A conservatory has the strength to support a lightweight solid roof without any additional support being required. Replacing the roof is as simple as removing the existing roof and fitting the solid roof to the original structure. 

 

Due to the simplicity of a conservatory roof replacement service, many homeowners are deciding to make the investment transforming their conservatory into all year round living space for the whole family to enjoy. 

 

In this blog post, we will be discussing some of the main reasons why a solid roof is the perfect home improvement project for anyone who is looking to make the most of the conservatory. 

 

The Problems With A Conservatory Roofs 

 

Traditionally, conservatories are designed to maximise natural lighting, filling the living space with a warm glow that everyone loves. The only problem is that this extensive use of glass and polycarbonate roofing leads to the living space having very little insulation. As soon as the frost starts to a forum outside, there is a noticeable drop in the temperature of your conservatory, leading to you having crank the heating up to counteract this. 

 

Glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs may look amazing when they are first installed but down the line, they cause a whole range of problems. Efficiency and temperature control being the main problem but they also have a tendency to look a little worn and overgrown a couple of years into their life. 

 

How Can A Solid Roof Resolve Theses Problems

 

When originally weighing up the costs between a conservatory and a home extension its likely that you were swayed by the initial cost. Well, now it’s your chance to gain those added benefits offered by an extension. Solid roof systems offer homeowners the opportunity to transform the conservatory in to a true extension to their living space. With added insulation, reduced glare and added style and design benefits, it’s defiantly the right time to make the change. 

 

Solid roofs are designed to eliminate issues with temperature control providing owners with a comfortable living space. To achieve this the roofs are packed with multiple layers of quality insulation and a seamless finish. This helps to keep the British weather out and the warm and cosy atmosphere in. The perfect addition to your home this Christmas. 

 

Finding The Right Solid Roof For You 

 

As you probably already know there are a number of solid roof systems out there on the market, all offering similar benefits. How do you know which option is the right one for you? Well to do this you will need to have a look at all the options available to you and identify the make and model which ticks all of the boxes. 

 

One bit of advice we can give you when searching for the right solid roof is looking for a model which offers thick layers of insulation. There are many cases out there when someone has invested in a new conservatory roof but don’t get the full range of benefits that they deserve. To make sure that the insulation offered is high quality, please ask to find out the U Value of the roofing system. This is the rate of transfer of heat through a structure. 

 

Solid Roof Conservatory Roof System 

 

Replacing your conservatory roof for a solid roof alternative is a great option for anyone looking to upgrade their living space and make the most out of the conservatory this winter. With the cold weather only just starting to settle in, this small investment today will have a substantial impact for many years to come. 

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