Climate controlled windows. What are they? At Croft Conservatories Preston we often hear customers say that conservatories can be too hot in summer and too cold in winter. This may have been the case many years ago but at Croft Conservatories we only use the very best climate controlled windows and latest technology to ensure that our customers conservatories and orangeries are perfect for all year round use.
The glass we use in our conservatories and orangeries take advantage of the very latest technology to maximise energy efficiency in cold weather and keeps out more than 2/3 of heat gain in the summer months, to ensure that you have a controllable environment inside your home all year round.
The glass we use offers comfort and energy savings and can reduce the cost of heating your home considerably over less sophisticated alternatives. In winter, our glazing improves comfort inside by minimizing the “cold wall” problem of historic conservatories. In summer, the technology reduces heat gained from the sun while allowing a high level of natural light to come in, unlike a traditional extension.
Our specialised glass combines thermal insulation with solar protection in a way that many of our customers cannot believe until they have a Croft conservatory installed. Especially if they are replacing an out of date one.
Why settle for anything less when Croft Conservatories can meet your energy, aesthetic and extra space needs? We pride ourselves on offering a bespoke service to all our customers so we will recommend the best glazing options for your particular needs. Do you need more light, less glare, more connection to the outside or a space that feels more like a cosy extension to the home? Whatever your needs, Croft’s expert craftsmanship that has been handed down from generation to generation will ensure that you and your home are in safe hands.
Call into our Preston conservatory showroom to take a look round or give us a call to arrange an appointment. One thing is for sure, energy efficiency should not be a problem when choosing a conservatory from Croft.