Replacement Conservatory Roofs from LMD Conservatory Roofs
So you have reached the end of the road with your existing conservatory roof, and you are looking at the options of replacing your conservatory with an extension or investing in a replacement conservatory roof.
You know it’s time to replace the old conservatory roof when:
Your finding it unbearably hot in the summer and so cold in the winter that the theory of increasing the outside living space simply is not working for you.
When you go into your conservatory for some peace and quiet and the outside rain is pounding on the existing conservatory polycarbonate roof.
When you look at your utility bills and they are soaring because of the low energy rating in your old conservatory.
If you feel any one of these descriptions matches your current circumstances then perhaps its time to consider a replacement conservatory roof.
Considering a Replacement Conservatory Roof
You need to have an idea of what you want the roof to look like, be made from and how strong it should be, as well as the type of doors and windows you want to have installed. Here is a little guide to the different options available to you to help you make up your mind.
The Tiled Conservatory Roof
The issues with your current roof are mainly as a result of the current Polycarbonate roof, no energy efficiency ratings and thin roof materials equals an unhappy owner, therefore one of the most important aspects of your replacement conservatory roof is the type, style and design of the new roof.
Some people choose to have their conservatories tiled, to make it feel more like an extension, with insulated roofing, plastered ceilings, lights and roof windows to add a little extra natural lighting.
If saving money is the major concern its worth investing a little more in the structure, that way you should get a better return when you sell the property (higher selling price) and reduced utility bills whilst you are using the conservatory.
Insulation is the Key to lower bills
Insulated roof, tiled and plastered will not only provide an enhanced finish it will minimize energy loss raising from within the conservatory.
Insulated glass will prevent heat from escaping your conservatory – perfect for hot summer day and cold winters. Many of them come double glazed to prevent this heat loss, but you can also purchase them with a special coating that stops the loss of heat through the roof.
Self-cleaning glass may sound a little futuristic, but it’s actually really useful. The outer coating on the glass panels reacts to sunlight in order to break down the dirt particles that have built up on the glass. Due to this, you won’t need to clean them nearly as often as you would with regular glass panes.
Reflective glass is able to reduce the glare of the sun. This is perfect for those hot summer days spent reading and relaxing in the warm sunshine. It’s particularly useful for conservatories that face the sun, as they won’t receive the blinding glare to nearly the same degree again.
What To Do Next
LMD Conservatory Roof are a design and conservatory roof installation specialist consultancy, they offer a free survey and design meeting to advise customers on the best course to achieve their requirements.
Book a Free Design Survey with LMD Conservatory roofs
Look forward to having a new place to relax, or even just a little more space in the living room. Not everyone remembers the importance of choosing the right materials for the roof, windows, and conservatory door, however they will remember years of comfortable living. Start that journey with a free replacement conservatory roof design meeting with LMD Conservatory Roofs
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