How Can I Insulate My Conservatory Roof?

How Can I Insulate My Conservatory Roof?

Duette® Thermal Roof Blinds
Posted: 19 Oct 2019

The Met Office has recently said that certain parts of the UK will soon see temperatures below freezing, meaning the colder autumn and winter weather is truly here. During this winter weather, many may find their conservatory is too cold and therefore not use it. This is because can be very hard to heat efficiently, and so people often try and find the best way to insulate a conservatory roof.

Heating a conservatory without blinds can only do so much to increase the temperature of the room. As heat will continuously escape through the glazing. This means that in order to keep the room warm, you have to keep the heating on continuously . This can then effect your heating bill!

Improving Insulation

To keep the heat in your conservatory and make it a more comfortable room, you have to increase the insulation. The majority of heat leaves a conservatory through the roof, so that’s where our conservatory roof blinds really make a difference. By adding blinds to a conservatory roof you are creating an extra insulating layer. Consequently, this then helps trap the heat inside the room. The most effective blinds for insulation are the Duette® Thermal Blinds as their unique honeycomb structure is specifically designed for insulation, however our purePleated Blinds and purePinoleum Blinds (with optional solar lining) can also help keep a conservatory warm in winter.

Is your Conservatory too cold? Then why use blinds? 

There are many benefits of using conservatory blinds to increase the insulation over other methods, such as a solid roof:

  • You don’t have to sacrifice any of the atmosphere of the conservatory
  • The blinds are designed to let in natural light when extended so the room doesn’t get too dark
  • You still have the option of retracting them fully if you want to keep the room bright and airy.

Thanks to our expertise at making shaped blinds for conservatory roofs, we are able to cover even the most complex roof shapes with minimal gaps to let the heat escape.

Shaped Pleated Roof Blinds  

Customer Reviews

Over the years we’ve fitted hundreds of blinds into customers conservatories for the Winter. We’ve had many positive comments talking about how our blinds have helped the temperature of the room:

“Just wanted to say thanks for the blinds – I wish we had installed them years ago. During the cold weather we had recently they made a huge difference to the temperature of the conservatory. “ Mrs McK, Woking

 

“We have just had our conservatory blinds fitted. I can not recommend this company enough. […]

The back of the house is open plan, so found that in the winter we have been losing a lot of heat. We decided to try blinds to see if this helped with this problem. We haven’t had them fitted a day, we are in the middle of the coldest spell of the year, and already the difference with the heat in our house is massively noticeable.” Mrs T, Sevenoaks

 

“Last week we had the blinds fitted – the fitter was an absolute star, a great job done and only took a few hours to complete.

We are over the moon with them and have had loads of compliments already. They look amazing and have made such a difference; feels warmer already without the heating on” Mrs W, Cowley

To read more reviews like this then click here. Are you wondering how can I insulate my conservatory roof? Insulate with Conservatory Blinds by arranging a free quotation today! 
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