Maintenance Tips for Your Conservatory30th of April, 2020
Conservatories are a stunning addition to your home to enjoy all year around. Great for summer, you can enjoy the warmth of this season from the comfort of your own home. Maintaining and caring for your conservatory not only helps to expand its lifespan, but also keeps it looking brand new.
While we're stuck in lockdown, here's how to keep a tidy conservatory.
Keep on Top of Your Cleaning
Like most of the rooms in your home, dust can easily build up, which is why it is important to keep on top of your cleaning. This will help your conservatory look as good as new. Take the time to clean the inside and outside of your windows regularly throughout the year.
This not only keeps your space looking tidy, it also helps you look for any signs of damage which can impact the efficiency of your windows.
Keep Your Conservatory Heated
Keeping it heated is great for preventing any forms of mould or damp appearing and building up. Even on the days you are not using your conservatory, it’s important to remember to keep the space heated to keep it looking fresh and clean.
Don’t Forget the Gutters and Drains
It’s equally important to regularly check and clean the gutters and drains of your conservatory to keep it clean. Over time, leaves, rubbish and debris can build up which can block the drains if left uncleaned. A little cleaning can go a long way when maintaining your conservatory.
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From the first contact, their designers will talk through the full process, from planning through to design and build.
If you’re looking at adding a conservatory to your home, they can help. If you would like to find out more about their products and services – simply get in touch with them today and their friendly, qualified staff will be happy to help.