A new conservatory roof is a great way to improve the look of your home and make the most of your existing space. It’s also one of the best ways to increase the value of your property and ensure that your home has a comfortable living area for years to come.
A solid tiled roof is the perfect way to create a warm and cosy room year-round, and can be installed on both new build and retrofit conservatories. It is made with the latest technology, allowing you to enjoy your new conservatory for years to come.
It will be a very large step to replace the old conservatory roof, so it’s important to choose a good supplier and installer who can do the job well and in a timely manner. It is also essential to check whether the company you have chosen knows their stuff about planning permissions and other insurances that you might need.
The conservatory is an excellent addition to any home and can add up to 12% to the value of your home depending on how much you spend, how well it fits with your existing home and the quality of the product you purchase. However, it is a common mistake to use cheap, basic kits that can devalue your property and do nothing for your house’s appearance.
Installing a new conservatory is not cheap and there are many companies that will offer you very low prices but then rip you off with poor quality materials, inferior installation and insufficient heating options. You should only ever buy a high-quality conservatory from a reputable and trusted company that will give you a great deal on the price.
When it comes to the roof of your conservatory, the first thing you need to consider is the type and quality of the roof that will be used. You should try to avoid standard polycarbonate or glazed roofing systems as they aren’t designed to be used in a conservatory. The roof will need to be insulated, ensuring it can keep the conservatory warm during winter and cool during summer.
Insulated conservatories are the most energy efficient option and will help you save on your energy bills by lowering the temperature inside the conservatory. A solid tiled roof is very insulated, keeping the temperature inside your conservatory to a very comfortable level.
Having a solid tiled roof on your conservatory will also help to increase the insulation of your home as it blocks out heat from the sun, keeping the conservatory cooler than it would be without it. This will significantly lower your heating bills, as your conservatory won’t be wasting energy heating up the outside air, reducing your energy costs in the long run.
Solid tiled conservatories can be made with many different materials and can even incorporate a flat skylight or lantern to create a contemporary or traditional design. It is also available in a wide range of colours, making it easy to find the right colour to match with your home.