In the recent cold snap, many of us have discovered that there are parts of our homes that are not keeping the cold weather out as effectively as they could be. Insulating the house correctly is important to keep the cost of heating down and when it comes to areas where the cold is coming in this could be costing a fortune.
One of the main places that have trouble holding in heat is the conservatory. As well as the fact that they are made of a lot of glass which tends not to be as warm in the winter, many people have conservatories which are older and not as good at retaining heat any longer as they once were.
Of course, heat rises, so one of the main parts of your conservatory that could be causing the room to lose a lot of heat might be the roof. Instead of having a whole new conservatory replaced however, it is possible to replace just the roof. Make sure that you find a company that specialises in conservatory roof conversions like this www.proceiling.co.uk/ to ensure that it is done properly.
More modern materials mean that the roof will also be better insulated and able to keep the precious heat in the room.
Replacing the roof of your conservatory means that you can keep the heat inside the room, and it becomes a room that you can use throughout the winter months, even when the temperatures get very low as they have recently in the UK.