Centered around rebirth and growth, spring presents the ideal opportunity to revive your home just in time for summer. But with so many refurbishment options to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to begin.
So, is it worth getting a new conservatory roof?
Replacing your old conservatory roof with a modern alternative is worth its weight in gold. Not only will it drastically improve insulation levels inside, replacing an old polycarbonate roof with a solid tiled conservatory roof can boost your property value by around 10%. With overall average house prices in Wolverhampton reaching £202,794, replacing your conservatory roof could provide you with an increase of £20,279!
Other benefits to be aware of include:
- Can be used all year round
- Lower heating bills
- Noticeable weather noise reductions
- Reduced solar glare
- More privacy (tiled/solid roofs)
- Low maintenance
Is it worth putting a tiled roof on a conservatory?
If you want to make your conservatory look like a full extension, adding a tiled roof replacement is one of the most cost-effective and hassle-free ways to go about it. Designed and installed bespoke to your property, other advantages include:
- The best insulation
- Lower bills & environmental impact
- Complements existing aesthetics
- Improved acoustics
- Much more affordable than a new conservatory
- Lasts over 50 years.
Available in a number of colour options, from balancing Pewter Grey tiles suited to modern detached houses in Bilston to charming Chestnut Brown tiles suited to Tudor-revival style residences in Tettenhall, we’re confident we have a tile colour to suit your specific tastes.
What is the best type of replacement conservatory roof?
This is a rather subjective question, as it largely depends on the type of property you have as well as your budget. Other than versatile tiled conservatory roofs, the top three conservatory roof replacement options are:
Available in a range of colours and tints, glass conservatory roof replacements tend to suit older properties with a view, whilst adding a classic flourish to more contemporary conservatory spaces. Complete with solar reflective glazing, modern glass conservatory roof replacements are often chosen to prevent overheating in south-facing and west-facing conservatories.
Adding equal amounts of natural light and privacy, solid conservatory roofs are a mixture of solid panels and glazing, perfect for warming up north-facing and east-facing conservatories.
Projecting above the roof in a pyramid shape, roof lanterns deliver an unforgettable architectural focal point and swathes of warming natural light.
Be the envy of your neighbours with a rejuvenating conservatory roof replacement
If replacing your old conservatory roof is an attractive prospect, get a quote, visit our showroom, contact us online, or give us a call on 01902 773831 to find out more.