In recent years many conservatory owners have called us to say “ our conservatory is far too hot in the summer and far too cold in the winter to be comfortable and that they wish to have a conservatory roof conversion or convert the conservatory roof , we love using our conservatory and wish we could use our conservatory 365 days of the year but its impossible” Well Clyde Windows & Construction now have a conservatory conversion solution to a problem which is the same all over Scotland for tens of thousands of people.
People who find that their conservatory is too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter often use it for just small spells throughout the year. Missing out on the potential of an all-year-round room, well now if you have a conservatory roof converted you can use it for 365 days comfortably.
Check the list below to see what “U Value” ( insulation quality ) you currently have on your existing conservatory roof and this may explain why its too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter and then see below the “U Value “ that you could have in your conservatory no matter how old your conservatory is
Experts have spent many years investigating conservatory temperatures and have scientifically calculated what is the most comfortable temperature in your home and came up with a U Value of 0.8 Wm/k2 as the ideal insulation value of a conservatory
So how do you feel now that you know there is a roof that can be put on your current conservatory door and window frames to give you that 365 days all year round comfortable use
Call now for your free thermal efficiency survey and free quotation and let us get you comfortably using your conservatory for 365 days of the year.
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