Extra insulation: Keeping your conservatory cool in summer and warm in winter, choose a glass conservatory roof filled with argon gas to help keep your home-to-garden space insulated and usable all year round. Keep it cool: If you’re concerned about your conservatory becoming too hot, choosing a UV blocking tinted polycarbonate roof can prevent heat entering the conservatory on hot days, helping to regulate the temperature inside the conservatory during summer and keep it cool. Each conservatory roof type plays a role in regulating the temperature of the room and the amount of natural light entering the space. Whether you want an abundance of light through a glass roof or an affordable and efficient polycarbonate roof, there are plenty of conservatory roof styles and shapes for you to consider. To get the most out of your money and the conservatory itself, it’s worth taking the time to think about how different types of conservatory roofs will affect how much you’ll need to budget for, and how often you’ll use the room once the roof is installed. Unlike some conservatory roofs, which allow bad UV rays in your home that can damage your property, the LivinRoof will only allow the right ones in.
A lean-to conservatory creates a spacious and sun-filled extension to your home. With a simple, sloping roof and clean straight lines, the lean-to conservatory is an excellent choice for those wanting to upgrade their home with a stylish and modern space. Because we believe in a personal service, we advise on all aspects of the required conservatories & extensions construction work; ensuring you feel comfortable you have made the perfect home improvement choice to suit your lifestyle. Designed to suit properties limited by height restrictions, you can customise an entirely bespoke project – choose your preferred roof, doors and window frames. Sun protection: There are also options for adding UV protection to your glass conservatory roof, keeping you safe from the harmful effects of the sun’s rays. This glass features an invisible coating which uses UV energy from the sun to power a chemical reaction that breaks down organic droppings and dirt. This comes down to glass being more expensive and heavier than a polycarbonate roof. They are also are designed to provide an attractive and economic finish for all types of roof down to 10° pitch. But obviously there are up rated glass types to combat this heat loss such as a Pilkington K glass or Celsius Conservatory Glass roof.
If you are thinking about replacing your conservatory roof, then it is important that you are properly informed on the various types of roof that are popular at the moment. But, with a more comprehensive list of benefits, it’s the glass conservatory roof that’s likely to offer the most to individuals. Long-lasting: For a few hundred pounds more you can buy a long-lasting glass conservatory roof that can not only withstand the elements but will also stay looking good for years to come with the right maintenance and care. What Styles Of Conservatory Roof Are Available? Anglian offer two different styles of Solid Roof Conservatories: Contemporary or Traditional. The biggest advantage of a glass roof is its thermal efficiency. This means that its extremely heat efficient and with our roofing system gives a U value (the measurement of heat loss) of around 1.4. As a guide a standard piece of glass is around 2.4 the lower the value the greater. Due to their advanced design, our replacement conservatory roofs are fully compliant with Building Regulations and have JHAI system approval, giving you peace of mind from the outset of your replacement roof project. Giving you a glare-free clear view of the sky above, you can watch clouds float by and the stars come out from the comfort of your cosy conservatory.
Keeping the space a little warmer during winter means you can continue to use your conservatory without the worry of it being too cold. Designed to be tough and durable, should the glass become damaged or faulty over time, individual panels can be replaced quickly and easily with as little disruption to your household as possible. At ConservatoryLand, our roofing products are designed to suit a wide range of budgets and individual requirements. The best tiles to use will be the ones that suit the design of the conservatory and the house to which it is attached and which fit within your budget. These means that a heavy hail storm could inevitably lead to scratches and dents that will sit there until and accumulate over time. Generally a Conservatory glass roof will have a noise reduction of over 100% compared to a 25mm Polycarbonate roof. Unlike many of the other roof systems in the marketplace, the Guardian Warm Roof has been on the market for over ten years in Ireland and is a well established and reliable roof system, so reliable that it is fully approved by the LABC.