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Frequently Asked Questions

Read out Frequently Asked Questions About Conservatory Insulation to find out more about our services. We offer insulated conservatory roof panels installation throughout the UK.

You can use insulated conservatory roof panels to provide energy-efficient insulation far superior to your existing roofing. Roof panels are curated from lightweight aluminium, slotted with insulation that can prevent the sun's heat from penetrating your conservatory during the summer and are perfect for retaining heat in the colder months. Insulated panels ensure your conservatory space is livable in every season. 

Well-insulated homes and properties are typically more environmentally friendly due to their energy efficiency. By installing insulation, you'll find yourself reducing the use of your energy-heating systems, which ultimately reduces your home's carbon footprint and the costs of your energy bills. Homeowners can ensure their walls, windows, flooring and roofing space are well-insulated, which is how they are experimenting with insulation. The roof of your conservatory is where the heat transfer is situated, which is why it can provide the entire space with many advantages. 

  • You'll successfully reduce the roof's heat loss, which reduces the cost of your heating bills. 
  • Insulated roofs can reduce rain and hailstorm noises atop your conservatory roofing. 
  • Your conservatory living space will feel pleasant and cool in the summer and warmer throughout winter. 
  • Insulation panels are lightweight and can be easily slotted into your pre-existing roof structure. 

It is entirely worth it to insulate your conservatory roof as this is the most efficient way to ensure your home is cool and pleasant to enjoy in the summertime and warmer to enjoy in the winter. Conservatory roof insulation ensures your room is comfortable to enjoy throughout all seasons. 

Insulating your conservatory roofing or room does work, providing you and your household with plenty of significant benefits for the glass, polycarbonate or other materials that your current conservatory is made of. Thermotec roof panels are one of the most effective solutions for conservatory insulation, alongside underfloor insulation, as heat rises.

You can achieve the proper insulation for your conservatory roof and flooring, enabling you and your household to relax comfortably and enjoy the atmosphere. There are numerous aspects of your conservatory that you can choose to insulate and various options of insulation, such as the following:

  • Solar Control Film
  • Thermal Wadding and Aluminium Foil
  • Ceiling Blinds

In recent years, there have been schemes, such as the Green Homes Grant, that have been introduced to help home and property owners across England improve their energy efficiency. It was initially designed to cut down energy bills and provide local trades with plenty of jobs to help participate.

The UK has a target for 2050 to achieve zero carbon emissions, and the Green Homes Grant Scheme is an efficient step towards that goal, even though it has yet to be available to those in Wales, Scotland or Ireland. Suppose your home is already partially insulated; you cannot use the grant to replace or remove any existing insulation. Yet, you may use the grant to enhance the insulation of the existing parts. The grant will enable you to insulate the following aspects of your conservatory or property:

  • Internal and External Solid Walls
  • Cavity Walls
  • Lofts
  • Flat Roofs
  • Underfloor
  • Lofts
  • Pitched Roofs
  • Rooms in Roofs

The short answer is your conservatory roof. During the wintertime, your roofing system will allow far too much heat to escape; heat rises, and if your conservatory doesn't have insulation panels present in its roof, the heat will begin to transfer outside. Once heat begins to transfer, it will leave your conservatories and any rooms close by incredibly chilly, causing you to crank up the central heating and leave it on for too long, rapidly increasing your heating bills. 

Regular cleaning ensures your conservatory's materials and structural integrity can last a lifetime. Much like any property feature, the more maintenance you provide, the more advanced the lifespan will be. You'll find that glass-roofed and polycarbonate-roofed rooms can last approximately 20 years with efficient servicing and cleaning.

On the other hand, if you choose to opt for more solid materials, for example, tiling, your conservatory offers 50 years of good use. We highly recommend investing in double-glazed room space so that you can enjoy your conservatory for far longer than expected. 

