The roof of your conservatory is one of the most important elements in your sun room. It determines the way your space is used and if it is suitable to use all year round. A good quality roof will add value to your home and create a living space that you can enjoy all year round.
Over time your existing conservatory roof will start to show signs of ageing, which can be a sign that it’s time for a replacement. Whether you’re experiencing leaks, draughts or it’s just becoming insufferably cold in winter and swelteringly hot in summer, problems with your conservatory roof should be dealt with as soon as possible to avoid any lasting damage occurring.
In this article we look at everything you need to know about Conservatory roof replacement and help you choose the right solution for your home. We’ll also discuss the legalities of replacing your existing conservatory roof and help you understand what the different options are available to you.
Glass Conservatory Roof
A glass conservatory roof is a great choice to maintain the traditional feel of your space while keeping it bright and airy. With modern options that include self-cleaning to prevent streaks and spots as well as low emissivity glass to reduce solar heat gain you can benefit from lower energy bills and a comfortable conservatory all year round.
A tiled conservatory roof is a more expensive option but can transform your space into a beautiful living space that you will love all year round. Unlike polycarbonate roofs, tiles are a better insulator and they are available in a wide range of colours to suit your home. Conservatory roof replacement