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Conservatory windows are an excellent way to improve your living space. With their ability to let in natural light and views of the outdoors, conservatory windows can transform your home into a modern masterpiece.

Conservatory window ideas & options

When it comes to customising your conservatory, it’s important to think about the type of windows for your needs. 

Whether your main aim is to let in as much natural light as possible, match your window frames to your home exterior, or improve energy-efficiency, there are plenty of options to choose from. 

Here are some ideas for conservatory windows available at ConservatoryLand:

  • Full-height glass – Make the most of your conservatory space with full-height glazing to enhance natural light and views of the outdoors. 
  • Dwarf-Wall – Acts as a barrier between the ground and windows. They are high enough to offer privacy but low enough to let in plenty of natural light.
  • Solid bottom panel – Similar to a Dwarf-Wall, the bottom panel allows both natural light through the windows and privacy while seamlessly matching with the uPVC framing. 
  • Frames all round – Creates a unified look that can compliment your home exterior while allowing plenty of natural light into your home.
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The benefits of energy-efficient conservatory windows

Our energy-efficient conservatory glass offers several advantages that can significantly enhance your living space and your overall quality of life. These include:

  • Greater insulation than standard double glazing.
  • Higher-insulating spacer bars improve thermal performance and reduce condensation.
  • Help maintain lower heating bills.
  • Investing in energy-efficient features like windows can increase the resale value of your home.

How energy-efficient glass works

Thanks to a thermal and transparent coating typically applied to the inner pane of the double-glazing unit, less heat escapes through your conservatory windows than it would with ordinary glass. Sunrays can pass through the energy-efficient double glazing, while heat from fires or radiators — that would otherwise escape through standard double glazing — is reflected back into your conservatory.

U-values are used to measure energy efficiency and determine how well glass prevents heat loss, indicating the material’s thermal performance. The lower the U-value, the better the glass is at preventing heat loss.

Our energy-efficient glazing provides even more thermal efficiency than standard double-glazing units. With our energy-efficient glass, you can enjoy comfortable temperatures all year round and greater heat retention during the winter months when compared to standard double-glazing units.

The above values are based on 4mm glass thickness and are determined in accordance with the requirements of BS EN673: 1998 for ‘normal’ exposure conditions. U-values are rounded to the nearest 0.1 W/m3K.

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Double Glazing Unit SpecificationU Value (W/m2K)
Standard Double Glazing Units2.8
Energy Efficient Double Glazed Units1.2

Glass conservatory windows from ConservatoryLand

We promote cost-effective installations and are proud to offer energy-efficient double glazing to meet your specifications at an affordable price.

Want to know exactly how much your conservatory might cost? Using our quote engine, you can design your conservatory by selecting the size, style and other customisation options. From glazing to frames, choose your preferences directly in our tool — it only takes a few minutes to complete.

For more inspiration, download a free brochure to explore the range of conservatory styles and customisation options we offer.

Design your own dream conservatory

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