Conservatory Roofs, Desborough
Looking for a solid conservatory roof replacement in Desborough?
Many homeowners in Desborough have trusted Alternative Roof Solutions to replace their ineffective polycarbonate or glass conservatory roofs with a solid, tiled conservatory roof.
The ideal living space for every season
Older-style conservatory roofs are often made with a polycarbonate or glass roofs which offer little in the way of insulation. This means that the room is unbearably hot in the summer months and too cold during the winter. Having a conservatory that you can’t utilise all year round is not an efficient use of the space in your home.
We’ve worked with homeowners across Desborough to upgrade their existing conservatory roof with a tiled replacement conservatory roof, giving families an extra living area with all the benefits of a traditional conservatory which can be enjoyed throughout the entire year.
Three layers of insulation to save on energy bills
We all want to reduce the amount we spend on heating our homes, and by replacing your polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof with a tiled replacement, you can make savings on your heating bills.
Unlike old-style roofs that allow the heat to simply vanish through the thin polycarbonate layer, our solid roofs have three layers of insulation to keep the heat in your conservatory, so you can turn the thermostat down during the winter and make savings on your bills. You’ll also be doing your bit to help save the planet at the same time.
Designed to match your existing roof
It’s important that your new tiled conservatory roof matches the aesthetics of the rest of your home as it should look like a seamless part of the design and not a mismatched addition.
Alternative Roof Solutions offer a choice of five tile shades to give your home kerb appeal. Choose from brick red, chestnut brown, pewter grey, plum or stone black roof tiles that will compliment your unique conservatory structure.
Your style, your way
We construct our roofs to be compatible with all styles of conservatories, so whether you have a classic lean-to style, a P-shaped design or something more traditional such as Victorian or Edwardian design, our expert installers will create a replacement roof tailor-made for your conservatory.
As well as a professional finish on the exterior of the roof, we also leave the interior of your conservatory looking amazing too. We skim and plaster the ceilings to a smooth sheen and can also mount modern LED or pelmet-style lighting into the ceiling for an impressive finishing touch.
If you’d prefer to let natural light flood into your conservatory, we can install Velux windows to brighten up even the dullest of days.
Professional conservatory roof installation from our replacement roof specialists.
Home improvements often bring disruption to your home and we aim to minimise any disturbance, so we’ve developed an installation technique that is fast and efficient. Our installation specialists have respect for your home and once they have completed your solid conservatory roof, they’ll tidy up and leave the area clean and ready to use.
Conservatory roof replacements in Desborough and the surrounding villages
Alternative Roof Solutions have installed replacement solid conservatory roofs across Desborough and also in local villages such as Rothwell, Braybrooke, Pipewell and Rushton.
We’ll transform your tired, inefficient glass or polycarbonate roof with a fully insulated solid replacement. Take the first steps to a luxurious living space by contacting our Desborough conservatory roof specialists for a free, no obligation consultation.
Contact us today for a no obligation quote to replace your conservatory roof in Desborough.
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