If you’re like most homeowners, you use your conservatory all year round. But did you know that there are a few things you can do to get your conservatory ready for warm weather? In this blog post, we’ll outline some tips on what you can do to get your conservatory ready for summer.
Clean your conservatory
One of the best ways to keep your conservatory cool is to clean it regularly. A clean conservatory will be more energy-efficient, and the air will be cooler and fresher. Make sure to remove any dirt or dust from the windows and surfaces, and give the floor a good sweep. This is also a positive as you can enjoy the look and feel of a clean conservatory throughout the summer.
Curtains and blinds
If you haven’t installed curtains or blinds into your garden room, then now is the perfect time. Make sure to keep the curtains and blinds closed during the day, as this will help to block out the sun and keep the heat out when it’s really warm. If you have any fans or air conditioning, using them during the hottest parts of the day will cool your conservatory down slightly and give you a nice breeze when you’re in there.
Install a warm roof
If your conservatory is already quite warm, you may want to consider installing a warm roof. This is a type of insulation that is installed on top of the roof, and it can help to keep the heat out. A warm roof is a particularly good option if you use your conservatory as a living space, as it will help to keep you cool during the summer months.
While it may be tempting to put off getting your conservatory ready for the warmer weather, waiting too long could result in missed opportunities. By taking a few simple steps now, you can ensure that your conservatory is comfortable and inviting when the temperatures start to rise. Have you started preparing your conservatory for summer? If not, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered with our expertly installed warm roofs, just visit our website for your free quote today.
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