How to Keep a Conservatory Warm
Feeling a Little Chilly? Here’s How to Warm Things up with the Right Conservatory Upgrades.
Are draughts and chilly air causing your conservatory to be less cosy during colder days? Taking a few simple steps to upgrade your conservatory’s heat insulation can make it a more comfortable and inviting space that’s cosy even on the coldest of evenings.
The best way to improve heat insulation is to upgrade or replace your conservatory roof with a brand new solid roof construction. Solid roofs provide better insulation and heat regulation, ensuring your conservatory stays warm on colder days and cool on warmer days.
Another key step to take when improving the thermal efficiency of your conservatory is upgrading any old, single glazed or blown windows to new energy-efficient ones. Brackenwood uses only the highest quality A++ rated double glazed windows in our conservatory constructions, ensuring that your room remains a comfortable temperature all year round.
You can reduce draughts and keep heat inside your conservatory by investing in thermally efficient internal blinds. These can be fitted inside your conservatory’s double glazing and will provide shade, heat insulation and additional privacy. There are many varieties, colours and styles of conservatory blind to choose from — you can even opt for made-to-measure blinds that will perfectly suit your needs.
Finally, consider replacing your conservatory’s exterior doors. New sliding, folding or French doors can make a significant difference to the security, heat insulation and visual appeal of your conservatory. Brackenwood can provide bespoke conservatory patio doors that are made to match your construction and have A++ rated glazed panels. Visit our Basingstoke showroom to see a variety of available doors and our portfolio of recent projects.
Related Topics in Our Conservatory Buying Guide:
- How to Insulate a Conservatory Roof
- How to Keep a Conservatory Cool
- How to Modernise a Conservatory