Conservatory roof insulation and more: Our top tips for warming up your conservatory this winter
From conservatory insulation to a replacement roof, or simply adding luxurious throws and warming scented candles, there are plenty of things that you can do to warm up your conservatory this winter.
As the temperatures outside begin to dip, we provide our top tips for ensuring that your conservatory stays cosy and inviting whatever the weather.
Top tips for keeping your conservatory warm this winter
Unfortunately, conservatories are notorious for lack of temperature control. Here at Warm Conservatory Roofs many of our customers come to us looking for help because their conservatories are too warm in the summer and then too cold in the winter.
With temperatures in the UK set to reportedly become even more extreme, it’s time to reclaim your conservatory and ensure that is weather-proof and welcoming all year round.
1. Stay cosy with an insulated conservatory roof replacement
One of our top tips for beating the chill is considering a full replacement of your conservatory roof insulation.
Enhancing the overall look of your property, a new roof locks in heat during the winter and helps you keep cool come summer.
Our experienced team can provide you with a new roof in just three days, depending on weather conditions.
We have lots of roof options to choose from, including different roof types, shapes and tiles. You can even opt to add LED lighting and roof windows.
2. Opt for insulation only on your existing conservatory roof
If you want to warm up your conservatory but can’t commit to a new roof, then there are still lots of options.
We offer insulation only, or for a little more money you can have the whole roof rebuilt in timber.
Either way, we’ll work with you and your budget to ensure that your conservatory is warm and inviting.
You will also save on energy bills as thanks to conservatory roof insulation, large volumes of heat will no longer escape through the roof.
3. Keep warm with throws, candles and draft excluders
If you want to keep your conservatory cosy then there are some low cost ways that you can turn up the heat, while keeping drafts out.
Pick up some faux fur throws and soft cushions to pop on chairs and sofas to make the space extra inviting.
Also, consider using draft excluders on windows and doors and lighting some scented candles to create extra warmth and ambience.
4. Warm up your conservatory with clever flooring options
While replacing or insulating your conservatory roof is the best way to keep your conservatory warm in winter, you can also look at flooring options to keep it extra cosy.
Consider floor tiles with insulation, carpeting with thick underlay or even electric underfloor heating, which is easier to install than other underfloor heating options.
Contact us today
Contact us today for your free costing or to arrange a free no-obligation home visit where we will take measurements and review options for transforming your interior into a beneficient conservatory roof insulation.