What conservatory roofing options are there?
Answered by Island Wide Building And Renovating Services
16th December 2019
Island Wide Building And Renovating Services answered the question "What conservatory roofing options are there?"
There are three main types of roof 1, budget which would be polycarbonate sheets 2, glass and thirdly a warm roof. Each has its place like I said the budget option is good for porches lean tos on the side of a house for you to put a washing machine but not good if you want to use the space to sit etc. Glass is an upgrade for a sunroom but has limited use on some conservatories/ sunrooms as it can get to hot in the summer and to cold in the winter. But now you can get a warm roof that keeps a better temperature all year round and makes a more usable space. If you have a sunroom or conservatory that’s not usable you can retro fit a warm roof in most cases
Answered by Solar Windows & Conservatories Ltd
25th February 2019
Solar Windows & Conservatories Ltd answered the question "What conservatory roofing options are there?"
There are three main roof options to consider when choosing a conservatory. Polycarbonate Sheeting Polycarbonate sheeting can be specified in a number of colours such as bronze, clear, blue etc. Polycarbonate is generally chosen as a budget alternative to glass and may not be as aesthetically pleasing as a glass roof Glass Glass is generally a bit more expensive than polycarbonate but it offers a lot more thermal efficiency as well as being more aesthetically pleasing. Glass stands up to harsher weather better than polycarbonate Glass is more thermally efficient than polycarbonate Glass roofs can retain more heat than polycarbonate roofs. Tiled There are a number of systems available which utilise insulation and metal tiles. These roofs are much more thermally efficient than glass or polycarbonate. A wide range of tiles colours are available Generally tiled roofs keep a conservatory collier in the summer and warmer in the winter. They can transform your conservatory into a room you can use all year round