Types of Replacement Conservatory Roof
A replacement conservatory roof can transform your home extension into a year round living space that can be used by the whole family. It can also help you avoid the problems of seasonal temperature differences and un-peaceful external noises, as well as adding value to your property – making it more appealing to potential buyers.
There are a number of different types of replacement conservatory roofs available for you to choose from, allowing you to find one that is suitable for your specific needs and tastes. These can be made up of glass, solid tiles or a combination of both.
The choice of glass can be a major factor in the aesthetics and performance of your new conservatory, with options including glazed or self-cleaning glass to suit your requirements. Alternatively, you can opt for an insulated aluminium roof that features solar control glazing to help stop any heat loss and keep your room at a comfortable temperature all year round.
Choosing a glass roof can be an exciting prospect for many homeowners, but it can also be tricky to decide which is best for your needs and preferences. Our expert team can advise you on the ideal solution to suit your home and budget.
We offer a range of high-quality double glazed conservatory roofs that will allow you to enjoy the benefits of natural light. They are incredibly secure and weatherproof to help prevent any unwanted outside noise, as well as providing excellent thermal insulation.
Our glazed conservatory roofs are ideal for any property, with an array of frame colours to choose from to create a seamless appearance. You can also add a roof vent to help control the airflow and prevent condensation build up.
With a glass conservatory roof, you can make use of skylights and glazing to maximise the amount of natural light that enters the space. These can be bespoke to your personal preferences and are a fantastic way to ensure that your conservatory is flooded with bright, spacious light.
These roofing systems are great for those who want to achieve a more traditional design, with many homeowners preferring this style of roofing system for their own home. It allows you to customise the height of the roof, as well as the pitch and configuration of it.
You can also customise your new roof with shaped glazing to fit the shape of your conservatory and the existing windows in your home. You can also add extra security by using a ridge and valley gutter to protect against draughts and water ingress.
A solid tiled roof is a popular option with customers looking for a more durable and insulating alternative to a glass conservatory. This is a lightweight and easy to install solution that will give you the look of traditional tiles without the weight or expense, and it can be fitted onto most existing conservatory or orangery styles.
Our SupaLite warm roof systems are fully ventilated, helping to prevent any moisture ingress and ensuring your new conservatory has a much warmer interior, thanks to its insulated design. It will also make your home more energy efficient, helping to reduce bills and provide a warmer, drier environment for you to enjoy all year round.