Solid Conservatory Roof

Transform your living space. 

Conservatories can act as versatile spaces that seamlessly bridge the gap between the indoors and outdoors. However, either to begin with or over time, the product that your roof is made from might not be energy efficient, causing your energy bills to rise throughout the year. Or, you might have had a change in design preferences and are looking for a new stylish and functional roof. 
If your conservatory is in need of a refresh, a conservatory roof replacement could be the perfect solution to breathe new life into your living space. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the benefits, considerations, and options associated with conservatory roof replacements. 

Why consider a conservatory roof replacement? 

Conservatory roof replacements offer a wide range of benefits that go beyond aesthetics. Replacing your old glass or polycarbonate roof for a solid or tiled one has highly functional benefits. 

Improve your homes energy efficiency. 

Older conservatories with outdated roofing materials, such as polycarbonate or glass, often suffer from poor insulation. This leads to temperature fluctuations, causing your space to be too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter. This poor insulation can also result in higher energy bills. Upgrading to modern, energy-efficient materials can help to regulate your conservatories temperatures and reduce the utility costs of heating or cooling your space throughout the year. This can be achieved by using materials with a low u-value, such as those used for a solid or tiled roof. 
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Enhance your comfort with a solid conservatory roof. 

We have all struggled to get outside due to the bad weather we’ve been experiencing in the UK this summer. When the weather in the UK decides to downpour with rain, a polycarbonate conservatory roof becomes very noisy. This can make it impossible for you to relax. Replacing your conservatory roof allows you to choose materials that provide better sound insulation. Materials used for a solid or tiled conservatory roof help to block out excess noise, creating a serene indoor environment. 
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Solid conservatory roofs are aesthetically pleasing. 

In addition to the practical benefits, a conservatory roof replacement can enhance the aesthetics of your home. There is a wider range of colours, and roof shapes available for solid conservatory roofs compared to glass or polycarbonate roofs. With a solid roof replacement, you can choose from various finishes to match your homes aesthetic. 

Types of conservatory roof replacements: 

Solid and tiled conservatory roofs 

You may choose to upgrade your existing polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof for a tiled one. A tiled roof is more aesthetically pleasing than a polycarbonate roof, which can become scratched and dented over time. A tiled roof will make your conservatory feel like a seamless extension of your home. Having your roof replaced with a tiled or slate roof will also minimise sun glare and eliminate the noise created by heavy rainfall on a polycarbonate roof. 
 
Solid roofs provide excellent insulation and a solid, permanent feel to your conservatory. This insulation will help to reduce your heating bills during the winter as heat will not be able to escape through our roof. Solid roofs come in a variety of roof shapes and colours, meaning you can match the roof to your homes existing architecture. 
 
 

To read more about the benefits of replacing your conservatory roof, please follow the link below. 

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What to consider before replacing your conservatory roof. 

Professional installation. 

A conservatory roof replacement is a substantial project. This type of job requires expertise in construction and design. Therefore, it is important that you hire a professional contractor that ensures the job is done accurately and to a high standard. It is also important to look for a highly experienced contractor, to ensure that their work can be trusted, and your new roof will be installed skilfully. 

What roof style are you looking for? 

It is important to consider how the new roof will fit into the overall design of your home. When choosing a solid or tiled roof there are a few colours and roof shapes to choose from that will ensure harmony with your homes existing architecture. 

Does your conservatory roof comply with Building Regulations? 

A conservatory roof replacement will fall under building regulations if you are opting for a solid conservatory roof. Before completing this project, you should check local regulations to ensure your planned replacement complies with the necessary requirements. It is also worth while to check whether your installers will provide you with a Building Regulations certificate after completion. 
A conservatory roof replacement is a great way to revive to your space, improving its functionality, aesthetics, and energy efficiency. By carefully considering your options, budget, and installer, this project will transform your conservatory into a renewed haven of relaxation and enjoyment. The investment of a conservatory roof replacement will undoubtedly pay off in increased comfort, property value, and a renewed versatile space that you can enjoy all year round. 
If you are a homeowner in need of a conservatory roof replacement, contact Alternative Roof Solutions for a free no-obligation quote today. 
 
If you would like to speak to a member of our team, please call us at 01604 947 146. 
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