Start the New Year off right with a transformed conservatory. Did you know that you don’t need to have the same conservatory roof as your neighbours? Polycarbonate roofs won’t cut it anymore; turning your conservatory into a freezer during winter and greenhouse in summer. With new technology and manufacturing, you can choose from glass, tile or even a lantern roof. Our conservatory roof replacements can be used for your existing extension to bring it back to life without building a brand new one.
The majority of original conservatories in the 1980s and 90s had a polycarbonate roof. This was an affordable material but soon enough demonstrated its lack of thermal and sound insulation. With thermally efficient glass, you won’t have this problem. Using reflecting technology, your heat is kept inside and the strongest rays of the sun are kept out. Market-leading Celsius glass is used that will keep your conservatory comfortable as well as quiet. With U-Values as low as 0.9, your conservatory will be extremely warm all year round. Tinted glass is available to minimise glare. Glass looks stunning and gives you beautiful views as well as a room full of light. During summer, enjoy the clear blue skies. Once night arrives, grab a blanket and watch the stars. With double glazing used, your new glass roof will keep the cold and draughts at bay.
Warming tiled roofs
If your garden is south-facing, a tiled conservatory roof will shade you from the sun keeping you cool. It’s also the perfect choice if your garden is overlooked to keep some privacy. With lightweight tiles, your conservatory is insulated and blends in with the rest of your home. With a range of beautiful tile colour options including Brick Red and Charcoal, create an extension to your home the easy way. Roof lights can be added to let in a burst of light as well as let some fresh air in. The beauty of a solid roof is that you can have a plastered ceiling to let it feel like a natural extension of your home.
Luxury lantern roofs
For the most eye-catching conservatory roof, choose a lantern roof. With glazed panels on a flat roof, you can still maintain some privacy while filling your home with light. This stunning centrepiece will add the wow factor to your home and uses a thermally broken aluminium frame that’s 500 times more efficient than other roof systems. This means you don’t have to compromise on comfort when choosing an attractive roof for your conservatory. Filling your conservatory with light as well as giving the illusion of space, a lantern roof could be the perfect thing to bring it back to life.
If you’re looking for more than just a conservatory roof, you could consider having a replacement conservatory installed which will bring a new perspective to your property and give you an extension you’re proud of. You could even choose an orangery instead.
The replacement conservatory roof specialists in Devon
Get in touch with us today if you’d like to celebrate the New Year with a brand new conservatory roof. We’re based in Newton Abbot and serve the whole of South Devon, view the areas we serve to see if we’re able to help you improve your home.