You have already made one of the hardest decisions, the decision to find out more about a conservatory roof replacement. Well, by now you already know that this small change will completely transform how you use your conservatory roof for the rest of your life, but you want to find out more about the cost of this work.  

Well, many factors will contribute to the price of your new conservatory roof, size and style being one of many. In this blog, we will break down the key aspects that contribute to the pricing of your new conservatory roof. 


The Size of The Conservatory 


The single most important factor that contributes to the price of your new conservatory roof is the size of your existing conservatory. Most households will have a small conservatory which acts as an extension to the living room, if this is the case they would be looking at paying a lot less for their new Guardian Roof when compared a house with a much larger conservatory. All new Guardian roofs are created bespoke for the needs of your home, it’s for this reason that the dimensions pay a huge role in the overall price. 


The Syle of The Conservatory


What may come as a surprise to many is that conservatories come in a range of shapes and sizes. Some of the most popular conservatory roof styles include Victorian, Edwardian and P Shaped. The style and complexity of your conservatory will pay a part in the pricing of your new roof. If your conservatory has been created bespoke to your specific needs and requirements there will also be a need for a custom conservatory roof to fit this design. In this event, you may be looking at paying more than your standard Victorian styled conservatory roof. 


Roof Tiling Options 


Here is where things get interesting, tiles can be as cheap or as expensive as you wish. When purchasing a new guardian roof you will select from a range of different tiling options, all having their colours and designs. These options are a lightweight and affordable option but you also have the choice of using your tiles. If you have any remaining tiles that match the rest of the home, you are welcome to use these. This will help to cut the costs of your home improvement work and ensure your new conservatory roof is installed at the best possible rate. 


Interior Design Extras


Now the style dimensions and roofing options have been selected its time to make you mind up on the interior design finish. Most commonly customers will request a simple plaster finish which is a cost-effective way to make you conservatory look complete. Whilst this may be a perfect option for many of us, some customers wish to have additional features such as spotlights and windows. Let us drive into these options in more detail. 


Roof Windows 


A new solid roof will block out a lot of the natural light that previously came into the conservatory. This may seem like a negative but this is just one of the many factors that contribute to this living space being thermally efficient. If you still wish to have natural light flowing into your conservatory, roof windows are a great option for you. Built into the conservatory roof, the roof windows will truly elevate this living space. 


Spot Lights 


Looking for a modern solution to keep your conservatory well lit in the evenings? Well, spotlights are another great option. Spotlights allow you to enjoy your conservatory late into the evening. Ensuring that you never left without the light you need. These sleek lights are fitted into the plastering to create a smooth overall finish. 

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