The 3 main types of conservatory roofs
Polycarbonate conservatory roof – the most affordable conservatory roofing
Polycarbonate roofs have been a popular choice, as they offer a cheaper alternative to a glass roof, while also creating a bright extra space in your home. Although they have been known not to be as well insulated as other types of roofs, modern polycarbonate roofs are now better equipped to deal with the elements.
Polycarbonate sheets are lightweight, yet structurally strong and stable and an affordable hassle-free solution to upgrading your conservatory. The polycarbonate roof is not only 3 to 4 times cheaper than glass, but it allows to be fitted in just one day. It comes clear or tinted with the blue tinted roof reducing heat gain with as much as 7 degrees, while minimising glare.
Glass conservatory roofing maximising natural light
If you are looking to create a room with plenty of sunlight, then a glass roof replacement will provide a flood of natural light into your conservatory and create a functional year-round room with a welcoming and spacious feel. The glass roof, windows and doors will allow you to enjoy your garden from the comfort of your own home and opens your conservatory to fantastic aerial view.
Modern thermal efficient glass roofs will help reduce heat build-up and glare in the summer, while minimising heat loss in the winter to ensure greater temperature control and fantastic heating bill savings. Choose the revolutionary self-cleaning glass that reacts with the sunlight to break down dirt particles, to give your conservatory a long-lasting crystal clean look.
Tiled conservatory roofing creating a year-round sunroom
Opt in for a solid warm conservatory roof to build a stunning versatile year-round sunroom. The tiled roof will give your conservatory the look and feel of a proper extension, matching the design of your home exterior. Fully customisable, you can choose from a variety of roof styles, tiles and slate colours.
The warm roof is highly insulated, so you can forget about the extreme seasonal temperature fluctuations in your conservatory. You can benefit from unmatched thermal efficiency, keeping your sunroom warm during the winter and cool and comfortable during the summer.
A conservatory is nothing without a good roof and investing in a quality energy-efficient roof is a great way to create a comfortable extra living space in your home, or to breathe new life into your old conservatory. Choose Ashdale Home Improvements for your next home improvement projects and our highly experienced team will take care of everything for you, from providing you with an initial quote, to design and installation.