A conservatory is a fantastic way to extend your house with the minimum fuss. No planning permission is needed in most cases, and a conservatory is such a versatile and easy to use space it is something that can be adapted as your family changes. The possibilities for use of a conservatory are plentiful – a snug, a playroom or a dining room are a few popular uses for a conservatory.
One of the problems that people do sometimes experience with a conservatory however, particularly an older one that has come with a house that they have bought that was installed years ago is the temperature regulation. Often in the winter it can be a challenging room to heat.
Nowadays however there are a lot of options for heating a conservatory and there is no reason that your conservatory can’t be as warm as the rest of the house in the winter months. A popular way to heat the conservatory in the winter is with underfloor heating – make sure that you find a reputable company like this electric underfloor heating Gloucestershire based company Parsons Flooring to install it.
Alternatively, you can add radiators to the room on the walls. However, if you wish to connect them to the central heating in the house you will need buildings regulations approval. You can get around this by using one of the electric oil filled radiators which incredibly effective and many also come with Bluetooth so you can control them via your phone – perfect for warming the room up before you arrive home from work!