How can I make my conservatory more energy efficient?

How can I make my conservatory more energy efficient this winter?

Would you like to make your conservatory more energy-efficient this winter? By giving it a make-over and replacing your roof, you can stop it from looking tired, feeling unpleasant and also increase its energy efficiency.

Perhaps most importantly, modernising your conservatory’s components will have the effect of better insulation, meaning that you can regulate a consistent temperature in your outdoor extension, saving energy from extra heating or cooling measures.

No longer will it be too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter, meaning your home will become more energy efficient and save you money as a result.

What are my options?

Secondary glazing for your conservatory’s windows will prevent heat escaping. There are multiple ways to enhance the windowpane’s insulation properties. If your windows are only single-glazed, then you may qualify for the government’s 2020 green homes grant which will entitle you to upgrade to double-glazing – this will depend on the original build and structure.

Flooring is vital to the insulation of your conservatory. One of the best methods for floor insulation is using boards made of polyisocyanurate – user-friendly floorboards which can easily be cut into shape. Underfloor heating is a method of insulation which is also becoming more popular

Energy-efficient Roof Panels

By replacing your current roof with a new roof from Greenspace you are getting the very best in insulation from our Thermotec panelling. This ensures that intense heat will not pour into your conservatory and make it too hot during the summer months.

Similarly, during the colder winter months, your Thermotec roof will prevent warmer air from escaping so easily making your home more energy-efficient and saving you extra money on those high winter heating bills.

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