You may have considered adding a conservatory to your property, but have you considered a solid roof option, rather than the standard transparent roof option you mostly see? Here, we’re going to discuss whether solid roof conservatories are in fact any good, and the things you should know before deciding to get one.
You’ll notice that traditional conservatories are usually left sitting empty for long periods of time, as they are unable to utilise the room to the fullest due to the temperature. However, an advanced conservatory tiled roofing system can offer outstanding thermal performance, amongst other benefits.
Let’s discuss the benefits of a solid roof conservatory below:
The Benefits of A Solid Roof Conservatory
Complement The Roof Of Your Home
A solid roof conservatory can be designed in a way that aesthetically complements the roof of your home. This can create a more attractive, cohesive look that has far more curb appeal.
Transform Your Old Conservatory
You can actually transform old conservatories that are too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer into spaces they can use all year round with a solid roof. You don’t have to rebuild your conservatory from scratch!
Add Extra Value To Your Home
Many traditional conservatories lack in thermal performance, meaning that they don’t appeal as much when it comes to selling your home. A solid roof conservatory can provide greater peace of mind and can make a home more valuable.
You’ll not only get added insulation with your conservatory, keeping the temperature for consistent; you’ll improve your acoustics. This will keep unwanted noise out, so whatever the weather is doing, you will be able to have a conversation, or enjoy peace and quiet.
Can Be Installed Quickly With Minimal Disruption
With the right company, you will be able to enjoy a quick installation with minimal disruption to your daily life!
Reduced Energy Costs
As your temperature is more consistent, you can enjoy reduced energy costs!
Customise Your Conservatory
Not only can you make sure your tiled roof matches your property roof; you can further customise your conservatory by adding skylights. This will mean you can still enjoy the light offered by a traditional conservatory, without the drawbacks.
Most new‐build conservatories with either a solid, tiled or glazed roof will not need planning permission, because they are covered under what is known as a ‘permitted development’. However, it’s worth mentioning that some limits and conditions can apply based on placement and size. You can find the details on the Government’s planning portal.
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