It can sometimes be challenging to ensure your conservatory stays warm throughout the winter; however, we can help offer tips on how to do so.Firstly, if you have the budget, you can have your glass replaced. It is pretty expensive to do so, so we recommend only investing in a reinstallment if you regularly use your conservatory room.

If so, do plenty of research to investigate the costs. However, those with older rooms or extensions may benefit massively from a glass upgrade. Suppose you intend to build a brand-new conservatory space for your household or property; one of the fundamental ways to ensure your conservatory doesn't lose heat through draughts is by ensuring a professional installer fits it. Poor workmanship can result in seals and bad joints that lead to cracks that let in cold air.

Another way to fight against the cold inside your conservatory is the same as any other room; by investing in cosy, thick furniture, large rugs, throws and blankets that will take off the icy edge. Especially if the installed furniture in your conservatory room, such as chairs and sofas, is made of leather material, which is often cold to the touch, it is wise to include blankets and throws for a feeling of warmth. You can also combat the cold in your conservatory; you may want deep-pile carpets or underlay floor heating fitted.

In doing so, you'll also find it will keep costs on your energy bills down. If your conservatory is much older, it is more likely to be made of polycarbonate, a type of plastic material lacking insulating properties. It is partially the reasoning behind the suspiciously lowering temperature of your room. It can be expensive to replace your roofing with brand-new insulated ones; however, it is well worth the effort, time and money in the long run. 

You'll find that you can have conservatory roof panels that are insulated to allow-in warmth and deflect harsh sunlight in the summertime, alongside preventing the warmth from escaping and the cold air from entering during the winter. 

Such insulated panels are the ideal solution to the struggles of your conservatory becoming too hot or too cold in the opposing season. Replacing your pre-existing glass or polycarbonate roofing systems with solid, waterproof panels is one of the best ways to keep your conservatory warm and cool enough for the appropriate climate. 

There are so many ways you can successfully reduce condensation throughout your conservatory in the winter.

One of the most significant ways to prevent condensation in your conservatory is by ensuring the room is ventilated. You want to leave the windows ajar while keeping the room slightly warm.  Next, avoiding overcrowding your conservatory with multiple plants is best, as they often create plenty of condensation build-up: purchase window sills, carpets and curtains made of materials that can soak up excess moisture.  Suppose your conservatory's temperature isn't performing as it should; making the aforementioned changes may not have as significant an impact.

Gaps in doors, roofs and windows may allow draughts in, therefore failing to provide the ideal thermal energy and efficiency levels. Consider a redesign of the components that make up your conservatory.

The best and most effective conservatory insulation is Thermotec Insulated Panels. Such panels have been creatively designed with all requirements and considerations in mind; they account for noise, light, weight, insulating properties and strength. Insulated Thermotec is incredibly durable but lightweight enough to withstand accidents and bad weather conditions without resulting in damage.  

Insulated roof panels are a quick and effective method of improving the insulation in your conservatory. The insulated panels directly replace your old panels, meaning the installation is both simple and fast. Solid insulated conservatory roof panels are an effective option for those who need to insulate their conservatory and don't want to mess around with timely, potentially even disruptive methods, such as under-cladding or tiles.

Conservatories often get too cold during the winter as non-insulated conservatory roof panels struggle to keep heat inside the room. By using fully insulated roof panels, your conservatory will stay comfortably warm throughout the colder months, as the flow of heat is restricted by the effective insulation materials.

Many conservatories suffer from overwhelming heat as the existing roof panels allow for a 'greenhouse effect' to occur inside the room. The heat from the sun becomes easily trapped in the enclosed space of the conservatory, making the room too hot to bear. Insulated roof panels restrict heat flow through the roof, keeping much of the sun's heat out and allowing you to enjoy a comfortable, warm room.

Insulated roof panels come with numerous benefits such as: 

  • Panels are waterproof and scratch-resistant 
  • Reduced heat loss by up to 70% 
  • Reduced furniture fading and glare 
  • Reduced rain noise 
  • Compliments the room

We are based in Paignton, Devon although we provide insulation products across the UK and throughout Northern Ireland. 

