If you’re looking to transform your conservatory and give it a new lease of life, adding a solid conservatory roof is a great option. Not only can you enjoy a warmer, better-insulated space all year round but you’ll also save money on heating bills thanks to your new energy efficient conservatory roof.
The solid roof is a lightweight alternative to traditional tiles and comes in various designs and colours so that it can match your existing conservatory. It is highly insulated with purpose-made roof insulation and can be fitted with extra lights or a flat plaster ceiling as desired by you.
A solid roof is more difficult to penetrate than a polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof so will deter burglars and intruders. They are also a great choice for those with allergies as they reduce the amount of dust that can circulate in the room.
When choosing a contractor for your solid conservatory roof, it’s important to find a local installer that has experience with this type of work and can offer the best prices and after-care. They should have LABC Registered Detail certification and be able to show you the structural survey they have carried out on your existing conservatory before any work is done. This will check the load transmissions through the existing foundations, resistance of the new roof and junctions to moisture and ensure that the new structure complies with building regulations. solid conservatory roof