We know that you want your conservatory to be (and remain) an aesthetically pleasing addition to any home across the South of England. We do too. This is why we have compiled our top tips for cleaning your conservatory – to keep it clean as a whistle for many years to come.
Start at the top of your conservatory and work your way down
To make your life easier, we would always suggest starting from the roof then working your way downwards. Not only does this save you time, but any water or cleaning products that trickle-down will help to lubricate any mess further down.
What can I use to clean my conservatory roof?
What is the best way to clean my conservatory roof?
The safest way to clean your conservatory roof is by using a ladder and telescopic brush that can extend and bend without putting your safety at risk and potentially damaging the roof.
Before you get started on cleaning your conservatory, we would recommend that you wait for an upcoming dry spell of at least two to three days – we suggest an overcast day as cleaning your conservatory on sunny days will potentially cause unnecessary streaks on your windows. This will give you plenty of time to complete a thorough clean of your conservatory roof and ease any worries of your cleaning efforts going to waste by miserable weather.
Start by removing any plant material and debris from the gutters and drainpipes before washing the rest with a pressure washer.
We would recommend cleaning your conservatory roof once every six months to avoid any potential leakages, roof damages, or decay.
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Our range of conservatories can be designed in a variety of styles. From traditional conservatory designs such as a Victorian conservatory to a modern conservatory design such as an orangery. Whatever conservatory design you choose, we will make sure to create a bespoke space for you.
And with up to 25% off conservatories in our spring sale (excluding building work) it is the perfect time to get in touch with our team of experts! We look forward to helping you with your next home improvement project.
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