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.

Today we will look at conservatory ventilation.

The cheapest and easiest solution is to add a conservatory roof vent which allows you to let some of the heat eascape through your roof. These roof vents are available for glass and polycarbonate roofs and can be added to new or existing conservatory roofs. The Glazing shop offers vents in a range of colours which suit a variety of glazing materials and thicknesses. They are bar to bar vents which means they fit tight to your glazing bars rather than being fitted within the sheets themselves to prevent leaks.

This type of roof ventilation can be manually or automatically operated and you can get 10% all roof vent accesories from the Glazing shop throughout the hot summer months.