What are the options for replacement conservatory roofs?

Whether you had one installed yourself, or “inherited one”, poly-carbonate conservatory roofs are the prime candidate for replacement these days. The reasons are simple: they allow the conservatory to get too hot, too cold and make a lot of noise in the rain.

So, if you are of the mind to make a change, what are the options for replacement conservatory roofs?

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Probably the first thing to decide is whether you want to retain a translucent roof or move to a solid conservatory roof.

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Translucent, in this case would mean a double glazed conservatory roof, anything less than double glazed is going to give you the same old heat management problems that came wit the polycarbonate.

Toughened or tempered glass is recommended for strength and safety reasons.

As for solid conservatory roofs, you have a few options:

  1. Quarried Slate
  2. Synthetic Slate
  3. Concrete tile
  4. Terracotta tile
  5. Metal tile
  6. Synthetic tile
  7. Composite panels

Each one of these styles will bring it’s own appeal, that could be related to price or to appearance. However, you need to consult with a replacement conservatory roofs expert to carry out a survey of your existing room to see if it going to be able to take the added weight.

If you want to know more detail about options for tiled conservatory roofs, you can see more at https://www.localconservatoryprices.co.uk/

Cost Guide For Replacement Conservatory Roofs