A solid conservatory roof can help transform your current sun room into a much more usable living space that you’ll enjoy all year round. If you’re looking to reduce energy costs, increase your comfort level and add value to your property, a solid conservatory roof can make the perfect choice.
Choosing a replacement roof for your conservatory is a big decision. You need to decide on a colour, style and finish that’s going to suit your home perfectly. It’s also important to choose a roofing system that offers the features you want such as thermal insulation and good weather resistance.
You’ll find many solid conservatory roof options in the market. They range from plastic, polycarbonate, and mineral dust tiles to metal and composite panels. They come in a wide range of colours, so you can find one that’s perfect for your home.
They are more able to resist the ingress of condensation than glass or polycarbonate roofs due to their multiple layers of materials. They also have a low noise level as they don’t allow the ingress of sound from outside into the room as a result of their high quality sound absorbing technology.
These types of roofs are ideal for rooms that are constantly exposed to the elements such as porches, side porches and patio areas. They are also a great way to enhance the appearance of your garden and improve the overall look of your home.
A solid conservatory roof can save you money on your energy bills as they are very effective at insulating. They also work to keep the temperature of your conservatory in check and can prevent you from having to suffer with a hot or cold conservatory all year round.
It will also give you a more comfortable living space as a result of its ability to regulate the temperature. This is a particularly useful feature to have in areas of the UK that are often prone to extremes in temperature.
You can have a solid roof installed on any size conservatory or extension, whether you need to extend your home, want to create a new bedroom, or simply want to improve the ‘room-like’ appeal of your existing space.
As well as being a cost-effective solution, a solid conservatory roof is a great investment that can help you to recoup your money when you decide to sell your property. It’s also a great way to increase the value of your home and make it more appealing to potential buyers in the future.
They’re made to a very high standard and can be installed by a professional. They’re designed to be as durable as possible so they’ll last for years.
Unlike most other conservatory roofs, solid conservatory roofs can be fitted on your property without the need for planning permission. However, it is still necessary to notify your neighbours via the Neighbour Consultation Scheme and you may need a Building Regulations final certificate if you replace more than 75% of your existing conservatory with a solid roof.