Solid Conservatory Roofs

While the idea might put some people off, solid conservatory roofs are increasingly popular with homeowners. The reason for this is because they offer great insulation and weather protection which helps keep your home warm in wintertime without having any worries about leaks or other problems associated with cheaper types of construction material like vinyl siding on some properties.

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Facts about Solid Conservatory Roofs

Do you have an old conservatory that you never used? Or maybe you’re considering building a conservatory, but you’re not sure whether to go for a solid roof or a traditional glass roof? If so, read on for some facts about solid conservatory roofs that might help make your decision.

In England, building regulations for solid conservatory roofs were introduced in February 2010. This means that any new conservatory built since then must have a solid roof if it’s going to be used as an extra room, rather than just a sunroom or greenhouse. Can Solid Conservatory Roofs be retrofitted? Yes, Solid conservatory roofs can also be retrofitted to old conservatories, so if you have an existing conservatory that you want to make more use of, this is an option worth considering.

One advantage of solid conservatory roofs is that they help keep the temperature inside the conservatory more constant than glass roofs. In summer, the roof will reflect some of the heat away, and in winter, it will help trap some heat from the sun, making the conservatory a more comfortable place to be in all year round.

Another advantage is that solid conservatory roofs can help reduce noise from outside, so if you live on a busy road or next to a railway line, this might be something to bear in mind.

Finally, because they are more substantial than glass roofs, solid conservatory roofs tend to give the conservatory a more “solid” feel and make it look more like an extension of the house rather than just a garden room.

A solid conservatory roof is made of solid materials, as opposed to materials like glass or polycarbonate. Solid conservatory roofs are often made of aluminium, steel, or concrete. While solid conservatory roofs are more expensive than their more traditional counterparts, they offer several advantages:

  1. Solid conservatory roofs are much more durable, meaning they will last longer and require less maintenance.
  2. Solid conservatory roofs can significantly reduce noise pollution, making them ideal for homes in busy areas.
  3. Solid conservatory roofs can help to regulate the temperature inside the Conservatory, making it more comfortable to use all year round.

For these reasons, solid conservatory roofs are an increasingly popular choice for homeowners looking to add value to their property.  Contact Smart Conservatory Roof Replacement today to learn more about our Solid Conservatory Roof services.

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We value your home as if it were our own and only use the highest quality materials for our solid roofs. We know that a new conservatory roof is a significant investment, so you can rest assured that your investment is protected. We look forward to helping you breathe new life into your home. 

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