Top 3 ways to keep your conservatory insulation working harder for you this winter
You may have noticed a significant temperature drop in your home, and particularly in your conservatory, as the cold winter weather sets in. Some degree of heat loss is inevitable in any conservatory but there’s plenty that you can do to stop warm air escaping and improve the overall energy efficiency of your home. Here is our guide on the top three ways to keep a conservatory insulation working harder for you this winter.
Convert to a new conservatory roof
Converting to a new conservatory roof can be a great option if you’re struggling to keep the heat inside.
A new roof, including a thick layer of conservatory roof insulation, provides big energy savings, and by embracing a new shape or style, it can also give a modern look and feel to your conservatory.
Our conservatories are the only tested roofs to achieve a U-value of 0.18 and 0.15. The lower its U-value, the better the product’s ability to resist heat conduction.
Fully insulated roof guarantees energy efficiency by reducing your energy bills and some extra savings into your pocket!
Guardian warm roof replacement
If your conservatory is built entirely from glass or polycarbonate, then this could be where you are losing a significant amount of heat, making it feel cold in winter and hot in summer.
To prevent this, a new tiled conservatory roof, including a layer of insulation and specialist tiles, will make it ideal in both cold and warm weather.
In most cases, a new warm roof system can simply be fitted straight onto your existing conservatory structure without roof restructuring, which costs less than a complete roof replacement.
The Guardian Warm Roof is a huge step forward in home improvement and will transform your conservatory, with the cold weather benefits lasting for years to come.
Trust a Guardian Warm Roof approved installer
If you’re dreaming of a better conservatory, then deciding on the right roofing system is key.
Bringing heaps of energy saving benefits and allowing you to reclaim your unloved and unused conservatory, investing in a new conservatory roof is an investment in your whole home.
As a Guardian Warm Roof approved installer, our clients benefit from only the very best products, which are fully tested and approved to all thermal and structural standards.