Why not make 2015 the year that you finally sort out any issues with your conservatory?
Conservatories are traditionally one of our favourite rooms in a house, but sadly they can also be some of the most difficult to maintain.
Whether yours is in need of a good clean, new PVC filler, or just the usual temperature control (which is one of the most common problems with conservatories), there are lots of issues that go hand in hand with conservatory ownership.
And the bigger the conservatory, the more difficult it is to keep a steady temperature within those four walls. Don’t worry though, because here are Thomas Sanderson’s three top upgrades for your conservatory in 2015.
1) Roof blinds
These are one of the best investments that you can make for your conservatory, and they are beneficial during all of the seasons, but especially noticeable in winter.
Conservatory roof blinds are the answer to all of the temperature problems that conservatories are notorious for – freezing in the winter and boiling in the summer.
Especially if you have a glass roof, many find that in cold weather their conservatory is not much warmer than the outdoors!
And it’s not just in the winter time that roof blinds can prove invaluable, they can also be really effective at regulating the temperature in the summer. Their specific design prevents the room from becoming too strong and stifling in the summer, which is a pet peeve for conservatory owners.
Invest today in some roof blinds – the economic answer to all of your problems regarding temperature within your conservatory.
2) Conservatory Valeting
If there are repairs to be done, now is the perfect time. Your conservatory is one of the rooms in your home that needs basic maintenance, otherwise you may find that expensive problems develop.
Don’t forget to check for any leaks, mould or condensation to make sure that your room is still completely airtight before you put your new roof blinds up.
Alternatively you could employ some experts to do it for you. They’ll make sure that the upmost care and attention is given to your conservatory, and that it is in perfect condition to put up those lovely new blinds!
3) Duette Blinds
Installing Duette Window Blinds is one of the best options you can pick for a conservatory, because it is sure to keep the room cosy and warm.
Duette blinds will do more than keeping you toasty, they can also help to remove damp and condensation, which are two other common conservatory complaints.
A well-looked after conservatory can be a big asset to your home and will raise the value of your property.
Don’t forget that all Thomas Sanderson products come with over twenty years’ expertise and are handmade in Britain. All of our Duette blinds are also guaranteed for at least five years, with conservatory blinds arriving with a 10-year Buy Back promise and Lasting Care service option.
Why not contact Thomas Sanderson today to see what fantastic limited-time offers they have available to you?