How do I cool my conservatory?
- Put up blinds.
- Add a conservatory cooling film to glass.
- Install air conditioning.
- Soft and light furnishings.
- Increase ventilation.
- Replace conservatory roof.
Similarly, you may ask, how do I stop my conservatory from overheating?
Retrofit window film to glazed surfaces Applied directly to the glass, specialised solar control window film can help to dramatically reduce overheating in conservatories. It can also help in reducing glare and provide UV protection that protects furniture and furnishings from fading.
Subsequently, question is, do conservatory blinds reduce heat? Whilst conservatory blinds provide protection against glare, they do not combat summer heat build up. The hot air will naturally travel to the lower cooler air in the conservatory and rather than reducing excessive heat in conservatories it will increase room temperatures.
Besides, do conservatories get too hot?
For a conservatory that's too hot in the summer, the roof is the contributing factor rather than the windows and doors. Poorly insulated glazing materials make old conservatories challenging to insulate and regulate the temperature.
What are the best type of blinds for a conservatory?
The three most popular styles of blinds for conservatories are Vertical Blinds, Roller Blinds and Pleated Blinds. All three styles of blinds are available in 3 types, Standard, Reflective Backed and Blackout. Standard Fabrics: If you would like to keep your light and bright then the standard fabric is a great choice.