore gets trapped, creating a hot and stuffy environment. When opening doors and windows have no effect, many consider installing air conditioning. However, this can be costly and won’t be used for most of the year.

This is why we recommend our insulation system. The aluminium foil reflects up to 98% of radiant energy, resulting in the room below being kept cool. Get in touch with us today for more information.

Other Benefits of Insulated Conservatory Roofs:

Prevents UV Damage

UV rays can damage furniture and flooring. This is a particular risk in conservatories as they are exposed to extreme heat in the summer months. By covering your glass or plastic roof with our system, you can block out the sun’s harmful rays and keep your belongings safe.

Improves the Value of your Property

If you are selling your property, an insulated conservatory roof will be very appealing to potential buyers. This is because our system will now give you a room which will be useable all year round so it could increase the value of your home. If you want to improve your rating – call now!

Cost Effective

Adding an insulative layer is far more cost effective than replacing the entire roof. In addition, the cost with these other systems is subject to 20% VAT, whereas our installation is 0%! Contact us today to find out more. A member of our knowledgeable team will be happy to help!

Noise Reduction

An insulated conservatory roof provides noise reduction. This area of the home is normally a space that is used for rest and relaxation, however noise from heavy rain, wind, nearby roads or neighbours can often make this room unpleasant to be in. However, our system can dramatically reduce these external noises. The foil insulation along with our uPVC panelling work together to create an effective noise barrier so you can relax no matter the weather.

Reduces Carbon Footprint

By installing our system, you can prevent heat loss in your home and reduce your carbon footprint. In the colder months, having a conservatory usually means having to leave your central heating on throughout the day in order to keep your home warm. Not only does this result in higher energy bills, but because most of this heat quickly escapes through the roof, it is wasted energy. Do your bit for the environment and choose our system today.

Frequently Asked Questions

In the summer, insulation prevents overheating. In the cold, it retains heat (a heat loss saving of up to 90%). Removes the sun’s obnoxious glare. Prevents fading of furniture.

Insulating your conservatory ceiling can help you save money on your energy bills by making the room more energy efficient. However, there are additional advantages, such as the reduction of rain noise. Temperature regulation is improved, making it feel cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

The conservatory roof is a major contributor to the coolness in your conservatory and the increased energy consumption. The roof provides around 80% of the heat that enters your conservatory, and unfortunately, it also provides about 80% of the heat that exits.

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