Blinds and Canopies in Honiton
25 High Street
Most people find their conservatories comfortable during spring and autumn and on bright sunny days during the winter. For the rest of the year however, virtually all conservatories suffer heating problems. In the summer the conservatory is too hot and in the winter it's too cold.
The energy of the summer sun beats down on the roof and, in penetrating the conservatory, causes internal temperatures that can rise to well over 100ºF. This can make your conservatory uninhabitable, roasting both you and your plants. Then in the winter temperatures can fall to near freezing!
Fortunately there is a complete and permanent cure to both extremes that can be used on either polycarbonate or glass conservatories.
Solar inserts are highly-reflective (but transparent), metallized strips of film inserted into the existing polycarbonate, conservatory roof. This internal barrier permanently minimises the amount of solar energy penetrating the conservatory and keeps it cooler.
Solar inserts prevent over 80 per cent of the sun's energy from entering the conservatory, resulting in a decrease of 30ºF or more in summer temperatures and the virtual elimination of glare. They have the added benefit of rejecting 98 per cent of the sun's UV rays, protecting fabrics and furnishings from fading.
The solar inserts also perform in winter, preventing up to 50 per cent of heat loss through the roof and all this is achieved without a significant loss in light.
Stopping the rays of the sun from ever actually entering the conservatory is the crucial element in effective summer temperature control. It is in this aspect that solar inserts succeed where internal roof blinds are bound to fail.
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