Polycarbonate roofing panels are a great option for many home and commercial building applications due to their light weight, durability, and high impact strength. They are often used for greenhouses and patio covers, but they also can be found in a wide variety of applications, such as conservatories.
Conservatories are charming structures with glass walls and roofs that allow homeowners to enjoy the outdoors without leaving their property. These glazed structures can be designed as standalone buildings or attached to existing structures. They can serve as dining rooms, entertainment areas, or game rooms for the family, and are also ideal displays and showrooms for businesses.
Thermoplastic polycarbonate is a popular choice for conservatories as it’s lightweight and can withstand extreme temperatures. It can withstand boiling and freezing temperatures without losing its toughness, and it’s resistant to most harsh weather conditions including rain, snow, hail, and falling branches.
Another benefit of polycarbonate is its low maintenance – it’s simple to clean with soap and water, and it can be cut or folded easily if necessary. It can be shaped to fit the contours of any structure, and it’s also a very cost-effective choice for large buildings such as conservatories.
Insulating a conservatory is essential to keep it warm and comfortable throughout the year. This means choosing the right insulating material and a good installer is critical to making sure the installation works efficiently.
A well-insulated conservatory will not only help you save money on energy bills, but it can be a great place to relax and unwind. However, it’s important to choose a reputable supplier that can provide you with the best quality materials and services.
We can install a wide range of glass roof options for your conservatory. From self-cleaning active surfaces that degrade dirt particles to soft coat inner layers that enhance thermal insulation, you can choose a roof panel that’s right for your home and your budget.
Conservatories that have a glass roof are a great way to let natural light into your home and they’re much less noisy than polycarbonate roofs, as they don’t reverberate. They’re also easier to clean, and you can opt for solar heat reflecting sheets, which reduce heat loss in your conservatory.
Quietguard is a simple retrofit solution that cuts the resonant frequency of your conservatory roof and eliminates noise from heavy rainfall. It’s easy to install and can usually be completed within a day*.
The installation of conservatory roof panels can be carried out by an experienced, qualified installer. It’s a fast, efficient way to upgrade the look and feel of your conservatory.
You’ll be amazed at how a conservatory with a glass roof can improve the appearance of your home and add value to your property. A glass roof can also be a great space for storing plants and other garden tools, and it can provide a fantastic view of your garden.
The team at Andy Glass Windows can help you design and install a roof system that’s perfectly suited to your home. Using our extensive knowledge of conservatory roof systems, we’ll work with you to find the perfect solution for your needs. Contact us today for more information or to arrange a visit with our friendly staff.