Many people add a conservatory because they think it will be a great extra living space. They want to be able to entertain family and friends or enjoy some time alone in the sun.
But many of them should use their conservatories more. Whether it is because they are not energy efficient, too hot in the summer or just aren’t as pleasant in the cold weather, there are plenty of ways to make your conservatory more liveable all year round.
Insulate your conservatory
A great way to ensure that your conservatory is more liveable is to ensure it is insulated. This will help regulate the room’s temperature, which will mean you will be able to use it all year round, and it can save you money on gas and electricity bills.
Replacing your roof
If you have an old-style conservatory, there is no better way to keep your energy costs down than to replace it with a thermally efficient roof. A tiled roof system is an excellent option, offering all-weather insulation in various colours so you can find a plan that suits your home. For more information on Conservatory Roof Conversions Cheltenham, go to a site such as www.proceiling.co.uk
If your conservatory has a glass or Perspex roof, installing blinds can help to keep it warm. A wide variety of styles are available, and they can be positioned in several ways to provide privacy while also keeping the brightness down.