Conservatory Roofs, Daventry
Daventry homeowners trust Alternative Roof Solutions to replace their conservatory roofs
Your conservatory should be a welcoming room that can be utilised throughout the year. But many Daventry homeowners find that their old polycarbonate conservatory roof makes the space uncomfortably hot in the summer and too cold to enjoy during the winter months.
Many conservatory owners across Daventry have trusted Alternative Roof Solutions to replace their ineffective polycarbonate or glass conservatory roofs with an insulated, energy efficient tiled replacement conservatory roof that can be used by the whole family all year round.
Increase your living space without a costly extension in Daventry
By exchanging your existing conservatory roof with a solid, modern tiled replacement, you’ll benefit from additional living space without the hefty price tag of an extension. We’ve helped many Daventry homeowners to realise the full potential of their home by transforming their conservatory into a seamless extension of their property, simply by replacing the conservatory roof.
Save money on energy bills with three layers of conservatory roofing insulation
Conservatories with out-dated glass or polycarbonate roofs are extremely energy inefficient and we are all looking for ways to reduce the costs of our energy bills – and do our bit to protect the environment.
This is why all our tiled conservatory roofs are installed with two layers of insulation in the structure and a third layer in the ceiling, to keep the heat in during the winter and out in the summer months, helping you save on utility bills.
No more condensation or leaks
Condensation and unsightly mold are common issues in conservatories with a glass or polycarbonate roof. Leaks and damp will make your conservatory an unpleasant place to be and in the long-term will potentially cause costly damage to your home.
By trading your conservatory roof with a modern tiled replacement you’ll enjoy a fresh, damp-free living space that is a joy to use, at a fraction of the cost of a brand-new conservatory.
Choose a style that works in harmony with your Daventry home
It’s important that your tiled conservatory roof matches the look of your existing roof tiles, which is why we offer a choice of chestnut brown, brick red, plum, pewter grey, or stone black roof tiles for your replacement roof.
We have experience in replacing roofs on Victorian, Edwardian, gable, P-shaped and lean-to style of conservatories and will advise you on selecting the right roof tiles to complement the exterior of your property for a professional finish that adds to the aesthetics (and the resale value) of your home.
We also offer options to personalise the interior of your tiled conservatory roof, with a choice of LED lighting and modern pelmet-style lights. We can even add integral Velux windows to the roof allowing natural light to flood into the room, even on cloudy days.
Fast, professional installation with no mess
No one likes disturbance in their home, so we’ve developed an efficient installation technique that causes minimum disruption to your family.
Our installers work in a swift, professional manner and once they have completed your conservatory roof replacement, they’ll leave your home clean, tidy and ready to enjoy.
We’re ready to transform your conservator roof in Daventry and the surrounding areas
Alternative Roof Solutions have fitted replacement solid conservatory roofs across Daventry and also in local villages such as Staverton, Braunston, Badby, Weedon and Flore.
Contact us today for a no obligation quote to replace your conservatory roof in Daventry.
We are also able to install Velux roof windows and replace your conservatory doors and windows if required.
We have written a blog about thermal efficiencies in different styles of conservatory roofs.
"I'm really pleased with our roof replacement, it has made our tired conservatory into a beautiful room. John and the team did a really good job from start to finish, nothing was too much trouble for them."
Rowena Eddison, Bugbrooke