What Type of Conservatory Roof Should I Choose?
For Cheltenham or Gloucester homeowners looking to finish an extension, or breathe life back into an old conservatory, it can be difficult to know which conservatory roof to choose. There are so many different replacement roof options that you don’t know your difference between a solid or a tiled roof, with some installers and suppliers using the same term to define both styles. That’s why the High-Tech Windows team has put together this help and advice article to give you information on conservatory roofs and what type you should choose for your property.
What is a Conservatory Roof?
A conservatory roof is arguably the most important part of any conservatory or extension. This roofing system sits on the window and door frames, keeping out the changeable Gloucestershire weather. In the 1980s, a common conservatory roof profile was the glass design. This style has been refined over the years to meet the standards of the modern homeowner.
For the modern Cheltenham homeowner, there is more than one roof option you can decide for your property. As well as the glass conservatory roof option, there is the basic polycarbonate conservatory roofs. You can now also choose tiled designs, roofs with solid composite panels, and roof lanterns for your conservatory. Each one offers a range of different benefits to your conservatory.
What are the Benefits of a Conservatory Roof?
By investing in a modern conservatory roof, you’ll enjoy a range of benefits for your Cheltenham property. Modern replacement roofs are manufactured from the best materials, helping to improve the weather performance of your extension. Unlike older designs, heat is trapped within your extension in the cold months, and a cool temperature regulated in the winter months. This allows the Gloucestershire homeowner to make full use of their space throughout the year.
For Gloucestershire homeowners looking to replace ageing conservatory roofs, chances are you might be looking to replace them to keep the elements out. Your extension will not be blighted by cold draughts or damp. Even in the strongest of weather, modern roof profiles will help to retain the comfort of your home. For homeowners upgrading on a polycarbonate roof, they will not be deafened in heavy
What’s the Best Type of Conservatory Roof?
This question can only be answered by what you’re looking for from a new conservatory roof. If you’re wanting a space that you can flood with light, a glass design is the better option. This roof option allows the Cheltenham homeowner to take in the changeable seasons from the comfort of indoors.
For homeowners wanting to make more of an extension from their conservatory, a solid or tiled conservatory roof is the perfect option. These roofing options allow you to make full use of your extension throughout the year, no matter what the seasons outside are doing. Both options can have an internal pelmet included within the design, which can be plastered to make your conservatory look like a real room.
A solid conservatory roof is a perfect upgrade to old polycarbonate designs. Panes of glazing can be incorporated into the profile, flooding your Cheltenham home with light. Unlike polycarbonate conservatory roofs, you won’t be deafened in heavy rain. This roof profile is more robust by its design, providing more protection for your property.
The tile conservatory roofs have customisable tile colours. These match the existing tiles of your Cheltenham property, blending into the rest of the extension. As with the solid design, this roof can have panels of glazing incorporated into the design, and can be fit with an internal pelmet. This option will truly give your conservatory the feel of a real extension.
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If you’ve been inspired to get a conservatory roof installed at your Cheltenham or Gloucester home, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our team can be called on 01452 857 057 or you can fill out an online contact form and a member of the High-Tech Windows team will be in touch.
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