Conservatory Efficiency Guides

Conservatories can be a great way to add extra living space to a home, but they can also have environmental and economic benefits. By choosing energy-efficient materials and construction methods, conservatories can be made to be more environmentally friendly. 

Using double or triple glazed windows and insulation can help to reduce heat loss and lower heating costs. Additionally, the orientation and shading of a conservatory can maximise natural light and minimise the need for artificial lighting and cooling. 

By taking additional steps, conservatories can be a cost-effective and sustainable addition to a home. 

Learn more about conservatory upgrades through our series of guides below:

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