Conservatories, they’re a great social space for any home, bringing family and friends together. However, these days many older conservatories aren’t living up to what they used to be. The material used to construct the conservatories has changed over the past decade to ensure they’re as energy-efficient as possible.
Conservatories were originally designed to provide your home with that outside space inside your home. Whilst they were a great idea at first, they soon became uninhabitable in the chilly winter months and scorching in those warmer summer months. However, nowadays, we are able to provide you with a conservatory that works all year round.
We understand that upgrading your conservatory can cost a lot, especially when splashing the cash on heating your conservatory in the winter. So, we are here to help you make your conservatory more energy efficient for this winter, without spending too much hard-earned cash.
Create a Cosy Environment
Whilst this has no actual impact on the energy efficiency of your conservatory, you can create that perfect “cosy night in” environment. By filling your conservatory with comfy sofas, fluffy throughs and lots of cushions. Why not even light a few candles or pop a few fairy lights to really create that cosy environment? A rug is also a great way to help keep the warmth in the winter months, preferably a fluffy rug.
Heated blankets are a great option for those who wish to enjoy the space of their conservatory this winter. Providing warmth when needed and keeping you and others nice and toasty. They’re available online at most retailers and come in very handy.
Blinds & Curtains
Blinds and curtains are a great way to retain heat. By installing blinds or curtains in your conservatory, you can help to keep the warmth inside, whilst this may cost a little at first, it is definitely a long-term solution. They also allow one to style the conservatory their way, making it their own and adding their touch of style.
Triple glazing is a great way in which one can make their conservatory energy-efficient. It helps to keep the warmth out in the summer and keep the warmth in the winter. On top of this, the money you will save on your energy bills will soon justify the purchase. Wish to find out more? Get in touch today on 01604 945540 to speak with one of our friendly team members.
Replace the Roof
If you are having issues with draughts or cold air, the roof is typically one of the first things to look at. Therefore, replacing your conservatory roof can definitely help to keep the warmth in this winter, and help save you money in the long term. There are also many options available, such as tiled and uPVC glass. Here at Trade Windows Direct, we are the professionals when it comes to conservatory roofs and windows, providing businesses across the UK with high-quality products.
If you would like to find out more about how we can help you, get in touch today on 01604 945540 or pop us an email at email@example.com.