As with any part of your house, conservatories can start to show signs of deterioration over time. Whether your roof is showing cracks, or you’re finding it hard to regulate temperature within the space or you find yourself spending more and more money on energy bills, upgrading your conservatory’s roofing system might be the solution.
Conservatory roof replacement isn’t the same as rebuilding your conservatory from scratch, and it can be cheaper, simpler and less complicated. Especially as technology and materials have developed so much in recent years, it’s possible to update your conservatory roof to make it far more usable and attractive.
Glass is the most popular conservatory roof choice, and it’s a great option if you want to maintain your existing aesthetic while ensuring the space feels as light as possible. New advances in glass technology also mean that modern conservatory roofs are very thermally efficient, helping you to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Unlike glass, polycarbonate is a stronger material that offers excellent protection from the elements while still allowing you to gaze up at the clouds and stars. However, if your conservatory is exposed to high winds and rain, it may not offer as much insulation as you’d like. Conservatory roof replacement