Conservatories are a great way to add space and light to your home. They allow you to create a whole new room with ease, which can be used for any purpose, from a playroom for the kids to an office or dining room. With a range of options available, including the latest lightweight roof styles and solid tiled conservatory roofs, we can help you choose the perfect option for your needs.
Aesthetically a tiled roof is the perfect choice to suit your property, transforming your conservatory into a natural extension of your house. They come in a wide range of colours and styles to match your decor and are designed to look like a permanent addition to your home.
You can also choose to have the ceiling of your conservatory tiled too, allowing you to personalise the look of your conservatory and make it a real focal point. You can paint the ceiling any colour to match your home or even finish it with plasterboard or tongue and groove, as well as adding spotlights or hanging lights for an extra touch of style.
A solid tiled conservatory roof is designed to offer excellent energy efficiency – and that means you won’t be struggling to keep your living space warm or cool during the colder months. Britmet’s lightweight tiles provide a high level of thermal insulation, which will reduce your heating bills and make sure your conservatory stays comfortable all year round.
Removing draughts and condensation: A solid tiled roof is designed to block out draughts so that you can enjoy your conservatory even when it’s raining. This will also prevent the build up of moisture and condensation in the roof linings which can lead to problems such as damp, mould and mildew.
Sound Insulation: A solid tiled conservatory will help to reduce the amount of noise coming into your living space, ensuring you can relax in comfort. The hardwearing roof tiles help to absorb noise and create a more peaceful environment, which is particularly helpful if you live in an area with high levels of noise.
A good quality tiled conservatory can be quite expensive, but that is a small price to pay for the additional living space it will give you. If you’re planning to sell your property in the future, a conservatory could be a fantastic addition to help increase the value of your home.
The cost of a solid tiled conservatory can vary depending on the size and shape, and the materials you choose to use for the roof. However, the average cost of a solid tiled conservatory in the UK is around PS8,065 to PS53,120.
Choosing the Right Material:
The type of material you choose for your conservatory will be important when it comes to energy efficiency and how long the structure will last. You can choose from a range of different types, including glass, polycarbonate, wood and even solid glazed panels.
You should also consider what type of lighting will be needed to use your conservatory. The best thing to do is work with your local installation team to decide the best style for your needs, as there are a wide range of options to choose from, including skylights and LED light fittings.