3 Things To Know About Replacing Your Conservatory Roof

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3 Things To Know About Replacing Your Conservatory Roof

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As we find ourselves hitting the heart of summer; deciding to finally replace or upgrade your worn conservatory roof may seem like the perfect idea. But with so many variables involved it can be difficult to know where to start!
So, here are our favourite three things to know about replacing your conservatory roof and some of the genuine differences it can make to your home.

1. It’s less difficult than you may think

With no planning permission required to make your amendments, changing your conservatory roof is a home improvement that becomes available for almost every situation and budget. Projects will also often take no more than two to three days at most to complete and enjoy flexible timescales to suit your availability and budget. This can also easily expand to include a total refit, including full or partial window replacement, door installation, and much more. Any professional build should also come with a 10 year guarantee at a minimum, allowing for peace of mind when it comes to long-term maintenance and care.

2. You get a new room all-year-round

Aside from improving your view and resolving what can often be long-tolerated issues, upgrading your roof comes with many concrete advantages. Upgrading your roof with modern materials and fibres allows you to manage and regulate the temperature of your space with ease. Deciding to improve your thermo-efficiency allows you to spend less money heating your home in the colder months while also allowing heat to escape in the summertime; preventing the ‘greenhouse or icehouse’ effect that can be familiar to many homeowners. Being able to secure a liveable temperature means that your conservatory quickly becomes a room in your house that can be used all year round. This can be fantastic when it comes to expanding the usable footage of your home and adding genuine value to your property at the same time.

3. You have a genuine wealth of options

When it comes to improving your conservatory roofing, modern homeowners are simply spoiled for choice. Depending on your requirements you can choose to deploy a glass or polycarbonate roof that opens up your view and helps with the heating of your home. While glass may be a little more expensive, the material carries powerful insulating properties that can keep you warm in the darkest depths of winter. Choosing a polycarbonate roof allows for a tough, durable surface that lets in light and requires minimal maintenance. These also come in a range of glazing options that allow for solar control to avoid sun-weathering, tinting to avoid glare, and self-cleaning options to further cut down on day-to-day care. Alternatively, you can choose to switch to a solid roof structure made from aluminium with additional tiling. These come with a 25-year warranty and 40-year lifespan and offer true peace of mind for homeowners of all stripes. If you want to learn more, you can get in touch with our team directly for a no-hassle chat and let us know exactly what you need to complete your build and how to breathe new life into your property.

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