Conservatories are built as a more affordable alternative to an extension and they don’t often comply with the building regulations regarding thermal efficiency that an extension would. However, modern design and improved quality materials can now boost the performance of your conservatory and create a comfortable year-round living space.
Invest in a conservatory roof replacement
Replacing your old glass or polycarbonate roof with a new tiled roofing system will allow you to transform your conservatory into a versatile contemporary sunroom, that will enhance the look and value of your home. The ceiling will be plastered and highly insulated, in order to retain all warmth in the winter, while maintaining a cooler temperature in the hot summer days.
Ensure your conservatory is equipped with energy-efficient windows and doors
If the temperature in your conservatory suddenly drops down and damp spots begin to appear when it gets cold, one of the reasons for that could be the old windows with poor insulation. If this is the case, then consider fitting double or triple glazing units which have a high performance coating on the glass and is filled with argon gass, which results in greater energy efficiency.
The innovative intelligent glass technology
If you want to maximise the flood of natural light in your conservatory, and you’re not keen on upgrading to a tiled roof, then upgrading to an intelligent glass roof will still allow you to create a functional year-round room. Innovative glass roof systems come with array of benefits, including greater thermal efficiency, anti-glare properties and self-cleaning special coating.
Don’t let your conservatory be a wasted space. With so many ways to make better use of your conservatory and with our expert help, you can transform your conservatory into a functional room with better temperature control and greater comfort every day of the year.
Call one of your advisers today and we’ll be happy to answer any of your queries.