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Conservatories are a perfect way to add extra living space and draw in natural light into your home. 

Whether you use your conservatory as a TV room or it is your quiet place, conservatories have the tendency to let outside noise in and inside noise to escape. 

This can not only be irritating for you but also for your neighbours. Luckily, there are ways of soundproofing your conservatory. 

In this article, we take a look at some of the soundproofing options available for your conservatory to  help reduce noise from not only coming in, but also stop noise escaping. 

These include: 

  • Installing blinds
  • Replacing your conservatory roof 
  • Triple glazing 

Installing blinds

It may sound odd but installing blinds in your conservatory can not only stop light coming through but can also reduce noise. 

There are many different types of blinds to choose from.

You don’t need heavy, thick blinds.  Thinner blinds will also go some way to reduce noise pollution.

When you want to block out the noise, draw the blinds! 

Replacing your conservatory roof

Replacing your conservatory roof is a more permanent solution but is also the most effective way to reduce noise pollution. 

A solid conservatory roof, as opposed to a polycarbonate or glass roof will help improve noise insulation, keeping outside noise out and also keeping inside noise in. 

At Trade 2 Trade Windows, we offer a range of high performance conservatory roofs, designed to the highest quality. 

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Installing triple glazing 

Most, or sometimes all of your conservatory is made of glass. 

Unlike the rest of your home, which has brick and internal insulation to protect from external noise, your conservatory doesn’t have that luxury. 

That doesn’t mean you cannot help insulate your conservatory from noise. 

Installing triple glazing can make a huge difference in protecting your conservatory from outside noise. 

The extra layer of glass offers greater protection than double glazing from noise pollution, making your conservatory a quieter place to be.

Find a conservatory specialist

Now you have more of an idea how to soundproof your conservatory, you may want to install a new conservatory roof or new window glazing. 

Whatever changes you choose to make, it’s important to choose a trusted installer. 

At Trade 2 Trade, we offer a high quality service, supplying the highest quality products. 

By choosing Trade 2 Trade, you can enjoy peace of mind that comes with a first class service. If you’re looking to soundproof your conservatory, get in touch and see what we can do for you.