Your Conservatory, it is a south-facing? When the sun shines; it gets too hot. There are solutions - install a solar roof to your conservatory
25mm Athermic Solar Heat Control Polycarbonate Sheets can keep your conservatory cooler. They are a solar heat guard the opal polycarbonate roof sheet that reduces UV rays by up to 50%
Solar control polycarbonate sheet at 25mm thick this athermic sheeting reduces the heat from the sun in the summer months. This sheet is handy and worth the extra expense if your conservatory is south facing. It can drastically change the heat build-up in your home.
We are now experiencing some of the warmest summers on record these are expected to continue in the future. Macrolux has developed a new technologically advanced - Polycarbonate sheet. To reduce excessive heat build-up in conservatories and delay the time for achieving the maximum temperature.
The revolutionary Macrolux ‘ATHERMIC HEATSHIELD’ is an exceptional reflective finish to reduce heat conservatory. This is co-extruded onto the upper surface of Macrolux Multiwall polycarbonate sheets. To further minimise internal glare, the underside is Opal finish and also gives a bright interior appearance. Conservatories, especially those with clear roofs, experience an excessive heat build-up. They are limited to installing roof vents and blinds - options which can potentially exceed a customer’s budget and in many instances detract from the beauty of the conservatory.
Cutting tolerance is + - 10mm
These heat guard sheets are a cost-effective way to produce a cool roof conservatory without losing excess amounts of light.
A multi-layered dual colour sheet with a co-extruded heat reflective layer in the outer surface reducing the solar transmission by up to 50% compared with standard tint material, added to this excellent shading properties with the sharp, clean lines of the opal inner face giving unique reflective internal natural light.
Replacement Conservatory Roof You can reuse your existing roof bars on most occasions as long as the current sheet thickness is the same.