Types of Conservatory Roof Replacement

Over time, even the most well-made conservatories can start to deteriorate. Small issues like condensation or leaking may seem insignificant at first, but can become more frequent and impact the way your conservatory is used. When this occurs, it can be a good time to consider conservatory roof replacement.

Upgrading your conservatory roof to a tiled roof or a solid conservatory roof will transform it into a room that can be enjoyed all year round. It will also increase the value of your property, making it more appealing to potential buyers.

What are the different types of conservatory roofs available?

Choosing the right replacement conservatory roof will depend on your budget, style preference and how you intend to use your conservatory. Polycarbonate roofs with uPVC framing are the cheapest, but suffer from limited style options and poor energy performance. Classic glass roofs are a step up in price but offer more design flexibility and better energy efficiency.

If you’re looking for a replacement conservatory roof that offers the best of both worlds, then look no further than a LivinRoof hybrid conservatory roof. This roof combines the best of both glass and tiles to create an attractive, insulated space that is both warm and energy efficient.

A tiled roof will transform your conservatory into a living space that is more like the rest of your home. It will allow for plenty of natural light, and you can choose to add full-height glazing panels or smaller Velux windows depending on your preferences.

Traditional concrete and slate tiles are an option for those wanting to maintain a traditional feel to their new conservatory roof. These tiles are extremely insulating but do require more structural support. Plastic and metal tiles are a more modern alternative that offer similar insulating properties. However, they are more lightweight and require less structural support than their traditional counterparts.

Solid conservatory roofs are considered material alteration work and as such will require a Building Regulation application to be submitted and inspected by your local council. However, this does not have to be a complicated or stressful process. The experts at EYG can submit the necessary paperwork on your behalf and have the work inspected to ensure that it meets all the required regulations.

To find out more about converting your conservatory to a solid or tiled roof, speak to the expert team at EYG today. We can provide a bespoke design service and conduct a free survey of your property to help you make the right decision for your needs. Contact us online or by phone to get started. conservatory roof replacement

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