Conservatory roof insulation cost

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How much does it cost to insulate a conservatory roof?

Adding roof insulation to your conservatory has many advantages and can drastically reduce the heat loss that many conservatories suffer from during colder periods, which generally means that the conservatory gets little use during these times. Just as with any home with inadequate insulation in the roof or cavity walls, if your conservatory is poorly insulated it will cost extra to heat and keep warm.

So, lets assume that your conservatory is not already well insulated, how much does it actually cost to add insulation to make it more energy efficient?

The best way to insulate your conservatory is by adding good quality insulation into the roof. Most conservatories have glazed roofs when they are built, but unfortunately this is where most of the heat is lost. Conservatory roof insulation can remedy this problem by fitting the correct materials which consist of layers of high-quality polished reflective film and thermal webbing. The cost of the materials is only part of the equation though, so it's difficult to give a definite price on how much the installation will cost without knowing all the relevant information required.

The final cost will depend on a number of things, these include the size and shape of the conservatory, because conservatories come in all shapes and sizes and a Victorian style with a curved roof, and a P shape or T shape conservatory roof will be more complicated to fit than for example a lean to conservatory with a simple flat roof. The size of coverage is also an obvious factor, and the style of finish to complete the internal appearance of the ceiling will also affect the final price.

To sum up, the cost of installing conservatory roof insulation can vary anywhere between £1500 to £6,000+ depending on all the factors previously mentioned, as well as any additional work that may be required, such as electrical work or plastering if this is your preference. However, most people prefer to have the upvc cladding fitted. Its less expensive, looks good and is easy to keep clean. In fact it requires hardly any maintenance at all.

The only way to reduce the price of a conservatory roof insulation would be to do it yourself, but it is a highly skilled job and you need to know what you are doing to ensure that you don't create serious problems that can affect the conservatory roof, thus leading to expensive mistakes.

In the UK there are a growing number of companies who specialise in fitting conservatory roof insulation. Conservatory Insulation Specialists Ltd are a professional company who cover installations throughout the South of England and South Wales and areas around Birmingham. You can call to get a free no obligation survey and guaranteed quote which will last for 12 months, so even if you are not quite ready to proceed, you can be sure that the price will remain fixed once you give them the go ahead.

All materials and labour charges will be included in the quoted price, plus any discounts which are available at the time the quote is given. Senior citizen discounts are nearly always available, so you can be sure you are getting the best price that Conservatory Insulation Specialists Ltd can provide.

Call today if you would like a free no obligation survey and quote.

Tel: 0333 242 3870


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Best insulation for conservatory roof

What is the best insulation for a conservatory roof?

In the UK there are millions of conservatories and thousands of new ones are being built each year, but the vast majority still lack effective insulation.

Most conservatory roofs have been constructed using glass or polycarbonate panels that are ineffective against heat loss. Worse still, on hot Summer days when conservatories start to get used more, they can become more like a greenhouse and uncomfortably too hot.

So is there a solution to these problems?

Can your conservatory be kept cool in the Summer and warm throughout the Winter? If so then think how much more your conservatory be used throughout the year and not just on a few occasional days.

The best and easiest solution is to have roof insulation fitted into your conservatory roof. Plus, you can have the ceiling of your conservatory tastefully covered in light enhancing pristine white upvc cladding that will improve its appearance and make it easier to keep clean all year round.

Conservatory roof insulation can come in different grades of quality but the best type to fit, and the only one that is really efficient and worth getting, is the multi-foil thermal insulation system. This is the type that Conservatory Insulation Specialists install because its the only one worth considering. The other alternative would be to fit a completely new tiled roof which would at least double the cost and may not even be as efficient at keeping the conservatory warm in the Winter. However, if you are seriously thinking about having a tiled roof fitted then getting it insulated at the same time is definitely worth considering. Conservatory Insulation Specialists also specialise in fitting quality lightweight tiled roofs and can also provide you with a free quote for this option.


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Best insulation for conservatory roof

Thermal insulation can prevent up to 90% of heat loss through your conservatory roof when you choose the multi-foil system. This not only means that your conservatory will be more comfortable to use every day of the year, it could considerably reduce the heating bill if you still use the conservatory during the Winter. Sadly, many people don't get to use the conservatory most of the year and it becomes a room that is hardly used except for storing things, which is not what it is designed for. A new conservatory can cost anywhere between £6,000 to over £10,000 depending on size and style, so why not get the best out of it by making sure its well insulated.

There are hundreds of thousands of older conservatories in the UK that are in desperate need of updating. Conservatory insulation is a government approved energy saving product. The system we fit for our customers also provides a maintenance free smooth finish, and this whole home improvement product can usually be fitted in just one or two days. There is no planning permission required and there is a 10 year guarantee on all materials and workmanship.

For more details about our conservatory roof insulation click Conservatory roof insulation specifications

Further reading:

Conservatory insulation: The benefits of conservatory roof insulation

Thermal guard insulation system

Multi Foil Quilt Conservatory Roof

Multi Foil Quilt Conservatory Roof with Thermal Guard

The CIS conservatory roof insulation system incorporates a high performance composite which consists of multiple layers of (A) grade reflective film and thermal webbing. This combination provides amazing insulation benefits. The CIS conservatory roof insulation process deals with all forms of heat transfer such as convection, conduction and radiation.

Our roof insulation system easily exceeds the performance of other conservatory roof insulation products that are available on the market today, and especially those available direct to the public. The materials we use are similar to those developed by NASA for use in space travel, and there is no better insulation material available.

When you consider that an untreated polycarbonate conservatory roof typically has a U-Value of 1.61w/m2k,  when fitting our conservatory roof insulation system with our Multi Quilt Thermal Guard insulation made to our specifications we can achieve a U-value of 0.15w/m2k which can even out-perform a new build tiled roof which is typically 0.35w/m2k.

The benefits of installing an insulation system such as this can be highly desirable. To find out more click the link below.

View the Benefits of an insulated conservatory roof

Thermal guard insulation