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- Make a cosy environment in your conservatory and help to avoid the outside chill. Light some scented candles and let the small flames help to create extra heat! Cover some of the furniture with throws and blankets to make a comfortable seating area that also helps to insulate.
- There are also Roof Insulation Kits for your conservatory that can be purchased that will help to keep the winters warm and the summer cool. These can be found online and include a multi foil material designed to reflect the sunshine in summer and protection from the elements in winter.
- Draught excluders may do the job in your home but you can also get your hands on PVC Door Seals. These can be fitted to the bottom of troublesome doors that really do not exclude draught. They are simple and pretty cost effective although they are not always easy on the eye.
- If the door seals don’t take your fancy you also have an option of Storm Guard Adhesive Weather Strips/Tape. This self-adhesive strip is designed to help to insulate and is used for door and window sealing. This can be picked up from most DIY stores and is hidden away between seals so it will not interfere with your Christmas décor.
- Carpeting the wooden or concrete floors is a great way to insulate the room itself. If you aren’t able to lay carpet then throws, rugs and the like are very useful.