The extreme variations in temperature were often due to poor insulation but nowadays, thanks to developing technology, this is no longer the case.
Modern-day conservatories can now serve as a seamless extension that have been purposely designed to look as though it has always been a part of your home.
That being said, if your conservatory wasn’t a recent investment, you may still find that come winter, it’s unbearably cold.
There are several ways you can make a difference without having to break the bank. Chunky blankets and cosy pillows will help to make your living space more inviting and installing a wood burner can easily heat up the room in minutes.
Though, if you really wanted to make an impact, you should consider installing a solid tiled roof. Replacing your existing conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof is a great way to make your living space more thermal efficient.
As heat rises, it can easily escape through a non-insulated roof. By adding a solid tiled roof, not only does it add a huge amount of warmth to your living space, but it can also help to reduce your energy bills and save you money in the long term.
It’s no wonder they have become increasingly popular in recent years.
Available in a wide variety of styles, a solid tiled roof has the ability to modernise your living space and improve its aesthetic appeal, transforming your outdated conservatory in an instant.
Now is the perfect time to invest in a replacement roof for your conservatory before the harsh winter weather arrives. Request a free quote today or visit our Galashiels showroom for more information.
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