How Do I Improve Conservatory Insulation? - Expert Advice

How Do I Improve Conservatory Insulation?

Improve Conservatory Insulation
Posted: 6 Nov 2020
Any room with large amounts of glazing will suffer considerably with temperature control throughout the year. This is especially bad with conservatories as they comprise mostly of glazing that will let heat escape. Now the clocks have gone back, we are experiencing shorter days and colder temperatures which can have an effect on your glass extension. It is more important than ever to focus on conservatory insulation to create an inviting but cosy atmosphere in your home, as this is where many will be spending most of their time over the next month.

Conservatory Insulation with Modern Duette® Thermal Blinds

The main fabrics we would recommend to improve insulation are the Duette® Thermal Blinds, which have been designed to tackle temperature control head on. With more people deciding to use their glass extension as a dining room or kitchen area; Duette® thermal blinds are the perfect option; helping to keep the room cooler in the summer months and warmer in the winter months. ⁠The fabric’s unique honeycomb structure creates an insulating layer of air, which helps stop heat from leaving a room. The Duette® thermal blinds not only effectively control temperatures in the room, but they also prevent the low winter sun from creating an unwanted glare. This is especially important if the glass extension is used as a living area with a television. Duette® pleated blinds are also helpful in contemporary open plan extensions featuring lantern roofs and folding doors. The fabric is sleek and modern with its cords being concealed within the structure of the blinds; making them a brilliant choice for this type of glass extension. Folding Door Blinds  

Conservatory Insulation with Traditional Pinoleum Blinds

For those looking to create a traditional look in their glass extension, our pure™ Pinoleum blinds – when purchased with the optional solar lining – are also great at controlling temperatures in the room. The solar lining enhances the traditional look of a wood-weave blind, with the extra insulation making them ideal for timber conservatories that need to have extra temperature control. English Pinoleum blinds are available in any Farrow & Ball®  paint, so that customers can compliment their room colour with the blinds to create a truly integrated appearance. They can also compliment a UPVC glass extension when choosing certain fabric colours. Pinoleum Roof and Side Blinds

Customer Reviews

Our customers often comment on the difference blinds have made to a cold conservatory, as can be seen in our customer reviews:

“Conservatory feels warmer since installation. Very happy with work done and blinds.” Mr & Mrs B – Yorkshire

“The blinds were fitted in less than one day. The young man who fitted them was brilliant! I cannot praise him enough. He was polite, efficient, explained everything. Was mindful of my flooring and very tidy. The pleated blinds are excellent. They look fantastic. The roof blinds are particularly impressive, everyone who has seen them is impressed. They keep the warmth in the winter and out in the summer. I am very, very pleased with both the blinds, the service, and the personnel at conservatory blinds.” Mr A – Rutland

To read more reviews like this; visit our profile on the independent review site Checkatrade.  If you are looking for ways to add insulation to your conservatory; then arrange a free quotation today with a member of our sales team.
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