Choosing a New Conservatory Roof

Choosing a New Conservatory Roof

A new conservatory roof can transform your space into a room that you can use all year round and will improve the thermal efficiency of your home. This will also add value to your property. We have a wide range of roofing options to suit your needs. Our market-leading products include the Livinroof and the Ultraroof. These roofs are designed to fit a variety of shapes and sizes of conservatories, sun rooms, single-story extensions and more. The roofs feature a lightweight, insulated tile finish with a choice of colours and finishes to complement your existing aesthetic.

When choosing a new roof you need to consider what you will be using the space for, how much light you want and the budget you have in mind. The right roof can transform your conservatory into a living room, dining room, office or playroom. You can even use it as a home gym. Our new roofs are designed to offer the highest standards of thermal efficiency and can be used with a number of different furniture types and styles.

The best option for your conservatory is a glass or glazed roof, this allows plenty of natural light into the space and can really brighten up a dull room. They are better insulators than polycarbonate roofs and are available in a choice of colours and textures. They are also more visually appealing.

We have a selection of glass roofs available to choose from that will suit all types of conservatory and are available in a range of thicknesses. We can also add internal pelmets and lighting for that finished look.

If you want a solid roof for your conservatory then we have a couple of options that can be installed without running into issues with planning or building regulations. The Livinroof and the Ultraroof are both a solid replacement roof that can include shaped glazing panels or Velux windows. These will allow plenty of natural light into the space and you can even opt for a plastered vaulted ceiling to give your room that real room feel.

A solid roof will reduce your energy bills as it will retain heat far better than the old conservatory roof. You can cut your heating bills by up to 50% with this option and it is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve your conservatory.

If you do decide to go for a solid conservatory roof then make sure it comes with LABC certification. This will ensure that everything has been checked and that the conservatory can support the new roof. This is something that you can get done for you by your installer and will cost around PS500. Alternatively, you can apply for your own certificate through your Local Authority. It is a good idea to do this as soon as possible to avoid any delays in the future. If you do decide to go through your installer they will help with the process and liaise with your Local Authority for you.

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