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How to Make Your Conservatory Warmer

how to make your conservatory warmer

Conservatories are a lovely addition to homes in the warmer Summer months, and make for the perfect place to sun yourself whilst relaxing.

They give you space for extra seats and shelter during get-togethers and BBQs, and providing they’re adequately insulated, offer a cooler, covered environment that enables you to enjoy the sunshine, without getting too hot.

However, in the cooler, Winter months, conservatories often go completely unused – and unless you know how to make your conservatory warmer, are likely to remain that way for the chillier months of the year.

Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way: after all, you’d never leave your living room, kitchen or bathroom out of use for months at a time!

In the following guide, we’ll explore the challenge of cold conservatories in greater detail, and offer some savvy solutions that create cosy, comfortable conditions, throughout every month of the year…

Why Insulation Should Be Your Top Priority

Your conservatory can stay in use year-round, whatever the weather outside. Sound too good to be true? Put your cynicism aside for a minute, and let us explain.

By installing specialist LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation within your conservatory, the internal temperature will remain ambient, despite climatic conditions outside.

A bespoke product originally designed by NASA, LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation regulates the temperature within your conservatory to prevent it becoming uncomfortably cold, or uncomfortably hot.

Instead of experiencing extremes, your conservatory will be completely transformed into a relaxing room to retreat to.

Here’s How It Works…

LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation is a multi-foil insulation product that works best for environments like conservatories and orangeries, where there’s lots of glass panelling, and the temperature is easily influenced by that of the outside world.

Originally used by NASA on space expeditions, it was designed to protect their specialist (and very expensive!) equipment from being subject to extreme temperature changes, to avoid breakages.

Your conservatory hopefully isn’t quite as cold as outer space, but you can rest assured it’ll be protected even so!

Acting almost as a blanket on your conservatory roof, the foil is applied directly to the interior of the roof, and then comprehensively covered (so you don’t have to look at silver foil!).

The foil is made up of several layers including: multi-foil, thermal wadding and material with air pockets. This allows for air to be held and almost quarantined, before being released out into the room, ensuring the air isn’t too hot or cold.

It is sealed into place with a specialist ThermaSeal Tape. LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation blocks 91% of heat loss passing back through it and is a complete seal against vapour – so there’s no risk of condensation or damp building up, unlike with traditional non-tailored insulation products.

how to make your conservatory warmer

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When Will I Notice Results?

The difference in temperature is noticeable immediately after installation, with the insulation able to be fitted any time of the year to fix your temperature woes with tangible results.

You’ll be able to use your conservatory 365 days of the year without having to expend excess energy to heat and cool it continually. This will improve the energy efficiency of your conservatory considerably, and will reduce your household bills.

Whilst you may have had to seek planning permission prior to installation, and adhere to building legislation for the original construction of your conservatory, LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation gives you effectively a full roof replacement, with no requirement for permission or external admin.

Unlike the initial construction phase, LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation can be installed without a full team of builders present: but rather two or three specialist technicians.

Always Check A Company’s Credentials

Technicians installing LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation must be BBA (British Board of Agrement) certified

Technicians agree to only complete work that they are fully qualified to do, and discuss all options available for your home and conservatory, before any work begins.

They also agree to stick to budgets and timelines set by both parties, and treat your property with the utmost respect before, during and after installation.

The substitute for LogicFoam Conservatory Insulation would be to have an entire new roof fitted, but this will cost in the region of 50% more than insulation and, dependent on local regulations and legislation, may require planning permission.

Professionalism is our top priority, and we honour this by providing you with as much information as possible, so that you can make an informed and considered decision.

It’s completely free to talk through your requirements and there’s no obligation to purchase. Simply call 0800 1700 636, or click the button below to make an enquiry today!

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