Benefits Of Replacing Your Conservatory Roof
Conservatory roofs can make the difference between a space you want to be in and one that you don’t. You might notice the temperature fluctuating in your conservatory throughout the seasons. We all know how hot a conservatory can get but the truth is it doesn’t need to be this way! The same goes for those that find their conservatories too cold to be in in the winter. Conservatories are often used as an extension rather than a traditional conservatory. Because of this, it’s a good idea to treat it like you would any other room in the house.
Solid Conservatory Roofs:
For those that are looking to turn their conservatory into a nicer living space, a solid roof may be the answer. Temperature fluctuations are hugely assisted by poor thermo-efficient conservatory roofs. Old polycarbonate roofs are a relic of the past as they are terrible for keeping heat in and out. Polycarbonate conservatory roofs are also prone to damage which can allow moisture in. The fact this can happen is a clear sign of shortcomings with a polycarbonate roof.
Solid roofs are an effective way of improving your conservatory’s thermal qualities. This isn’t the only thing a replacement conservatory roof is good for though! Solid roofs come with more than one benefit which is great for such a simple solution. This makes them ideal if you’re looking at replacing your conservatory roof. We go through a few points that you might like to hear if you’re looking at replacing your conservatory roof
Solid roofs are much more insulated than their polycarbonate counterparts. Studies show that our replacement conservatory roofs can achieve higher insulation performance. This doesn’t mean it’ll only keep heat in since insulation works both ways! The thermal layers will also work to keep heat out during the Summer months. This means that you can enjoy your conservatory regardless of the weather outside!
You might not think it but polycarbonate roofs are a great way for noise to bounce into your home. Polycarbonate roofs are thin allowing noise to filter through with ease. Solid roofs are much thicker which is great for those who spend a lot of time in their conservatory. Whether it’s noise from the street, neighbours or even the weather, it’ll be eliminated with a solid roof!
Our solid conservatory roofs have been engineered to the highest standard. This makes for a great all-in-one roof solution for your conservatory.
Aesthetics: This may be somewhat subjective but we’ve had an overwhelming response to the look of our solid roofs. Most, if not all our customers have commented on how good a solid roof looks! Solid conservatory roofs also come in a range of styles and colours. This is great since you’re able to find the perfect style that suits your home. This creates a much more connected aesthetic which is bound to impress those that look at your home.
Even if you’re not interested in the look of your home, our solid conservatory roofs come in neutral colours for those that don’t mind what it looks like.
A solid conservatory roof can increase the value of your home! This might be a surprise to some but if you consider the look of your home once a new roof is installed, it’s easy to see why your home would be valued higher. A new conservatory roof is a great selling point if you’re interested in selling your home.
We hope this guide has been useful if you’re looking for a new conservatory roof. Get in touch with a member of the Guardian Roofs Midlands team today! We’re happy to discuss any questions you might have. Visit our page on Replacement Conservatory Roofs for more information