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Our CosyPanels® have many advantages over blinds. Since they are permanent, there is no pulling up or down throughout the day. They are zero maintenance and will not collect mildew, mould as blinds or insects, as blinds can. Owing to their advanced construction, our panels have better thermal and acoustic properties than blinds.

Except in a few cases, the installation will use your existing framework. CosyPanels® are quick to install and in most cases, installations will be completed in a single day. If you would like confirmation, book in a free technical assessment and we can make sure of the details for you.

Yes, our panels are specifically designed to resolve the majority of temperature related conservatory issues. The best way to make sure is to get a free site assessment, where we can discuss the exact issues you are having and make sure you get the best solution for you.

CosyPanels® are designed to be bright and reflective, enhancing the conservatories active light. The proportionate glazing in the conservatory remains very high, ensuring that you maximise all of the available natural light. We can design hybrid roofs, keeping glass or polycarbonate sections of the roof to allow you to view the sky should you desire.

We supply CosyPanels® direct from Germany. When compared to alternative Insulated roofing systems, We are confident that our direct prices will leave you feeling happy with your choice. See what our Video Testimonials have to say.

We have videos and FAQ documents showing you how you can correctly specify what you need for your own situation. However, we would be delighted to offer you a free technical assessment, where we can confirm the details quickly and precisely.

When comparing with polycarbonate roof panels, CosyPanels® offers excellent acoustic deadening. CosyPanels® will help reduce sound issues. Please do get in touch to arrange a technical assessment, where we will be able to make sure that you get a solution that resolves sound problems you maybe experiencing.

Yes sure, we have selected a few case studies showing how our conservatory roof insulation expertise has made a real difference to our clients’ home life.

Several factors can influence the cost of conservatory roof insulation, including the size and shape of the conservatory, the type of insulation material used, accessibility, and whether any additional remedial work is required (such as fixing leaks or replacing parts of the roof). Custom features, listed status of a property or non-standard roof shapes may also increase the cost.

The Green Homes Grant scheme closed on 16 May 2023. It’s not known if there will be any follow-up schemes set up by the Government. Even if a new scheme is set up in the future, it’s unlikely conservatory roof insulation will be eligible for vouchers because in majority of cases, a conservatory is not included in EPC ratings.

Yes, you can request a free no-obligation quote from one of our professionals by visiting this page.

Yes, we can offer you a convenient way to spread payments with an APR of 7.9%. Check a finance example here.

Yes, there are DIY conservatory roof insulation options. Insulation kits, foam boards or reflective materials are available from DIY stores. Please note that DIY options may not be as effective or durable as professional installations, and there may be risks involved in the process ranging from health and safety issues to structural damage to conservatories.

Conservatory roof insulation can provide long-term savings by improving energy efficiency and reducing heating and cooling costs. Proper insulation helps maintain a more consistent temperature, making your conservatory more comfortable year-round. Over time, these energy savings can offset the initial cost of insulation.