Cleaning Glass Conservatories
Many people are put off building a conservatory as they do not want the hassle of having to clean it. Cleaning glass conservatories can be a tedious task as there is simply so much of it. Made almost entirely of glass, conservatories need cleaning in many hard to reach places, such as roofs.
Cleaning conservatory glass is essential if you want to get the most out of this additional room in your home. Conservatories are designed to let in the maximum amount of light and be a sunny place to sit and enjoy looking at the outdoors in any weather. Dirty glass prevents light from filling the room and also blocks the view, making cleaning conservatory glass vital in order to fully enjoy the purpose of this room.
Pilkington is a leading glass manufacturer and offers a quick and easy solution to cleaning conservatory glass. By taking the step of building your conservatory from the right kind of glass in the first place, you can save time, money and hassle in the long run.
The Pilkington Activ™ range is ideally suited to conservatories as the glass has a special coating that utilises the sun's light to break down organic dirt and then helps the rainwater to simply wash it away. The quick-drying surface means that streaking is reduced and even the most hard to reach areas are left clean.
Multi-Purpose Conservatory Glass
The Pilkington Activ™ range also features Pilkington Activ™ Blue and Pilkington Activ™ Neutral which not only offer a simple solution to cleaning conservatory glass, but can also help keep your conservatory cooler in summer. Combining self-cleaning glass with Pilkington thermal glass means that you can enjoy your conservatory all year round.
With the combined benefits of no longer having to work as hard to keep your conservatory clean or having to spend a fortune on keeping it warmer in the winter and cooler in summer, there is no reason not to add a conservatory to your home.
Find out more about the benefits of self-cleaning glass and find out how easy cleaning conservatory glass really can be.