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How do I insulate windows in a sun room and should I keep it heat/cooled when not in use?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 25, 2012 01:00 AM
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I have a sun room with no heat/air but it is just off the kitchen so the door can be opened and let the heat/air flow into the room. In the winter it is very cold because it is mostly windows which are separated by wood panels. I wondered, besides caulking, what is a good way to help keep the heat in the room once it is heated? Is there some type of quilted fabric I could use to to tape velcor to the window frames much like a curtain to help hold the heat in and same questions for summer?




 

 

I have a sun room with no heat/air but it is just off the kitchen so the door can be opened and let the heat/air flow into the room. In the winter it is very cold because it is mostly windows which are separated by wood panels. I wondered, besides caulking, what is a good way to help keep the heat in the room once it is heated? Is there some type of quilted fabric I could use to to tape velcor to the window frames much like a curtain to help hold the heat in and same questions for summer?

Unfortunately, these sun rooms are typically not sealed well, nor do they have much, if any, insulation.

  • You could purchase a heater meant to warm a single room, and just use...



 

 

 
 
 

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