We provide a direct drop-in replacement for your existing polycarbonate or glass panels.  Whether completed by one of our installer network partners or DIY installation typically  takes  only one day.

The thermal performance of insulated conservatory roof panels is significantly better than alternative insulation solutions. Dependent on the thickness the panels can reduce heat loss through the roof by 50-70% and cut out a large portion of solar gain.

Our insulated roofing panels are made to specific thicknesses 10mm to 100mm thick, and the materials used are specially made to last. We are so confident in the quality of our panels that we offer a 10-year guarantee.

Your conservatory can be a nightmare during bad weather due to poor quality or non-existent soundproofing. Whenever it rains, the irritating noise of rain on your roof can prevent you from enjoying your conservatory. Our panels can feature an optional acoustic layer to further reduce rain noise, allowing you to enjoy conversations, watch TV, or read a book in peace.

By replacing your existing conservatory roof panels with insulated ones, you can cure many common conservatory problems. The main problem that insulated panels solve is room temperature. Your conservatory will no longer be unbearably hot during the summer or extremely cold during winter. Additionally you will have a brand new waterproof roof

  • Composite solid panels with Stadurlon skins
  • Extruded polystyrene foam insulation (XPS) core
  • Simple white skin panels 
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer 
  • Overall panel thickness 10mm - 100mm 
  • Skin thicknesses 1.3mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm 
  • Panel sizes 4000 x 2000, 3500 x 2200, 3000 x 2000, 2000 x 1000, 3000 x 1500 (others on request)
  • Composite panels with 0.72mm aluminium skins 
  • Extruded polystyrene foam insulation (XPS) core
  • White with darker colours available for the top and/or bottom skins (Graphite Grey, Cream or Copper Brown) 
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer 
  • Overall panel thickness 10mm - 100mm 
  • Panel width: 1200mm 
  • Panel length: 3000mm, 4000mm, 5000mm, 6000mm, 7000mm, 7500mm
  • Composite panels with 0.72mm aluminium skins
  • White with darker colours available for the top and/or bottom skins (Graphite Grey, Cream or Copper Brown) .
  • Easy to clean smooth flat roof (no troughs, no capping rails)
  • A continuous thickness of insulation across the whole roof
  • Panels span from house to front of lean-to conservatory with no support bars required
  • Grooved profiled long edges for T&G joint system
  • Overall panel thickness. Between 52mm - 100mm 
  • Panel width: 1200mm  
  • Panel length: 3000mm, 4000mm. Special longer lengths available on request
  • Optional 3mm acoustic layer (Stadur Top Phon) 
  • Separate waterproof panel tongue section

Yes, it is indeed beneficial to invest in conservatory insulation. This upgrade significantly enhances the comfort of your conservatory, making it a cosy space in winter and a cool, pleasant haven in the summer months. A well-insulated room retains more heat and thus reduces the reliance on central heating systems, resulting in lower energy usage and bringing your energy bills down.

The initial investment in insulation can feel considerable; however, the potential savings on energy costs usually ensure you recoup your investment over time. Moreover, insulation provides the added benefits of reducing noise, and minimising those disturbing sounds from outside, and it also acts to decrease condensation, enhancing the overall usability and enjoyment of your conservatory. These many benefits make it a very worthwhile investment.

Indeed, you can purchase insulated conservatory roof panels. Numerous companies, like CorePro Systems, offer high-quality insulated panels to fit various conservatory styles and sizes. These panels are designed to significantly improve the thermal efficiency of your conservatory. They decrease heat loss in winter and prevent overheating in summer, thus providing a comfortable and usable space all year round.

Insulated conservatory roofs can significantly resolve condensation issues. The reason is insulation assists in maintaining a stable temperature within the conservatory. It acts as a barrier, controlling the interaction of cold and warm air, which often leads to the formation of condensation. 

