Having a conservatory can be an excellent way to extend your home and create a more enjoyable space for you and your family. But just like any other addition to your home, you will need to consider replacing its roof at some point.
‘It’s important to invest in a good quality roof that will last, especially when you’re planning on using your conservatory year round’, says Stuart Walker from Tradelink (opens in new tab). ‘An older roof may not be as well insulated as a modern one, meaning it could become too cold or hot for you to use effectively’.
You can replace your roof with a variety of materials depending on your budget and personal preferences. Some of the most popular options include polycarbonate sheets, glass, and solid tiled roofs.
A replacement roof can breathe new life into your old conservatory, transforming it from a disused building to an inviting living space. It will also increase the value of your property.
Insulate Your Conservatory – A well-insulated roof can make your room much more comfortable and prevent issues such as damp, condensation, mould, and leaks. It can also help you to keep your energy bills down by preventing heat loss.
Transform Your Conservatory – A well-insulated conservatory will look and feel much more inviting, making it easier for you to use. It will also reduce your energy bills and will help to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, allowing you to enjoy it all year round.
Choose a Modern, Durable Roofing System – The materials you choose to replace your conservatory’s roof will have a big impact on how it looks and how much upkeep it will require. Fortunately, there are many options to choose from and each option will be suitable for your individual needs.
For example, a LivinROOF hybrid roof uses both a thermally efficient internal pelmet and highly configurable shaped glazing to provide the ultimate in conservatory roof replacement design. The result is a beautiful space that can be used all year round, thanks to the advanced technology behind it.
Alternatively, a solid tiled roof is a great choice for those looking to add a touch of class and sophistication to their home. They’re easy to maintain and can be made to look exactly like the rest of your house.
A glass roof is another popular choice for conservatories, it lets in a lot of light which makes the room feel bright and airy. It’s also better at insulating than polycarbonate, which means your room will be warmer during the colder months and less prone to heat loss.
Your local Ultra Installer will be able to offer you advice on which replacement roof is best for your conservatory. They will liaise with your local authority to obtain the necessary Building Regulations approval and can help you choose the right conservatory roof for your needs and budget.
Whether you choose a polycarbonate, glass, or solid roof, a replacement roof will improve the aesthetics of your conservatory and increase its durability. It can also boost the value of your property and will be a welcome addition to your home.