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How to Board and Insulate My Conservatory Roof

How to Board and Insulate My Conservatory Roof

The addition of a conservatory adds value to your property’s selling price-and a whole lot more besides. However, due to the way they are designed, most conservatory spaces are extremely susceptible to weather conditions and the general climate.

This can often make them seasonal spaces, enjoyable only at certain times of the year, when temperatures are less extreme.

We have the perfect solution for this – follow our simple guide on how to board and insulate my conservatory roof!

Why Insulate My Conservatory Roof?

Conservatory roof insulation is vital if you wish to get the internal temperature just right, all year round.

Many people choose to install conservatory blinds as a way of achieving a consistent temperature. They are available in a number of different materials, but they do come with the added risk of condensation.

Their effectiveness of keeping a conservatory warm in the Winter is also up for dispute.

Plus, over a quarter of all heat loss occurs through your conservatory’s ceiling, so it is usually the best place to start with your insulation efforts.

There are a number of relatively straight-forward methods you can employ; here we are going to focus on boarding and the particular thought – how to board and insulate my conservatory roof.

How to Board and Insulate My Conservatory Roof

The conservatory roof insulation system offers a blanket of effective insulation material layered with aluminium, wadding, foam and pockets of air. This allows complete vapour control whilst preventing heat from leaving through the ceiling

How to Board and Insulate My Conservatory Roof

First off, you must fill in the space between the roof’s rafters with your insulation material, or method of choice. Here at Home Logic we use the sophisticated Home Logic Conservatory Roof  multi-foil insulation system.

This was first experimented with by NASA on the Apollo space missions, and is now used to achieve ambient conditions in traditional, residential conservatories.

This system offers a blanket of effective insulation material layered with aluminium, wadding, foam and pockets of air. This allows complete vapour control whilst preventing heat from leaving through the ceiling.

Next, you apply boarding or plaster a new ceiling over the top of the rafters to hide the blanket of insulation.

By doing so, you will be blocking all light from passing through the roof, providing a more relaxing and less glaring environment.

Thin insulation boards are ideal, as they do not take up so much space. This new ceiling space can then be painted with emulsion, or an effective thermal paint, to match your interior décor.

How to Board and Insulate My Conservatory Roof

We also provide one of the most technologically sophisticated products on the market, which prevents over 91% of heat loss through the roof of your conservatory. Result!

Extensive Industry Experience

We’ve made the job sound easy here, but the practice is always harder than the explanation, isn’t it? The team here at Home Logic have over 30 years’ worth of combined industry experience-experience which we put to good use in providing you with a professional service.

However, taking the job on yourself may not provide the same top-quality results, and you may end up with cold spots in your ceiling.

This is a job best left to a team of professionals who can be in and out like a flash, whilst completing a completely accurate and effective job.

We also provide one of the most technologically sophisticated products on the market, which prevents over 91% of heat loss through the roof of your conservatory. Result!

Reclaim use of your conservatory room year round, with the help of Home Logic! Simply call 0800 1700 636, or click the button below to get the ball rolling today!

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