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My Conservatory Is Too Hot - How Can I Fix It?

my conservatory is too hot
When you decided to build a new conservatory, you probably had visions of warm Summer days spent sipping cocktails and enjoying the warm sunlight.

You would have been aware that the extra windows would increase the heat inside your home, but may have thought that opening windows or installing blinds would take care of the excessive heat build up.

Unfortunately, if your conservatory is south facing, has many windows or few window openings – you may find your conservatory is just too hot to use all year round.

With Conservatory Lightweight Roof Insulation System, you can reduce the heat in the room and get your full money’s worth from your investment, as the following article reveals...

Why Is My Conservatory So Hot?

Sunlight passes through glass with ease which is perfect for ensuring a brightly lit room – but along with that light, comes the onslaught of radiant heat.

This heat occurs all year round – even in the winter. In a conservatory, that heat enters the room and then has nowhere to escape. As a non-porous material, the glass does not enable heat to escape, and it will sit inside your conservatory, building up throughout the day.

Why Is The Rest Of My Home Cooler Than My Conservatory?

This occurs to a much lesser extent inside the rest of your home as furnishings will absorb the heat, there are multiple openings and rooms for it to dissipate and there are simply fewer windows.

In a conservatory (especially one that is closed to the rest of the house) that heat has nowhere to go making it unbearably hot and often unusable.

The fact that a conservatory has a glass or plastic roof adds to the problem – something that is not an issue inside the rest of your home.

my conservatory is too hot

Conservatory insulation system uses a metallic foil barrier to prevent sunlight from entering your conservatory and therefore will ensure that all that hard earned money you spent on creating this haven is well spent!

My Conservatory Is Too Hot-How Can I Fix It?

You may think that insulation would be the very worst way to prevent the buildup of heat from the sun inside your conservatory, but actually, Conservatory Insulation works effectively on bringing down that sunlight penetration.

By acting as a barrier between the sunlight and the room, the use of insulation on the conservatory roof is the perfect way to ensure a cool conservatory in the summer and a warm room for the winter.

Light And Airy-But Without The Glare

The layers of foil-like material act as a way to reflect the sunlight away from the conservatory, preventing it from entering the room in the first place.

You will still get the light coming in through the side windows, but the glare of the full sun hitting the conservatory roof is reflected away, making the room cooler – but just as light and airy.

Why Conservatory Insulation’s Better Than Blinds

You could achieve a very similar effect by using blinds – but these are known to be expensive to fit, and they do not offer the additional benefit of being a great insulator for the winter.

Conservatory insulation system uses a metallic foil barrier to prevent sunlight from entering your conservatory and therefore will ensure that all that hard earned money you spent on creating this haven is well spent.

Your conservatory can once again become a warm, comfortable and enjoyable summer time space

Take back control of your conservatory’s temperature with this advanced multi-foil roof insulation. To find out more, call our friendly consultants on 0800 1700 636, or, alternatively, simply click the button below to get started today!