What Are The Advantages of Insulating Your Conservatory?
18.12.2020

Conservatories can add space, functionality and value to a home, making it a wise investment for many homeowners. Therefore, investing in a conservatory is more than a home improvement option; it’s a means of enhancing your lifestyle and saving on energy bills. 

There can, however, be significant issues with traditional conservatory materials such as glass and polycarbonate, especially when no insulation has been added. Many people avoid spending time in their conservatories because they are “too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter”, but rather than starting afresh and building a new room or extension; you can eliminate these issues with conservatory roof insulation. 

 

Create a space you can finally use all year round

With an extra layer of protection between your living space and the weather outside, you can reduce heat loss, ensuring the heating you pay for actually stays within your conservatory. During hot summer days, the insulation can help to moderate the temperature in your home, keeping your conservatory nice and cool.

 

Protect your plants & furniture

How many times have you seen dated conservatories with wilted plants and faded furniture? The harsh UV rays and scorching temperatures we’re becoming all too used to during summer can leave your ‘statement room’ looking a ‘state’. With an insulated conservatory roof, the room not only feels like it truly belongs in your home, but it also prevents lasting damage to the contents of your conservatory.

 

Save on your energy bills

Since you’ll finally have full control over the temperature in your conservatory, you can keep the warm air in during wintertime, saving money whilst creating a cosy, snug environment, regardless of how bitterly cold it is outside. Even with a fully insulated tiled conservatory roof, you don’t necessarily need to lose a great deal of natural daylight, so you’ll also be less reliant on switching your lights on. 

 

Peace and quiet during rainy weather

The sound of rain can be rather relaxing and therapeutic at times, but heavy rainfall or hail is not quite so soothing, and it can be disruptive when you’re trying to relax with a book, catch up on your favourite TV show or entertain friends. Fortunately, by adding insulation to your conservatory roof, you immediately reduce the noise in lousy weather, which can be quite deafening with polycarbonate. 

 

It’s a very cost-effective solution

When you weigh up the costs of having a new conservatory installed, it makes sense to utilise the structure you already have, making one vital improvement. With an insulated tiled conservatory roof, you can save up to 90% of heat loss and solve all of the common issues that have plagued your conservatory in the past. Smart Conservatory Solutions can transform your existing conservatory into a functional, comfortable and energy-efficient living space within just a matter of days, adding serious value to your home.

 

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