Solid Conservatory Roof Panels

If you have a conservatory that struggles to acclimatise to the weather, then you could benefit from a solid roof replacement. A solid roof can improve the thermal efficiency of a conservatory and turn it into a comfortable, useable space that is a real extension of your home.

Solid conservatory roof panels are made bespoke to fit the existing framework of your conservatory. They are designed and manufactured in Great Britain and consist of aluminium sheets which are folded around a 75mm layer of insulation. The inside of the panel is lined with a felt membrane to protect against moisture and the elements, and the outside of the panel is covered with lightweight tiles, which can be manufactured from a variety of materials. These can be natural slate, clay or plastic shingles and are available in various colours to match the rest of your home.

The panels are a quick and easy way to improve the insulation of your conservatory. They are easily fastened to the existing framework, and once complete there is an air gap around them that helps to prevent cold draughts and hot spots. The panels are also UV protected, so there is no risk of them discolouring or weakening over time.

A solid roof is a great option to consider if you want to upgrade your conservatory and give it a new, more contemporary look. They are a good choice for those who like the idea of a light, bright and open space that can be used to entertain or relax. You can even add additional lighting and integrated speakers to create a perfect space to unwind or have dinner with friends.

There are a number of benefits that you will enjoy with a new solid conservatory roof, including energy saving and reduced noise. A solid roof will also help to reduce the amount of sunlight that enters the conservatory, so it isn’t too hot or glaring during the day. This makes it much more comfortable to use, especially when you are working or relaxing with a book.

You should bear in mind that installing a solid conservatory roof will require some structural work, so there will be some disruption while this is being carried out. You may also need to have a building regulations survey conducted as the change of roof classification will need to be approved. Your Ultra Installer will be able to help with this process and liaise with your local authority on your behalf.

Some people find that a solid conservatory roof can limit the amount of daylight they get into their space, so you might want to consider adding some roof windows in addition to your solid conservatory roof. A part solid, part glazed roof will help to mitigate this issue and create a comfortable living space that feels like a true extension of your home in the Midlands.

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