Keeping Your Conservatory Cool This Summer?

Are you Keeping Your Conservatory Cool This Summer? If the answer is no – we suggest you act now.

With temperatures set to rise over the Summer months, what can you do to keep your conservatory cooler?


Insulating your conservatory roof is the most effective way to keep it cooler in warm weather and warmer in cold weather.

This blog will investigate the Benefits of Insulation and How Simple it is to Install it yourself.

An uninsulated conservatory

SuperQuilt Insulation

In Summer SuperQuilt insulation effectively reflects away unwanted heat, therefore creating a more ambient temperature in your home. Reducing the need for artificial cooling systems and therefore preventing uncomfortable heat build-up in your Conservatory.

SuperQuilt consists of 19 layers of True Aluminium and Recycled Wadding and also has a built in Vapour Control Layer when fully taped and sealed using ThermaSeal Foil Joining Tape. It is the World’s Highest Performing certificated on the market. The product is designed to Insulate Roofs, Walls, Floors and Conservatories in less space, time and cost compared to traditional Rigid Board materials like Kingspan.

Why Choose SuperQuilt for Conservatory Roof Insulation?

  • Reflects excess heat out during Summer.
  • Retains heat in during winter.
  • No protective clothing/handling required.
  • SuperQuilt is BBA & BDA Certified, approved by NHBC & LABC for Building Control.
  • 19 Layers, 40mm thick, 7mm when compressed.
  • Flexible and Easy to Install

SuperQuilt Conservatory Kit

Using our SuperQuilt Conservatory Kit is the simplest way to insulate your conservatory roof. The kit is available in 2 different sizes.

Our Kit features…

  • SuperQuilt Multifoil Insulation 1.5m x 10m (15m²) or x2 1.5m x 10m (30m²)
  • True Aluminium Thermaseal Foil Joining Tape 75mm x 50m
  • Heavy Duty Staple Gun
  • 5000 x 14mm Staples
  • 200 x FastFix Conservatory Screws 4.8mm x 50mm

How to Install SuperQuilt

Step 1. Install 25mm deep timber battens onto the UPVC beams. These are screwed onto the beams using 50mm FastFix Conservatory Screws (supplied in the Kit)

Initial Batten Installation

Step 2. Next, staple the insulation directly onto the battens at 300mm intervals. Ensure all Insulation joints are overlapped by a minimum of 50mm. Ensure overlaps are fully taped and sealed using Thermaseal Foil Joining Tape. Both the Thermaseal Foil Joining Tape and the Staple Gun Kit are supplied in the Kit.

Initial Stapling of Insulation

Fully Taped & Sealed using Foil Joining Tape

Step 3. Once the Insulation products are fully taped, sealed, and overlapped, proceed with installing 25mm deep counter battens. Ensure battens are also installed around the perimeter for your internal boarding.

Secondary Batten Installation

Step 4. Plasterboard or Plastic Cladding can be installed as the internal layer. The plasterboard is then screwed into the battens in the usual manner. We would recommend using a 9mm Plasterboard as this will keep the weight down.

Beginning to board

Fully Boarded Conservatory Roof

Step 5. Finally, finish with plaster and then paint. It is then time to enjoy your revived Conservatory all year round! The conservatory will stay cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter, and also significantly reduce rain noise.

Painting after Plastering


Before & After Insulation…

Before the insulation was installed

After Ecoquilt Expert Insulation was installed

We also recommend using the ThermaFrost Tint Kit if you are insulating a glass conservatory roof. The purpose of a tint is to reduce the UV rays from accessing the cavity between the glass and the reflective foil. This also looks more aesthetically pleasing as you will not see the outer layers of the multifoil through the glass above.

So ask yourself, is your Conservatory currently cool enough to use? If not, it’s time to Insulate it now!

Buy our SuperQuilt Conservatory Roof Kit – Here