Choosing a New Conservatory Roof

Adding a conservatory to your home is one of the best ways to add value and improve the look of your property. Whether you’re looking to increase the size of your living room or make a home office, a new conservatory roof is an ideal solution for increasing the amount of natural light in your home and creating an additional living space.

A new conservatory can be built to match the architectural style of your existing home, enabling you to create the perfect room to suit your needs. There are many styles to choose from, such as Edwardian and Victorian, allowing you to find the ideal solution for your property.

You can also consider your budget when deciding on a conservatory. A new conservatory can be made of uPVC, aluminium or a combination of the two, with prices varying according to the materials used and glazing options.

Glass is often the most popular option for conservatories, allowing natural light to enter your new space. It’s also a great way to ensure a more even temperature throughout the year, while reducing sun glare and making your new conservatory more energy-efficient.

If you want to make the most of your space, a tiled conservatory roof can provide an insulated space that feels cosier than traditional polycarbonate roofs. With a range of different coloured tiles available, you can create the look of your new conservatory to complement your existing property.

Alternatively, you can choose to have a solid tiled roof installed to your conservatory to give it a more modern, sleek and sophisticated look. This type of roof is extremely durable and will protect your room from the elements.

It’s an ideal choice if you’re looking to replace an old polycarbonate roof and create a new living area in your garden, or if you’re planning to use your conservatory as an additional space within your home for a growing family. It can be fitted to most types of conservatory, ranging in price from £75,000 for a small to medium sized room.

For an additional cost, you can install roof vents to increase the ventilation in your conservatory. These can be manual or automatic, letting you open the vents with the push of a button to release hot or cold air.

Another option is to have a glazed roof with solar control glazing. This will prevent the heat from leaving your conservatory and regulating the temperature to keep it comfortable, regardless of the weather.

The Hasties discovered that their original polycarbonate conservatory roof was not up to the task of regulating the temperature in their home, causing it to be too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. Once a replacement solid roof was fitted by Clearview Home Improvements, the Hasties were able to reclaim their conservatory and start using it all year round.

If you’re considering a replacement conservatory, consider choosing a warm roof from Falcon Windows Ipswich to improve the thermal performance of your new addition. These SupaLite warm roofs are incredibly insulated, helping you to maintain a comfortable temperature in your conservatory, even when the weather is particularly hot or cold.

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