Keeping Your Conservatory Clean

Keeping Your Conservatory Clean

Conservatories can be a great addition to the home. They give you extra indoor space within your home, add extra value to your home and give you a fabulous view of your garden. However, to really make the most of your conservatory, you need to make sure it is kept clean. This will keep it looking its best for years to come.

In this blog post we would like to share some top tips with you for keeping your conservatory clean. These tips will help you complete the task of keeping your conservatory clean in the most effective and efficient way possible.

First The Outside

It is lots easy to spot marks, stains, dirt and smudges when you are outside and looking in. That’s why we recommend starting outside first. By cleaning the outside of your conservatory first, it is easier to spot any remaining marks on the outside when you move to the inside.

uPVC Cleaning

In this modern day, many of us have uPVC window frames. This material tends to be resistant to most types of weather and it is easy to clean too. Some good quality window cleaning solution is ideal for cleaning your uPVC frames. Alternatively some washing up liquid and warm water will work just as well. Make sure, whatever cleaning fluid you use, that you have a non-abrasive cloth or sponge to hand.

Roof Cleaning

You’ll need a ladder and a telescopic brush to clean the roof of your conservatory. This is why many people choose to hire a professional conservatory cleaner. No longer is the conservatory cleaning part of the normal chores around the house where you need a cloth and cleaning fluid. Instead you need to get your ladder and telescopic brush out. Working or cleaning at height can be very scary for some people, which is another reason people get a professional conservatory cleaner to do this job for them.

Gutter Cleaning

The gutters around your conservatory will get blocked, just as the gutters on your home do. It is important that you regularly clear out and clean your gutters to avoid blockages and allow easy flow of water. Blockages can be very heavy and if left will cause structural damage to your conservatory overtime.

If you are keen on keeping your conservatory clean but don’t have the time or tools to do it yourself; call our team!

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