A tiled conservatory roof is a great way to transform your old polycarbonate or glass extension into a room that can be used 365 days a year and provides value to your home. They can be retro-fitted to existing conservatories, without altering the structure of the building and are a cost effective option to a complete redesign.
The most significant benefit of a conservatory roof replacement is that it works just like part of your house, so you can use the space 365 days a year and don’t have to deal with extreme seasonal changes in temperature or glare from the sun. It also increases the property’s market value as it is considered an energy efficient, attractive addition to the home.
Unlike polycarbonate or glass roofs, a solid conservatory roof replacement is able to keep heat in the room as it is designed with an insulated layer that prevents heat from escaping. This makes the conservatory comfortable all year round and will reduce your energy bills – helping to make your home more energy efficient and lower your carbon footprint.
A tiled conservatory roof is also very durable and can be fitted with internal plastered walls, which provides the opportunity to install lighting. It is a cost-effective alternative to a new conservatory, yet offers a modern look and feel and is a popular choice for customers that want to improve their existing living space. Replacing an existing conservatory with a solid roof does not require planning permission but you will need to have your structure assessed and ensure it can support the weight of a new solid roof. You will also need to have building regulation approval as adding a solid roof to your conservatory classifies it as a permanent extension and may require structural alterations. tiled conservatory roof