So many people don’t even use their conservatory for half the year, largely due to the poor energy efficiency of old roofs.
A conservatory that’s scorching in the summer and freezing in the winter is a common thing for many. Not only is this an inefficient use of space in your home, but an inefficient use of energy and heat, meaning that your old roof could be driving up your heating bills.
Conservatory roofs can now be replaced, using insulating materials and technology, allowing you to replace and upgrade your roof and enjoy the benefits of your living space, all year round.
Save on Your Energy Bills
Glass and polycarbonate roofs allow extreme temperature to turn your conservatory into a freezer or greenhouse. Many new conservatory roofs reduce glare from the sun, so your conservatory won’t overheat. They are also draught-free and won’t let any heat escape - meaning you save money on your heating bills.
Increase the Value of Your Home
On top of adding living space to your home, a new conservatory roof can also add value by adding aesthetics. Previously, you had to put up with unsightly damp spots or mould build-up because you could not replace the roof separately. As technologies have advanced, this is no longer a problem. This means that your conservatory can look and perform at its best, adding to your home’s value.
Conservatories can be very expensive to own, especially as they begin to deteriorate. Servicing a conservatory roof can be extremely time consuming, costly, and if done poorly, can significantly damage your house value. Upgrading your roof with modern materials can help to extend the life of your conservatory.