Once you have had your insulation system installed, it is important to choose a finish that suits your needs. At Conservatory Transformations, in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, we offer both plaster and UPVC conservatory insulation ceilings which will help to maintain a steady temperature inside your conservatory. The UPVC ceiling really is a sound investment, as you will see significant savings on your energy bills and enjoy a living space that is comfortable all year round.
For those who wish to ease the temperature issues they experience with their existing conservatory roof, a UPVC ceiling is a wise choice. The panelled interior ceiling will be installed inside your existing conservatory roof, covering the insulation from the interior of the room. UPVC panels help to decrease fluctuation in temperature caused by seasonal weather changes, meaning in winter it retains heat, keeping the room warm, but in the summer months it will stop heat building up, keeping the room cool. UPVC not only helps to regulate the heat of the room, but it is also a virtually maintenance-free material that should not need much attention after installation.
As they are manufactured with a bespoke, tailored design, our UPVC and plaster ceilings are capable of fitting all types of conservatories. Additionally, in some cases, the installation can be reshaped to fit a new roof design, including having the framework manipulated. Alongside a new polycarbonate or tiled roof, the UPVC ceiling will breathe new life into your old structure.