Choosing a New Conservatory Roof
A new conservatory roof can add more living space and increase your home’s value, and is a great way to make the most of a garden. You can use it for anything from a games room, to a dining area, or simply as a place to relax.
Choosing a new conservatory roof can be a daunting prospect, but it’s important to consider the benefits of each option before you make a decision. For example, a solid roof can help to prevent overheating in the summer and reduce noise levels in the winter. It can also add insulation, which will keep your heating costs down and save you money on energy bills.
You can choose between a glass replacement roof or a tiled roof, depending on your personal preferences and the style of your house. Both are available in a wide range of colours and finishes to suit any home.
Warm roofs are the best choice for a conservatory because they provide year-round use of your extension. They’re well insulated and keep the room’s heat in, which means it can be used for breakfast in the morning, relaxing in the evening or whatever your needs are.
SupaLite offers a high-performance slate warm roof that provides excellent insulation and durability, preventing deterioration through UV rays. These tiles come in a wide selection of traditional colours and have colour-through designs to ensure they retain their richness over time, so your conservatory looks exactly how you want it.
There are many other options for upgrading your conservatory to make it more comfortable and insulating, including solar control glass and roof vents around the panel and window areas. These are often expensive, but can be worth it if you want to make your conservatory more environmentally friendly.
If you have a solid roof, you can also make the most of natural light by installing skylights to let in more light during the day. Using them in combination with blinds or curtains will allow you to enjoy your conservatory without sacrificing on the amount of natural sunlight you receive.
Solid roofs can also withstand all weather conditions, and can be insulated to any standard to give you a more comfortable environment. They’re a better choice than polycarbonate roofs because they’re more durable and can be fitted to a wider range of properties.
These can be fitted with a variety of glazing options, including dual-glazed windows or patterned glass, and can have the look of a more traditional design to complement your home’s existing style.
A new conservatory roof can be a great investment and will pay for itself in the long run. It can also improve the value of your property, so it’s worth allowing yourself enough time to choose and install the perfect one for you.
It’s important to remember that some companies aren’t reputable, so you need to do your research before choosing an installer. If you’re unsure, ask your builder about the company’s credentials and experience.