A solid conservatory roof is a great addition to your home. It adds extra space for your family to spend time together as well as creating a beautiful and cosy atmosphere.
It’s also very energy efficient. This is because it has a low U-value, which helps to keep heat inside your conservatory.
A solid conservatory roof is a great way to improve the thermal efficiency of your conservatory. It reduces the amount of heat that is transferred during a hot day and helps to keep your conservatory feeling comfortable all year round.
These roofs are also very energy efficient and can save you money on your electricity bills by reducing the need for artificial lighting. They also allow in more natural light, which will make your conservatory feel like a part of your home.
Our Equinox tiled warm conservatory roof system is lightweight and easy to install, making it a suitable choice for most replacement or new build conservatories. It is compliant with all local councils for Building Regulation approval and we can handle the process on your behalf.
One of the most significant benefits of a solid roof is how it can improve the energy efficiency of a conservatory. This makes the space warmer in winter and cooler in summer, creating a comfortable environment all year round.
This can be a big benefit for homeowners looking to make their conservatory more usable, as many existing glass or polycarbonate roofs tend to overheat in the summer and lose heat in winter, making them unusable.
Metrotile lightweight solid tiles can be easily fitted to an existing conservatory roof without requiring any structural work or the need to remove the old structure. This is far less expensive than the traditional option of removing and building a new conservatory. This reduced cost can also save money on energy bills due to improved thermo-efficiency.
Easy to install
A solid conservatory roof can easily be made watertight in a matter of hours and without the need to replace the existing windows, doors and base. This makes it a cost effective option to turn your conservatory into a comfortable living space that can be used all year round.
The new roof will also save you energy and money and help the environment. It will also make the room a great selling point should you decide to move house.
It is important to get a survey before you have your solid roof fitted because the structure may need strengthening. Adding a solid roof will also change the classification of your conservatory and mean that it needs to be signed off by building regulations. You will also need to fit insulation and double glazing.
The uncomfortable glare that can occur with polycarbonate roofs is reduced dramatically with solid conservatory roofs. This allows you to use your conservatory all year round, even on bright days.
The insulation in a solid conservatory roof is high, and this helps reduce noise from the outside. This makes your conservatory a quiet space for work or relaxation.
You can also add Velux style windows to your new replacement roof if you prefer more light. This will increase the cost but will provide an excellent addition to your home.
A solid conservatory roof will give your orangery or garden room a much more modern and sophisticated appearance, which will boost its value if you ever decide to sell your house. It will also make it more usable all year round, and you will save on heating bills.
The superior insulation of a hybrid solid roof will make your conservatory more usable all year round, keeping the space comfortable and helping to save energy costs. It will also protect your furniture against ultra-violet degradation and keep it looking fresher for longer.
Adding a tiled roof to your conservatory is easy to do and can look beautiful from the inside with a plastered finish and skylights to let in natural light. However, it’s important to ensure the underlying framework can support the weight of the new roof.
A market-leading product like Equinox or Livinroof will be precision made to your postcode with all of the necessary reinforcements built into it. This will help to keep your installation on time and in budget. The flexibility of both options means they will work with all existing conservatory styles, from sleek lean-to to large-scape P-shaped designs.