A conservatory is a fantastic way to add space to your home, and it can be much cheaper than adding a full extension.
However, it does come with limitations and one of these is the temperature fluctuations. This can mean that your conservatory is too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter – making it less than ideal.
With Conservatory Insulation, you can avoid these fluctuations and ensure that your conservatory is a usable space all year round, keeping heat in a conservatory in the Winter, and creating cooler conditions in the Summer...
How Conservatory Windows Contribute to Heat Loss
Heat is lost in your conservatory due to the thermal values of windows. Even those that have been coated with a thermal barrier and are double glazed are far less efficient than solid walls.
In a full glass conservatory that can pose real problems with heat loss. Any heat generated in the room during the day will be immediately lost and condensation can even build up resulting in a musty room that is not enjoyable to use. With so many windows, you would think that it would be impossible to keep the heat in a conservatory.
Additional Measures For Keeping Heat In A Conservatory
In fact, there are a number of ways you can keep heat in a conservatory throughout the cooler months.
Some examples of these are to install underfloor (or other heating) or to use thick curtains and carpeting.While this may be effective, it uses up energy and fails to take advantage of the natural ability of your conservatory to capture the heat from the day.