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Conservatory Info
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Leaks Leaks Leaks! Don't Let Them Get Into Your Conservatory

One of the best places to enjoy rain without getting drenched is in your conservatory but if it's pitter-pattering inside rather than on your conservatory roof, that's an entirely different story.

 

 

Leaks are one of the biggest problems of conservatories. They can damage furniture and cause mould and damp. Dealing with dripping water isn't a doddle either. If you have leaks in your conservatory, deal with them as soon as possible to avoid damage. The first step in doing that is to...

 

Find Leaks

 

Although waiting for the rain isn't a brilliant idea, it will help pinpoint all the leaks in your conservatory especially if the water is getting through gaps in the walls rather than the roof. A safer and drier way to find leaks is by checking your conservatory for damages like slipped panels, damaged roof vents, and broken seals. Identifying where the leaks are coming from will help you...

 

Fix Leaks

 

Broken seals are the easiest to deal with. All you need is to reseal units with a sealant. Sealants should be given enough time to dry so make sure not to reseal units just before a rain. Newly applied seals should also be blended and levelled with old seals to avoid making them look like plasters. Other problems like slipped panels, damaged roof vents, and loose capping are best handled by specialists. After you get leaks fixed, make sure to maintain your conservatory properly to...

 

Prevent Leaks

 

The best way to ensure your conservatory won't leak is to make sure it is maintained and regularly cleaned. When cleaning your conservatory, take note of panels that are starting to slip or of wooden frames that are deteriorating. Look for any broken seals. Seals become worn easily in conservatories because they peel off when exposed to too much sunlight. Resealing units whenever needed is one of the best ways to make sure you won't get leaks in your conservatory. Having uPVC frames is another good way because they are weather and UV resistant so you won't have to worry about them deteriorating quickly.

 

Making your conservatory waterproof will not only protect your furniture but also let you enjoy the rain in your conservatory without getting wet.

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