Polycarbonate sheets – which are the best for a conservatory?

There is a large range of polycarbonate sheets on the market today. Which is the best for use in a conservatory? What is the best polycarbonate sheet thickness? What is the best colour? In the next couple of blogs, I will give you all the information you need to make the right choice for your project. Today we will look at polycarbonate sheet colours.

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There is a large range of polycarbonate sheets on the market today. Which is the best for use in a conservatory? What is the best polycarbonate sheet thickness? What is the best colour? In the next couple of blogs, I will give you all the information you need to make the right choice for your project. Let’s start with polycarbonate sheet thickness.

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Cool your Conservatory 3

9 Jul 2019 16:06:01

One final note on getting the heat down in your conservatory in the summer months…. Don’t wait until the hit builds up to an unbearable point before you open your roof vents. Automate your vents….

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Conservatory Heat Problems 2

8 Jul 2019 09:04:40

Last week we looked at the use of roof vents to release some of that heat build-up in your conservatory helping you to be able to use the room in the hot summer months.

Today we will look at another solution in the form of glazing materials which can help you to cool your conservatory in summer and keep the heat in during the colder months. 

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As the weather heats up a lot of conservatories get too hot to spend time in! Many older conservatories are too hot in summer and too cold in winter stopping you from getting the full benefit from these lovely rooms. There are a number of things you can do to reduce the heat build up in your conservatory whether it be a new addition or an older existing one. In the next couple of days we will examine some options.

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Don't let your fish get frozen!

5 Feb 2019 15:51:30

Polycarbonate sheetingThe Glazing Shop offers a perfect solution to ponds freezing over during the coldest month of the year, February.  While temperatures plummet outside, ponds can become easily frozen, endangering the fish within.  With our polycarbonate sheets, you can stave off the worst of the cold and protect your fish easily and quickly.

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Ecoease Secondary Glazing

Start the New Year with a warmer, drier house!

As we move into the colder months of winter, it is often noticeable that more condensation occurs on windows, and older properties feel colder.  Much of this can be due to poorly-fitted windows, but often it is simple due to single glazing on character houses.  Ecoease secondary glazing can help!

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polcarbonate

Polycarbonate sheeting first became popular in the 1980’s when it started to replace corrugated PVC as the glazing material of choice.

Polycarbonate is shatterproof and virtually unbreakable making it far easier to install, safer and offering a longer life expectancy than PVC or Acrylic sheeting, especially when used on a roof.

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Get your home ready for Autumn

25 Sep 2017 15:37:42

Summer is over and Autumn is on its way, it’s getting colder (you’ve probably already turned the central heating on) and the days are getting shorter. Autumn brings with it falling leaves, fruit and debris from trees and this can cause problems if it is not addressed. Leaves can clog gutters and drainpipes leading to blockages, leaks and potentially water damage to your property.

Now is the time to prepare for the coming of Winter and one of the most important things that you need to look at is the management of rainwater on your property, in other words, gutters, drainpipes and outlets.

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