A conservatory can be a great addition to any home. It provides extra space for relaxation and serenity, or it could even double up as an entertainment room or home office. Either way, like most rooms in your home, it will feel significantly cooler in the winter months. January and February in the UK aren’t known for their warm temperatures, so your conservatory could still feel a little chilly. If you need a coat just to even stand in your conservatory, it’s time to upgrade to a more modern option. As a conservatory company dedicated to our client’s needs, we’re here to help.

Here at Ascot & Rose, we have years of experience in building and installing luxury conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms all suited to our customer’s preferences and style. We know that your home extension won’t just be a summer fling; it’s a year-long commitment that you want to enjoy, whatever the weather. Therefore, we’ve created a list of ways to keep your conservatory warm all year long, especially in the winter.

Consider Double and Triple Glazing; How Our Conservatory Company Can Help

As the decades have passed, we’ve all come to realise that a simple sheet of glass won’t be enough insulation, and it certainly won’t keep the draughts at bay. This is where double and triple glazed windows come in handy. Not only do they have great noise-cancelling properties, but they’re perfect for keeping rooms warm too.

Investing in new windows can help you out in the long term; if you’re considering installing a conservatory for the first time, or you need to bring your current one into the modern era, ask your conservatory company about their glazing options.

Any home extension is a great choice if you want more space or to increase the value of your home. But, all in all, it needs to be a comfortable environment. Here at Ascot & Rose, we offer double and triple glazed options, with an excellent A++ u-value in energy ratings.

We will always ensure that they are installed perfectly, keeping your conservatory free of draughts and insulation gaps. To find out more about our windows, from our luxury aluminium options to the sliding sash windows, please visit us here.

Add Throws and Blankets for Decoration Too

Pieces such as blankets, throws and even rugs aren’t just there to look pretty. They can keep your conservatory warm and inviting, and rugs, in particular, are incredibly comfortable to walk upon if you have a laminate or tile floor.

Blankets and throws can add a nice touch to any furniture you have in your conservatory. If you fancy watching a film and you feel a little chill in the air, blankets provide a comfy wrap-around to create a more relaxing atmosphere.

However, if your conservatory is old and dated, blankets just won’t do the trick. You’ll need to fully upgrade your conservatory to truly ensure that it stays warm all year long. All luxury conservatories can be decorated to fit your needs, whether you want a space to relax or a place to entertain guests. Keeping them warm is essential in the winter, as you won’t feel comfortable and could end up neglecting a perfectly great space. 

Opt For Underfloor Heating

Conservatories are notoriously renowned for being absolutely freezing during winter, but these are only the older models. This is an outdated belief to have, as these home extensions have come a long way in terms of adapting to their environments.

When your extension is being built by a reliable conservatory company, ask them whether they provide underfloor heating. Updating your old conservatory can provide you with a warm, cosy space, and you won’t have to suffer the chill any longer.

Here at Ascot & Rose, we pride ourselves in providing luxury conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms perfect for clients who need a space to relax, unwind or entertain. To find out more, or to receive a bespoke quote, please give us a call on 07778 937465. Alternatively, you can fill out our online form here.

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