How to Replace Conservatory Roofs

The roof is arguably the most important aspect of any conservatory. It protects you from the elements and allows natural light into the space, which both help to make your conservatory a living area all year round. If your conservatory roof is looking a bit weathered, it’s time to consider replacement. There are plenty of options available, including solid roofs and glazed ones.

Glass conservatory roofs are incredibly popular and look really smart. Swathes of gorgeous glazing flood the space with bright and warming natural light, creating a cosy and welcoming feel. They suit most property styles, from archetypal Victorian terraces in Colchester and 1930s built residences in Rickmansworth to luxury mansions in Weybridge.

While glass looks beautiful, the main drawback of conservatories with all-glass roofs is their ability to become too hot in summer and too cold in winter. That’s why advances in insulated glass technology have helped to create ‘performance’ roofs that effectively control the temperature.

Another problem is leaking conservatory roofs, which can be costly to repair. One of the most common causes of leaking is poorly fitted lead flashing. The faulty lead is often tied to the brickwork with caulking, and this can be forced back up through the roof causing water ingress. Another cause of leaks is perished roof seals, which can be easily replaced. The best way to check whether you have any of these issues is to book a professional conservatory roof survey.

Whether you want to repair an existing conservatory roof or breathe new life into an old one, the first thing to do is set yourself a budget for the work. This will create a foundation that will help you decide what features to include with your project.

Once you have a budget in mind, it’s time to start researching your options. It’s important to find a company that has good reviews and is a member of the Conservatory Association (or similar body). A well-established and reliable roofing company will have no problem providing you with references from previous customers.

You’ll also need to think about the type of roof you want, and if there are any other elements you’d like to add into your project. For example, you could choose to add a vaulted ceiling to your conservatory and even add Velux-style windows if you’d like. You can get an idea of what your project is likely to cost by using our online quoting tool. It’s completely free to use and can provide a quote tailored to your specific requirements in just a couple of minutes. Alternatively, you can get in touch with our design experts to speak directly about your project. We’re always happy to help. conservatory roofs swansea

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