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Insulating a Sunroom Ceiling: 8 Top TipsBy admin
Thursday, 22 August 2019
Tired of wistfully staring at your sunroom, and wishing that you could make full use of it throughout the year? Sunrooms are well-known for their poor insulation, but there is plenty that you can do to change things.
Insulating a sunroom ceiling is essential if you want to make full use of the stunning space, regardless of the weather outside. That beautiful space doesn’t need to closed-off for large parts of the year – it can be cosy, beautiful, and most importantly of all, feel warm and welcoming year round.
When you create the perfect environment, you can really start to optimise the space in your sunroom.
To rejuvenate your sunroom, and get the best back from that extra floor space, take a look at our top 8 tips for creating a cosier sunroom environment-without breaking the bank in the process!
Top 8 Tips for Warming up Your Sunroom
A sunroom shouldn’t just be reserved for the summer, it can make a fantastic, versatile space all year-round. Our top 4 tips for sunroom ceiling insulation, will make sure your room is perfect for any occasion.
Top Tip No.1: Utilise a Ceiling Fan
A ceiling fan is great for the Summer, when the room gets a little too warm, but it can also help to circulate warm air in the Winter, helping to heat up your sunroom.
Top Tip No.2: Tint the Windows
Window tinting is a great way to add a little extra warmth to a room whilst on a budget, by preventing heat from escaping.
Top Tip No.3: Use Drapes
Drapes are functional, fashionable, and great for keeping warm air inside your room, where it can be appreciated the most.
Top Tip No.4: Try Professional Insulation
Of course, you can’t look at the best ways to insulate a sunroom ceiling, without actually looking at conservatory insulation. If you want a room that really stays warm in the winter, professional insulation is the answer.
Multi-foil insulation is going to keep your room warm, eliminate sun glare, and take care of any problematic condensation and damp.
Top Tip No.5: Paint the Walls
While lighter paint can make a room feel larger, darker paint can really bring that sense of comfort and cosiness into your sunroom.
Top Tip No.6: Invest in Suitable Furniture
Sunroom furniture needs to be practical for the environment in your sunroom, but it can also be stylish, comfortable, and deliver that wow factor, if you choose the best furniture for your space.
Top Tip No.7: Try Different Furnishings
While drapes help to insulate your room, they can also enhance its design, and make the space feel more like home. Additional soft furnishings, like cushions and rugs, can completely transform a sunroom space.
Top Tip No.8: Use Indoor Plants
Indoor plants help to bring the outside inside, which is wonderful in a unique room, like a sunroom. They refresh the space, but also increase the air quality in a room, making it much more pleasant to spend time in.
Home Logic – Your Number One Service for Insulation Improvements
A few tips and tricks, and an investment in the right sunroom roof insulation system, is normally all it takes to bring life back into the room, and really optimise it for year-round use, no matter the weather outside.
However, if your sunroom is very outdated, then the best solution may be to upgrade it.
A poor-quality sunroom is always going to be difficult to revitalise, making an investment in a new sunroom a top choice if you really want to use that space to its full advantage. There are some fantastic sunroom designs available these days, going above and beyond what many of the old structures can offer.
From the classic lean-to design, to modern and bespoke sunrooms, there are countless ways to enhance the appeal of your home, but also create a room that will conserve vital energy, and that doesn’t let you down when it comes to changing temperatures.
Our team at Home Logic specialise in conservatory and sunroom transformations, from top of the range conservatory insulation to protect your room and make it more energy-efficient, to stunning new sunrooms and conservatories to really give a property that essential wow factor.
For more information about our bespoke and classic range of conservatories and sunrooms, or the wonders of a properly insulated sunroom ceiling, don’t hesitate to contact our team today, by giving us a call on 0800 1700 636, or simply clicking the button below!Related Home Logic Living Articles
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