Doing so may make you realise how vital your conservatory is for providing you with extra space in your home. That being said, if your conservatory wasn’t a recent investment, you may find that come winter, it’s unbearably cold. You shouldn’t have to avoid your conservatory throughout the winter months. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to help make your conservatory more usable all year round.
Installing a wood burner in your conservatory can heat up the room in minutes, helping to turn it from a bitterly cold setting to the cosiest spot in the house.
A stunning wood burning stove will also give the room an eye-catching focal point. Not only will it add a huge amount of warmth to your conservatory, but it can also help to reduce your energy bills, and save you money in the long-term.
Fitting a new set of blinds can add an insulating layer of warmth and act like a warm blanket for your conservatory.
Insulating blinds will help stop heat escaping during the winter months, and will also prevent your conservatory getting too warm throughout summer.
This will keep your conservatory consistently cosy.
If you want to make a big impact in your conservatory, you should seriously consider investing in a solid roof.
Replacing your existing conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof is a great way to make the space more thermally efficient.
Plus, the installation can be done quickly and without any fuss, so there will be minimum disruption caused at home.
There’s never been a better time to make improvements to your conservatory as the County Winter Sale is now on! Visit your nearest showroom to view our extensive range of home improvements and speak to a member of our team.
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