Warmer Conservatories in the Winter

Having the extra space a conservatory gives can be an incredibly useful area allowing you to have an additional living room, dining room or office

Warm in Winter

Keeping Your Conservatory Warm In Winter

Having the extra space a conservatory gives can be an incredibly useful area allowing you to have an additional living room, dining room or office
Unfortunately, due to the fluctuating temperatures in the UK, you end up with an expensive mistake that is rarely used plus a room that’s unbearably cold in the autumn and winter and a space that becomes locked off from the home for at least six months of the year.

Benefit of Hindsight

Most conservatory roofs in the UK use polycarbonate or glazed roof panels. Due to building regulations and cost these were seen as the best solution at the time.  With the benefit of hindsight, and over 20,000 installations across the UK in the past 9 years, we now know this was a mistake. Our ConservaHeat True Aluminium Foil Quilt System and unique installation process is the market-leading product and bespoke solution to the issues suffered by millions of families across the UK.

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Conservatory roof

Unique Conservatory Roof Insulation

All conservatory roofs lack proper insulation and therefore are almost always the coldest room in any home.  Trying to heat your conservatory is often an expensive fools errand as the heat produced by any space heater or radiator quickly escapes from the conservatory roof, retaining very little warmth in the room.  For the same reason, in the summer your conservatory can become something more akin to a greenhouse.  What makes our system so unique is our aluminium foil quilt which prevents 91% of heat loss in the winter, it also reflects 98% of damaging radiant energy in the summer, regulating the temperature in your conservatory making it cooler.

Throwing Money Away

According to the Energy Saving Trust an uninsulated home can lose 25% of heating through the roof and with so much glazing in conservatories even more can be lost.

In fact according to a survey carried out by the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the average conservatory owner uses an extra 4,800 kWh per annum. Which with electricity in the UK at around 28p pkwh equates to £1,344 per year! 

A study also revealed that Modelling using the Cambridge Housing Model  shows that households can use at least 13% more energy for space heating if they heat their conservatories. That’s money going straight through the roof. The Government has recently restricted the erecting of Conservatories on new build houses due to their solar gains in the summer, with the potential losses in the winter you can see the Government needed  to act.

This is why the government reduced VAT to 0% on our product as it is a proven energy saver.

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Key benefits of Conservatory Insulations:
ConservaHeat True Aluminium Foil Insulation

How Conservatory Insulation Makes your
Conservatory Warmer in the Winter

Our conservatory insulation system is fitted to your existing conservatory roof framework.  The multi-layered true aluminium foil quilt once installed prevents 91% of the heat loss in the room. 

Polycarbonate and glazed roofs offer little to no thermal insulation. Our system not only stops the heat loss in your conservatory, making it warmer in winter, it also looks fantastic, creating a new fully insulated room in your home. Another key benefit of insulating your conservatory is it makes the room a lot more energy efficient, reducing your heating bills in the winter.

Insulating your conservatory gives you back the dream living space you had given up on.  Our unique ConservaHeat true aluminium foil quilt system is the market leader and costs a fraction of the alternatives like a new tiled roof or knocking it down and building an extension. 

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