I currently have a glass roof conservatory. Would I need to obtain planning permission to do this?
Conservatory Roof Replacement – Planning is not needed but building control approval is recommended. All installations come with full LABC approval and this will help speed up the process. We also have a special rate with local authorities. We know exactly how to deal with this and will take care of the paperwork.
What guarantees do homeowners get?
Under our guarantee, we warrant that for a period of 10 years from completion of the conservatory roof replacement. It will be free from material defects in design, material, and workmanship. You will be provided with a copy of our full terms and conditions during the sales process.
Why should we invest in a conservatory roof replacement?
Many reasons: It will extend your living space and increase the value of your home. Replacing your old Conservatory roof will give you the living space you presumed you were getting when you originally had your conservatory extension installed. Providing full LABC Approval and delivering a quite incredible U Value of 0.18.
How do other people use their conservatory when they’ve had a conservatory roof replacement fitted?
People use the extra usable space as a place to retreat and relax. Some people use their new space for:
dining and entertaining areas
as a playroom for children or grandchildren
room to do arts and crafts
a room to gaze out at the stars
simply a room to close your eyes for a few minutes on a Saturday afternoon
The possibilities are endless
How can I reduce the temperature in my conservatory?
Conservatories have improved during the last 10 years and the older style conservatories always get too hot in the summer due to their glass or polycarbonate roofs. A new thermally efficient conservatory roof replacement will ensure your conservatory extension maintains its temperature all year round. Keeping it cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Why does a new conservatory roof reduce the temperature?
Reducing the temperature in your conservatory extension with a high-performance insulated roof system. The roof is made from:
pre-engineered lightweight frame
2 layers of rigid insulation board
internal insulated plasterboard
exterior grade plywood
All of this gives you a thermally efficient space in your home. Compare this to the older style glass or polycarbonate roofs and you can understand why there is such a difference in temperature. Your new replacement is fully tested and approved to all thermal and structural standards. It will keep the warm air out in the summer and prevent the heat from escaping in the winter. Providing you with savings on your energy bills as well as making it a usable space in your home.
How does a warm roof regulate the temperature?
Older style conservatories that have glass roofs get hot due to the sun shining through. You can have special types of glass that act as a filter between the two, accepting the sunlight whilst reducing the amount of the sun’s heat that transmitted into a conservatory through the glass. Unfortunately, this wasn’t commonly used in the construction of older style conservatories.
Older style polycarbonate roofs make your conservatory hot as polycarbonate isn’t a great thermal insulator. Also, it is unable to keep the warmth in when the temperatures drop or the heat out when the sun is out. This makes your conservatory feel like an unbearably hot greenhouse.
Conservatory Roof Taunton, Somerset – A conservatory that has been built well, with good foundations and a UPVC structure can last for 20 years. However, a solid conservatory roof is crucial for its longevity. A new tiled conservatory roof will give it a new lease of life and make it usable and attractive for years to come.
How does a new conservatory roof increase the temperature during Winter?
It will increase the temperature in your conservatory in the winter with its high performance insulated roof system. This prevents the heat generated from your central heating from escaping.
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