Therefore, condensation problems that persistently plague your conservatory can be tackled by professionals installing proper insulation efficiently. You may consider contacting a certified professional from CorePro Systems for advice and installation assistance. They will guide you on the best-suited insulation material for your conservatory to ensure optimal results.

If you are considering replacing your conservatory roof, under certain circumstances, a grant might be available to assist you with the expense. Presently, multiple government schemes are operational in the UK, specifically aimed at aiding homeowners to implement improvements that increase energy efficiency. 

Nevertheless, please remember that these grants are subject to strict eligibility conditions, which can differ from scheme to scheme. Thus, it is highly advised to carry out comprehensive research or seek the advice of experts. Companies like CorePro Systems can offer valuable guidance regarding this. They possess in-depth knowledge, allowing you to navigate the process with confidence.

Selecting the ideal insulation for a conservatory roof can feel like a daunting task, but it needn't be if you consider key factors such as thermal efficiency, acoustic properties, longevity, and the cost of installation. Thermal efficiency determines how well the insulation can maintain a comfortable temperature, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer. Acoustic properties refer to how the insulation can minimise the noise, providing a peaceful environment. 

Durability measures how long the insulation can last without losing its efficiency, and the installation cost is the amount you will need to spend to get the insulation installed properly. Among the numerous options available, multi-layered foil insulation is often considered the best choice. This popularity is due to its unmatched thermal performance, rendering it highly effective at maintaining a stable, desirable temperature. 

Equally, it's commended for its superior sound reduction capabilities. Indeed, these attributes combined make it an excellent choice for many people. Yet, it's crucial to remember that the best insulation for your conservatory roof is not a one-size-fits-all concept. The most appropriate choice for you will vary based on your personalised requirements and the budget you have in place. Therefore, it is fundamental to assess your specific needs and financial situation before making a decision.

The cost of insulated conservatory roof panels can vary based on several factors such as the size, shape, and design of your conservatory, the quality of the panels, and labour charges. On average, you might expect to pay between £3,000 and £5,000. For an accurate quote based on your specific conservatory, you may contact CorePro Systems.

Usually, under UK law, the addition of a roof to a conservatory is classified as 'permitted development', meaning that you generally won't have to get planning permission. Nevertheless, there are particular circumstances where you might need to seek planning permission. These include situations where your conservatory goes beyond a certain size or if your home is either a listed building or located within a conservation area.

In those cases, it is mandated that you inquire with your local authorities for any special requirements or permissions needed to stay within the law. It's always better to check in advance to avoid complications later. 

Insulation in your conservatory comes with an abundance of advantages. A significant one is the improvement of your conservatory's thermal efficiency. This creates a cosier and more pleasant environment no matter the season. During wintertime, insulation aids in maintaining warmth by preventing heat loss.

Similarly, when summer comes around, it helps to bounce back the intense solar heat. This regulation of temperature has another satisfying benefit: it can substantially cut your energy bills. That's because you'll need to use less heating in winter and less cooling in summer.

Furthermore, insulation serves to reduce unwanted condensation, which can lead to dampness and mould. Another overlooked advantage of insulation is its ability to lessen noise pollution. So, you can enjoy a quiet and serene atmosphere in your conservatory, free from the disturbance of external sounds.  

Insulating your conservatory roof can significantly save heat, up to 70-80% to some estimates. An insulated roof can prevent most of the heat from escaping during colder months, and deflect solar heat in hotter months, maintaining a comfortable temperature in your conservatory year-round.

Yes, conservatory insulation can potentially add value to your home. An insulated conservatory becomes a comfortable space usable all year round, which would be a desirable feature for any prospective homebuyer. Moreover, it's energy-efficient, appealing to those looking to reduce their environmental impact and cut energy costs. Thus, it could increase your property's overall value.

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