What is the Best Type of Conservatory Roof?
24th May 2021
24th May 2021
So the time has come for you to upgrade the roof on your conservatory, and as an experienced double glazing company, we know that choosing which type of conservatory roof can seem like a difficult task.
There are so many different types of replacement conservatory roof to choose from, and with so much information out there, it can become a little confusing as to which option might be best for your home.
That is why we have created this article to summarise the benefits and features of each conservatory roof style to give you all the information you need to make the best choice for your home in Worthing, West Sussex and the surrounding areas.
A conservatory roof is an essential component of your conservatory. It sits on the window and door frames and helps to keep out the unpredictable British weather. Traditional conservatory roofs were often glazed. As time has moved on, this style of roof has been adapted to meet the demands of the modern homeowner.
We understand the issues that homeowners have with their conservatories. The biggest complaints we hear are that their conservatory is too cold during the winter and feels like a greenhouse in the summer. That is why our modern conservatory roofs are designed to be temperature regulated for the summer and energy-efficient for the winter.
Our range of replacement roofs includes glass conservatory roofs, solid conservatory roofs and tiled conservatory roofs.
Our modern conservatory roof designs are built with performance in mind. This means once they are installed onto your property, you will benefit from market-leading performance values such as energy efficiency, security and durability.
Our conservatory roofs are built with high-quality frames and toughened glass, making them practically impossible to break into. This design also means they retain heat within your home for longer periods, helping you stay warm and comfortable and reduce your heating bills over time.
Each conservatory roof can be customised and tailored to match your exact specifications. Therefore, you can easily choose the colour and hardware options you are looking for to match your new conservatory roof to the existing aesthetic of your home.
The answer to this question depends completely on your taste and the existing style of your home.
If you want to add more light to your home, then a glass conservatory roof will be the best option for you. You can then get full use out of your conservatory regardless of the weather as the large expanses of glass allow light to flood into your home.
Although not as much light will enter your home, solid and tiled conservatory roofs offer exceptional performance in energy efficiency and weatherproofing all year round. The solid roof can be installed with glazing. However, the tiled roof cannot.
Our solid roofs are the perfect solution for those homeowners looking to upgrade from a polycarbonate roof. This roof profile is extremely durable and will be a staple on your extension for many years to come.
With our tiled roof systems, you can easily customise the tiles’ colour to match your home’s existing aesthetic. This replacement roof style is perfect for more traditional-looking homes and conveys a sense of warmth and comfort in its design.
Find out more about our conservatory roofs in Worthing and East Sussex by contacting our team via our online contact form.
You can also use our online quoting engine to receive a free conservatory roof quote.