How to keep my conservatory warm in the winter
It’s no secret that conservatories can get cold in the winter, but there are plenty of things you can do to make them warmer. Radiators can be installed to take the chill out of the room, although under floor heating is a much more effective and cost-efficient way of keeping the conservatory warm.
If you don’t want underfloor heating, then floor tiles with a high PEI rating will provide more insulation, whilst carpet or even just a rug can make a difference. Blinds can also be fitted to the windows and ceiling to keep warm air in. We recommend using Thomas Sanderson blinds as their fitters have been specially trained to fit blinds in Anglian conservatories and all Anglian customers will receive £300 off their Thomas Sanderson order.
You should also check for draughts. Slipped roof panels can let cold air in, and also double check there’s no cold air getting in around windows and doors.
If you still have any additional questions or would like more information, speak to a member of our team today.
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