When conservatories are well built they look fantastic, from both an internal and external perspective. They provide you with a wealth of light and space and no matter the design, give you a number of options.
So what’s important is to keep the conservatory well maintained. By ensuring the conservatory is regularly cleaned you can avoid any major repairs and costs in the future.
Of course, because of the large number of glass panes the chances are dirt and grime will begin to accumulate, not to mention algae. If this is left for too long a number of problems can occur. For uPVC conservatories there can be discolouration, whilst corrosion could occur to metalwork and seals may begin to leak, damaging the efficiency.
Whether you have invested a lot of your own money into a brand new conservatory, or have inherited it as part of a property you’ve bought, it’s equally important to keep it in great condition.
By ensuring your conservatory is professionally cleaned:
- Keep it in excellent condition for many years to come
- Avoid the build-up of dirt, grime and algae
- Stop discolouration of your uPVC conservatory frames
- Prevent corrosion of any metalwork
- Ensure the efficiency of your conservatory and stop air leaks.
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Conservatory cleaning activity in August 2018
Conservatory cleaning Projects in the UK in August 2018
|July 2018||June / July|
|Yorkshire & Humber||309||76%|
|East Of England||265||-20%|
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Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy ranking depending on how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the data below. This ranges from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have less costly energy bills as more heat will probably be retained in the home. It is possible to increase your home's efficiency with insulation including double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.