Hi ashers From your post presumably you have a ceiling in the kitchen matching a pitched roof. Your issue will probably be that insufficient insulation has been incorporated in the roof. You can check where most heat loss is occurring by using an infrared thermometer to check the temperature of your walls and ceilings. This will isolate the problem area. Regards S
It's most likely your Velux windows that are the issue. Heat rises so it then hits the glass in the roof and gets cold. Maybe look at replacing the Velux glass with a higher performance glass. I would think that would solve a big part of your problem. Then, of course, you need to check what insulation is in your walls and ceiling, but that is for another post I would say.
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