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How can I save money on my conservatory?

With energy prices rising and only set to continue, many people are looking at where they can cut costs and save money in their home, and there is one room in particular that always gets some attention – your conservatory. 

Conservatories are a great addition to a home, offering more space and room, and even an oasis away from the main areas of the house. But, they are often energy leaks in the home, either costing a fortune to heat or to keep cool. So, here are some ways that you can save money on your conservatory.

Soft furnishings and blinds 

Things like getting the correct type of blinds or even curtains can make the world of difference. Soft furnishings are a great addition to make the space look more homely but they can also serve a purpose too! Make sure you’re spending money on ones that will benefit the space and not lock the heat in during the summer.

Make it fit for purpose 

Choose what you want to use it for. Making a space like a conservatory fit for its purpose is a huge way to save money and make it a more cost-effective and efficient space. If you know you want it to be an office, kit it out as so, and if you know it is a space for entertaining, what can you do to make it an enjoyable space to spend time? Having no fixed purpose can lead to conservatories becoming unused and unloved, and essentially a waste of heating and energy.

Make the most of it

Following on from that, really make the most out of it. Having a space you use a lot means that the cost of heating or cooling it is more justified, and there is a less risk of it being seen as a leak or a hindrance to your household bills.

Conservatory roof insulation

If you want to do something practical to save money, consider conservatory roof insulation. Conservatory insulation will keep the space cool in the summer and warm in the winter, regulating the temperature in the room and making sure you’re not spending a fortune heating and cooling it. 

Conservatory roof insulation is a cost-effective way to save money and energy in your home, with most installations starting at £1,999 and taking a day to complete. If you want a conservatory insulation cost bespoke to you, please get in touch and our team of experts will be able to help.

Make the most out of your conservatory and speak to a member of the team at Sagars. We’re based in the North but can travel for installations, and we offer a no-obligation quote to get started with.

Contact us here to start the conversation around conservatory insulation.

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