The best way to transform your conservatory into a room you can use all year round is by replacing the roof. A new roof will help regulate temperature and natural light, making it easier to use all the time.
Adding a solid roof to your conservatory is much faster than building an entirely new extension and can be done with minimum disruption. With modern glass and tiled roofs you can enjoy your conservatory all year round with a space that is thermally efficient, brighter, and looks like part of your home.
As the saying goes, ‘all good things come to an end’, and unfortunately this is true of your old conservatory roof. Problems can arise that you might have been prepared to live with, such as leaks and condensation, but these issues becoming more regular may be a sign it’s time for an upgrade.
A leaking conservatory roof isn’t just damaging to your conservatory, it can also damage the furniture and contents inside. A leaking roof can lead to damp and mould which can make the room uncomfortable and unusable and if left unchecked could become an issue that affects the structural integrity of your conservatory. A replacement roof will provide you with a watertight and insulated roof, which can be designed to match your existing roof colour so that it creates a seamless appearance. This means you can transform your conservatory into a cosy and useable part of your home and add value to your property at the same time. Conservatory roof replacement