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How to keep your DIY Conservatory warm in Winter

How to keep your DIY Conservatory warm in Winter
Category: DIY Conservatories
Posted: 29/09/2016 10:47
Synopsis: A conservatory is the most in-expensive way to add living space to you property. In some instances planning permission may not be required...

A conservatory is the most in-expensive way to add living space to your property. In some instances planning permission may not be required and the completed cost of a conservatory versus a conventional bricks and mortar extension could see you saving thousands.

In the past the biggest drawback for having a conservatory rather than an traditional extension has been how to control the temperature during the Summer and Winter. Quite often, during the summer, the heat inside a conservatory can be a little unbearable, rendering the additional space useless! On the flip side, during cold snaps and the winter months the temperature can plunge making the cost to heat the space saw.

Over the years DIY conservatory products have been improved to alleviate such issues with various optional extras and upgrades which can improve the heat reflection and retention. Choosing which product you should use can be a little daunting as some upgrades may add a considerable amount to the final bill. It is a fine balancing act to ensure you get the right configuration of conservatory based on the intended use and frequency of use. We can talk you through the various upgrades and what you are actually getting for the additional spend.

We have supplied conservatories with all types of glazing from a standard poly-carbonate roof to Celsius elite (our highest performing glass) and conservatory base systems which are modified to accommodate under floor heating systems and/or additional insulation to help combat heat loss.

Please contact us now for further information and in partial advice.



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