Conservatory Roof Replacement
Have you got a conservatory that you don’t use all year round, because its too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter? Traditional conservatories usually have a polycarbonate roof, and whilst they have their benefits, they also have flaws. To name a few, they’re loud when it rains, poor temperature regulation and aren’t scratch resistant. 
 
You may be wondering how you can eliminate these issues and finally enjoy your conservatory whenever you want. The best way to get the most out of your additional space, is to have a solid tile roof installed. They have many benefits, such as improved insulation, and it improves the overall appearance of your conservatory. 
 
Before deciding on any major home improvements, it’s important to do your research and think about all your options and restrictions. You also need to think about who you want to carry out the renovation work and what questions should you ask them. 

Do you need planning permission? 

You may be under the impression that you don’t need planning permission for a new conservatory roof, and in most cases you won’t. While it’s unlikely, it’s always best to speak with your installer before starting any work. 
 
When choosing a solid tile conservatory roof, you will need a Building Regulations Certificate because the conservatory roof is no longer 75% translucent. When choosing alternative Roof, you’ll be given this after your conservatory roof has been installed. 
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Will you receive an installation guarantee? 

When choosing the company for your conservatory roof replacement, it’s a good idea to check that they offer a guarantee. This will cover you if things to go wrong such as a leak or any structural damage that could be costly to repair or dangerous. 
 
Any reputable company should offer an installation guarantee as they will want the best for their clients, and it shows that the roofing company has confidence in their work. Another thing to ask is if their guarantee is also insurance backed, which will mean you’ll still have cover if your chosen company ceases to trade. 
 
At Alternative Roof Solutions, we provide all clients with a 10-year insurance backed guarantee with all our conservatory roof installations, and the tiles also have 40-year manufacturers guarantee. 

How long will it take to replace your conservatory roof? 

Understandably, you don’t want the installation to drag out for too long as it could disrupt your daily living conditions. The completion of work will depend on the size and style of your conservatory and how experienced the installers are. 
 
Typically, the replacement is a speedy process that will take around 3-5 days but may take a week if the conservatory is larger or more complex. 
 
All our solid roofs are bespoke and specifically designed to each conservatory, they are engineered with swift installation in mind, making sure we don’t disrupt your daily lives. 
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Replace your Conservatory Roof Today 

At Alternative Roof Solutions, we’re here to help you with all your conservatory roofing needs. When it comes to providing top quality roof replacements, we’re the ones to call. 
 
For a no-obligation free quote today, call us on 01604 947 146 and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. 
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