How to make the most of your conservatory year round.
Do you find that you aren’t really making the most of your conservatory?
Is it too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer to really be of use? Perhaps you have tried using the heating to make it a more usable space, only to find it’s having a big impact on your heating bill? And it just ends up being an unloved storage space. Well, you are not alone.
Thousands of people up and down the country are not making the most of their conservatory. But there is a way to transform it from an occasional space into a more usable area of your home. It’s all about replacing the conservatory roof with a solid roof. This prevents the sun’s rays from creating a greenhouse effect in the summer and adds valuable insulation in the winter to make it easier to heat.
Installation and costs
It might sound like a big job but there are systems out there such as Guardian Warm Roof than can easily retro fit a solid roof without the need for removing the old, minimising disruption and cost.
This system offers several major benefits. The first is that installation is fast, based around the existing roof structure and only takes a few days in most cases. Once complete, it makes the conservatory a year-round space. Yes, you lose some of the light coming in through the roof, but you can include windows in your solid roof design to make it a brighter space.
Options and Styles
There is a huge range of finishes and style options so you can be sure to find something that matches your existing building. Plus, the reduced energy costs could end up saving you money in the long run, meaning your new solid roof could be paying for itself sooner than you think.
If you would like more information about replacing your conservatory roof with a solid alternative, then get in touch with our team here at P&K. We are licensed Guardian Warm Roof installers and are waiting to help you transform your conservatory space into a year-round living area. Call us now on 01603 563 278 or email us at: [email protected].