How Can I Insulate My Conservatory Roof?
Conservatories are a gorgeous way to enjoy nature from the comfort of your home. Although, as the English weather continues to fluctuate, one of the hardest rooms to control the temperature for is your conservatory. Many people with a conservatory find issues with glare, and privacy and also end up looking for ways 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 constantly, which will affect your heating bill!
Find out more about insulating your conservatory roof by getting in touch with our sales team.
Improving Insulation for My Conservatory Roof
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 an impact. By adding blinds to your conservatory roof you are creating an extra insulating layer. Consequently, this then helps trap the heat inside the room.
Our pure™ Pleated Blinds and pure™ Pinoleum Blinds are popular choices for conservatory blinds as they are specifically designed for conservatories and cover unique triangular gable windows expertly. Pinoleum blinds have an optional solar lining that helps preserve heat in the winter and maintain a traditional look all year round.
The most effective blinds for insulation are the Duette® Thermal Blinds as their unique honeycomb structure is specifically designed for insulation. Similarly, Duette® blinds are great for temperature control in the summer, which is perfect for those wondering what are the best blinds for keeping heat out?
Why Should I Use Blinds to Keep My Conservatory Warm?
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
- We designed the blinds 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 retain maximum heat
Market-leading Motorisation for Conservatory Blinds
Almost all our blinds also have the option to control not just manually, but electronically. Our motorisation options include: remote control blinds, smart blinds and battery-powered blinds.
Having motorised blinds gives you the option to control all your blinds at once or individually from a distance. Grouping your blinds together is a quick and easy solution for people with many smaller blinds covering their conservatory roof. With motorisation you can open and close up to 99 blinds in seconds.
So, if you are wondering ‘how can I insulate my conservatory roof?’ Insulate your conservatory now with Specialist Blinds by arranging a free quotation!