Make the most of your conservatoryPosted on - October 14, 2020
Do you have a conservatory?
Does it feel a bit too cold in the winter?
Does it suffer from glare when the sun shines?
Does it get too hot in the summer?
Did you know we can fix that?
Well – we can.
It’s too cold.
All that glass can make it a hard place to keep warm during the winter months. It’s maybe sunny enough, but not any real heat yet – making the place a bit of a no go zone.
It’s too bright.
The glare hurts your eyes, reflects off everything and there’s no way you can watch TV or use a computer. In many ways this can be even worse in the winter months when the sun is low in the sky.
AND the strong UV rays you get in summer can cause havoc – damaging soft furnishings, art, flooring and expensive fabrics.
It’s too hot.
Conversely, when the sun does finally come out, the glass in your ‘garden room’ amplifies its’ heat – making your lovely conservatory stuffy, unpleasant and uncomfortable. You can’t enjoy your afternoon tea because you’re sweltering.
It’s too much.
But – don’t despair.
Durable have a solution.
Protecting you whatever the weather…
Your windows present a massive problem when it comes to temperature control.
Even if your heating is off the dial — chances are you’re losing shed-loads of heat through the glass — even if you have double-glazing.
AND the winter loves those big areas of cold glass, permeating through constantly, with anyone sitting or working near a window or glazed area suffering additional discomfort and icy unpleasantness.
It’s no joke.
Yet — it’s easily and cost effectively fixed by the simple installation of hitech Thinsulate® Climate Control Window Film from 3M.
Thinsulate® gives you all these benefits:
– Turns your single pane windows into double pane; turns your double pane windows into triple pane
– Increases the insulation performance of your windows by 40%
– Helps retain warmth during the winter and cool air during the summer
– Increases energy efficiency and savings all-year round
– Virtually invisible-does not impact window aesthetics
– Easier and more cost effective than replacing your windows with low-e windows
Insulate your windows at a fraction of the cost of replacing them.
Whether you’re cold in the conservatory — or hot in the office — 3M Thinsulate Climate Control Window Film is the solution.
Solar Control Window Film
With window film you can not only cut out the heat by up to 70% – but also reduce the glare. And it’s relatively economical to install, with little disruption or impact on the existing room.
Hi-Tech Window Film, professionally installed, prevents the transference of heat through your glass so stops the room heating up in the first place. You don’t need to cool it down — it’s pleasant enough already J
You can use the room perfectly as intended. And its not just the spring and summer months that benefit. Window film can help to insulate too. Just as the sun’s heat is kept outside – the heat that is in the room stays in — meaning you should be able to use the room for much more of the year and even in the winter too — without having to put the heating on.
Window film protects your curtains, carpets, soft furnishings and artwork from the suns damaging rays. This is a real bonus. You’d be amazed at how
So – don’t suffer – call us!
Be like Michael
Michael from Cornwall called us.
He had exactly these kinds of issues with his conservatory.
Hey Presto! In no time at all we’d sorted him a quote, installed the film, fixed the problems and still had time for tea.
Michael was pretty chuffed.
He even had nice things to say about our Kevin…
If you have heat and glare issues with your windows or doors, or you need added security, safety or privacy to glazed areas of your home, want to keep cool in the conservatory or insulate your garden room against winter blues — Durable have the answer.
Durable have nearly 50 years of experience in dealing with glass.
We are the oldest window film company in Europe.
We are an authority on glass issues, trusted by the likes of the MoD, English Heritage, National Trust and more.