Expert Advice – How To Insulate Your Conservatory


As a homeowner, you deserve to be able to enjoy every inch of living space regardless of the weather outside. Whilst our central heating systems are more than capable of keeping most of the house warm, there always seems to be one problems area. Yes, keeping the conservatory warm can be a challenge at the best of times, especially during these colder months of the years. 

The conservatory was initially designed to maximise natural lighting, hence why most of the materials used are transparent. Down the line, this has lead to there being a lack of insulation. Once those coldest months of the year finally roll around, we are left with an important decision to make. Do you just shut off the conservatory or spend your hard earnt income on heating this highly in-efficient part of the home. 

In this blog post, we will be taking you through a couple of great ways to help better insulate this part of the home. Our goal is to help conservatory owners make the most out of this space at this time of the year. 


Double Glazing Windows Pannels


The windows in a conservatory offer incredible natural lighting and the opportunity to keep a close eye on your beloved garden all year round. Unfortunately, the use of thin glass panels can be one of the main reasons that you find your conservatory struggles to retain any heat at this time of the year. Heat can easily escape through the window panels leading to unnecessary costs when it comes to paying your heating bills. 

The use of double or even triple-glazed windows can bring substantial benefits to the overall efficiency of your living space. These extra layers of glass act as direct protection from the harsh British weather helping to keep your conservatory nice and warm all winter long. 


Curtains To Cover Windows


Another great way to improve the insulation in your conservatory is through the use of thick blinds and curtains, helping to keep the warm air in and the cold weather out. Having a set of high-quality curtains is one of the more underrated ways to improve insulation. It may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of insulation but this is one of the more cost-effective solutions for those who may not have the budget in invest in double glazed windows or a new conservatory roof. 


Laying A Warm Carpet 


Did you know that about 10% of the heat within your home will disappear through the floor? This is why it’s more important than ever that you make the most out of your flooring space when it comes to improving insulation. Good quality floor tiles are a great way to maximise efficacy but if you want to improve it further you can look at having a new carpet put down. Not only will this create a comfortable living space for you and the family to enjoy but it will offer great insulation benefits as well. 


Replacement Conservatory Roof


Replacing your conservatory roof is the single best way to improve insulation and create all year round living space. By investing in a highly insulated solid roof you can help keep the heat in during those coldest months of the year, not only improving the living space but also saving you money when it comes to the bills. 25% of the heat within your home escapes through the roof, this is why replacing your roof with an insulated alternative can be the most effective solution for improving the heat retention of the living space.

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