There are many benefits to an insulated conservatory roof system. We’d like to talk through the ones that we think are the best and tend to hit home the hardest with our customers.
Trends come and go in the world of home improvements. One of those that had almost disappeared is what was called a ‘lean-to’ conservatory. It was often viewed as a basic design, as its construction was simpler than other shapes – and then often its roof was polycarbonate, giving it an inexpensive appearance. But advances in design and technology have brought the ‘lean-to’ back to life.
Are you the kind of person who looks forward to a cosy winter? Chunky knits, the nights drawing in and pumpkin spiced lattes (yes, they’re back!). It’s great to come home and snuggle up in the warmth, but before you do, make sure you’re prepared for the winter ahead – the colder weather can cause havoc with your home.
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In short, yes. You can put a solid roof on an existing conservatory. This is called a ‘retrofit’ within the industry and is becoming increasingly popular amongst homeowners who have older conservatories and are looking to upgrade (as well as add value to their home).
A lightweight conservatory roof replacement can help to protect your conservatory and ensure that you get the most out of such a valuable asset.
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