A conservatory makes a fantastic addition to any home.
But after having had your conservatory for awhile, you might find you want to change the roof. Whether to improve the energy efficiency of your home, or to help manage the temperature, a conservatory roof replacement can make all the difference.
We take a look at the different conservatory roofs available.
A glass roof is the traditional choice for a conservatory and probably the roof that most people think of when they think of a conservatory roof.
This is the preferred choice for people for whom a conservatory is more of an outdoor space, as the glass roof helps bring the outside in, allowing for more natural light into the room.
The downside to this is that it can be more difficult to regulate the temperature and glass-roofed conservatories which spend a lot of the day in the sun are prone to overheating very quickly.
This can be reduced with a few measures, such as installing blinds or reflective glass, but if it is becoming a problem which is preventing you getting the full enjoyment from your conservatory, it may be worth considering replacing your glass roof with a tiled roof.
A tiled roof conservatory gives your conservatory a much more solid feel to it, making it feel more like an extension to the house, rather than a separate room in the garden.
Tiled conservatory roofs also enable you to regulate the temperature in your conservatory more effectively, helping to keep it cooler during the summer and warmer in the winter, so you can get more enjoyment from your conservatory all year round.
Another benefit, and one which many don’t consider when purchasing their conservatory in the first place, is that a tiled roof is much more effective than glass at reducing rain noise. Rain noise can become quite overbearing with a glass roof, making it difficult to relax.
No matter which conservatory roof you’re after, at Trade 2 Trade Windows we are able to supply and install a range of conservatory roofs throughout the Kent area. Book a conservatory roof replacement today.