Turn conservatory into all-year room with blanket coverage

 In Energy Bills, Energy Saving, Home Improvements, Home Insulation, News

With spring hopefully just around the corner now is the time to think of improving your home.

One simple and cheap way is to add an extra room by turning the conservatory into an all-year round place.

“Many people only use that space on warm summer days and avoid it the rest of the time when temperatures drop,” Midlands energy expert Ron Fox.

“But with the latest technology householders can make it the room that came in from the cold.”

He said ThermalWrap means people can enjoy a pleasant location 365 days a year rather than having to wrap up warm and put thicker clothing on to sit in there comfortably.

It is the most cost-effective way to insulate the conservatory roof space, added Ron, and these thermal blankets are specially made up of 19 high quality flexible layers of insulation – but yet they are only 40mm thick in total.

“There are so many advantages of UK manufactured ThermalWrap,” said Ron, of Noreus Ltd, which is based at Keele University’s Science and Innovation Park.

“It gives a new look to the room which is warmer in winter, yet cooler in the summer. It also reduces traffic noise, sun glare as well as condensation.

“But more importantly, there is a saving in energy costs with reduced heating bills. Plus installing this insulation, along with a new conservatory roof, takes only one or two days.

“Finally, it is VAT free and there’s also a 10-year workmanship warranty.”

For advice on how you can upgrade your conservatory into a 365-day room contact Ron Fox, on 01782 756995.

Caption: How to turn a conservatory into an all-year-round room.


Recent Posts
Contact Us

Got a quick question? send us an email and we'll get back to you, ASAP.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt

Start typing and press Enter to search

Worrying figures as for the first time, world temperature increases have exceeded 1.5C across an entire year.Out of this world – a new satellite is due to be launched later this month to monitor methane levels on earth from space. Picture: Wikipedia