Give Your Conservatory Some Love This Season

There’s no doubt you’ll probably be spending more time at home thanks to the blistering cold weather outside.

As a result, you’re probably going to want to ensure your home is as snug as possible.

This is especially true if you’re lucky enough to have a conservatory at home, as you’ll know just how quickly the temperatures can drop indoors.

Since the majority of conservatories are made up of glass, heat can easily escape, leaving your conservatory unbearably cold throughout the winter months. 

Winterising your conservatory needn’t be a huge task. There are plenty of small, yet effective things you can do to turn it into the cosiest spot in the house just in time for Christmas. 

Create An Ambience 

Placing a couple of scented candles around your conservatory will not only warm up the room with a spicy scent, but they will also help to create a cosy and inviting ambience. 

Add Comforting Textures 

Try draping a knitted throw over your furniture or placing a soft rug in the centre of the room to make your conservatory feel more like an extension of your home, opposed to a separate living space.

Fit Some Blinds

A new set of blinds will act like a warm blanket for your conservatory, insulating the room and stopping any heat from escaping. They’re also ideal for stopping your conservatory from getting too warm throughout the summer months. 

Invest In A Solid Roof

If you want to make a change to your conservatory, investing in a solid roof will have the biggest impact. Replacing your existing conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof will make the space more thermally efficient.

Plus, the installation can be done quickly and efficiently, so there will be minimum disruption at your home.

There’s never been a better time to make a change to your home. Place your order today to beat the 2020 price increase and you’ll receive a free festive hamper worth £180! Hurry, offer ends 14th December 2019.


Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Gillingham Showroom in Kent, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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