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Different conservatory insulation solutions

Government figures suggest that around 18% of UK households have a conservatory – a huge number – and many of these structures will be older or have little in the way of insulation to make them a truly year-round usable space. 

With growing families, the rise of working from home, an increasing property prices, homeowners are increasingly looking for cost-effective ways to increase the amount of livable, usable space in their existing homes. And conservatory insulation has become increasingly popular as a result!

In this article, we’ll look at some of the quick fixes and more permanent solutions to better insulating your conservatory. 

Simple ways to better insulate your conservatory

The first step in conservatory insulation often involves addressing the basics. Sealing any gaps around windows and doors is a quick fix that can significantly reduce heat loss. Similarly, using draught excluders can block cold air from entering and warm air from escaping. 

Blinds, particularly thermal ones, can provide an extra layer of insulation, while ceiling blinds can be particularly effective in reducing heat loss through the roof. Additionally, replacing old, inefficient windows and doors with double or triple-glazed units can make a considerable difference in maintaining a stable temperature.

Structural improvements to your conservatory’s insulation properties

For those looking for a more robust solution, structural improvements can offer substantial benefits. One popular option is replacing your conservatory’s existing roof with a new tiled version, which provides better insulation than polycarbonate or glass. 

Alternatively, insulating your existing roof can be a cost-effective way to enhance energy efficiency. These improvements not only increase comfort but also add to the aesthetic appeal and potentially the value of your home.

Why conservatory roof insulation has become so popular

Conservatory roof insulation has gained significant traction for several reasons. Firstly, it usually doesn’t require planning permission, making it a hassle-free improvement. It’s designed to work with your existing structure, ensuring that the character and style of your conservatory are preserved. Installation is swift, often completed within a single day, minimising disruption to your home life. 

Furthermore, it’s an economically sound investment – conservatory roof insulation can save homeowners up to 25% on energy bills by enhancing thermal efficiency, and cost just £2,000 to install. 

The benefits of hiring a professional company to insulate your conservatory roof

Opting for a professional company like Sagars for your conservatory roof insulation comes with a host of benefits. With thousands of successful installations under our belt, we are the North’s favourite company for this service. Our 10-year guarantee on workmanship offers you peace of mind, while our use of the best materials, including market-leading multi-layer foil insulation, ensures optimal thermal efficiency. 

We pride ourselves on offering a service that’s quick, with minimal disruption and no mess – your conservatory will be transformed in just one day. Learn more about the benefits of conservatory roof insulation.

Book a free conservatory roof insulation survey and quote

To fully understand the benefits and the process involved in insulating your conservatory roof, we invite you to book a free survey and quote. This no-obligation service will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about how to proceed with insulating your conservatory. Don’t let your conservatory go underused any longer – make it a comfortable, energy-efficient space all year round. Request your free quote today.

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