Benefits of a Replacement Conservatory Roof

A conservatory is a wonderful addition to your home, providing you with a space to relax and enjoy your garden all year round. However, over time your existing glass or polycarbonate roof may begin to show signs of ageing and start to limit the way in which you can use your space. This is when you may need to look at a replacement conservatory roof to transform your space into something more useful, comfortable and able to be used all year round.

With advances in roofing technology, there are now plenty of options available when it comes to replacing your conservatory roof, meaning you can find the perfect option for you and your home. There are a few things to bear in mind when choosing your new roof, including style, energy efficiency and cost.

The most common roof types for a conservatory are slate, tiles and polycarbonate. These are all available in a wide range of colours, so you can choose the one that matches perfectly with your home. Slate is a popular choice, as it gives your conservatory a more traditional feel, while tiled roofs are also very stylish and can add value to your property.

Whether you opt for a fully-tiled conservatory roof or a modern Hybrid solid and glazed option, a new conservatory roof will significantly improve your space and the way in which you use it. Traditional concrete and slate tiles offer exceptional insulation, while Leka’s solid roof systems have a U-rating of just 0.15 – compared to the average of 1.6 for a standard conservatory roof.

Another benefit of a new conservatory roof is the fact that it will dramatically reduce noise. This is because your new roof will have a plastered ceiling, and this will prevent outdoor noises from penetrating into your room. This will give you a more relaxing environment and can make it ideal for use as a home office or study.

One of the biggest drawbacks of a glass or polycarbonate conservatory is that it’s prone to heat loss and can be quite uncomfortable to use at certain times of the year. A new replacement roof will eliminate this problem, as it will be able to trap heat and help your conservatory become an extension of your living space that you can use all year round.

A new replacement conservatory roof will also give you a more private space, as you will be unable to see into your neighbour’s properties like you could with a glass or polycarbonate roof. This makes a new conservatory roof an excellent investment, as it will not only increase the use of your space, but will also add value to your property. To find out more about the benefits of a replacement conservatory roof and what options are available to you, get in touch with us today. We can provide you with a competitive quote and arrange for a surveyor to visit your home and provide you with detailed information on the different costs of each option.

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