Properly specified conservatory glazing should make your conservatory usable throughout the year
Conservatory glazing in a north facing conservatory should provide excellent insulation to reduce heat loss. Whilst conservatory glazing in a south facing conservatory should provide more protection from solar heat gain.
A detailed survey, together with an appreciation of your specific requirements for your new conservatory will determine the appropriate conservatory glazing for the conservatory windows and doors as well as the conservatory roof.
Efficient conservatory glazing is vital
Efficient conservatory glazing provided by ‘A’ rated conservatory windows and doors may reduce heat loss. This is probably more important in conservatories and orangeries as there is a greater area of glass than in the windows and doors of your home.
Energy efficient conservatory glazing in your conservatory roof will prevent rising heat from escaping during cold periods, whilst solar control glass can reduce solar heat gain on hot days.
Properly specified conservatory glazing is very important, as only by achieving effective heat insulation and protection against solar heat gain, can your new conservatory or orangery be considered to be truly usable throughout the year.