Does your conservatory turn into an icebox in the winter? Or a sweltering sauna in the summer? Well no more, thousands of British homeowners are switching up their polycarbonate conservatories to something more efficient for them and their homes.
Glass conservatory roofs are sweeping the nation with their many benefits and stylish looks. Refreshing your conservatory with a new glass roof will breathe new life into your worn conservatory, creating that comfortable space for you and your family to use all year round.
A glass roof allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds, lots of natural light and insulation.
It is a known fact that standard conservatories no longer automatically add value to your home, mainly due to the fact that many become unusable at certain times of the year.
Three Reasons to Upgrade Your Glass Conservatory Roof. One way in which you can improve your conservatory is by replacing the existing roof with a new, fresh glass conservatory roof. There are many benefits to having a modern glass conservatory roof, however here are our top three reasons why one should replace their conservatory roof with a modern and up-to-date one;
If one was to use insulated glass on their conservatory roof it could reduce heating bills and create the perfect living space. Keeping it warm in the winter and cooler in the warmer summer months. The glass used in conservatories is specialised to reflect most of the heat and all harmful UV rays, keeping you and your family safe all day long.
Providing a quiet and peaceful environment, the glass can offer up to 50 per cent noise reduction. Perfect for those homes in cities and other busy areas. Glass conservatory roofs have extraordinary sound absorption properties, meaning you can have those quiet nights in even if the world around you is still wide awake.
Self-cleaning windows? Yes, that’s right. Our glass conservatory roofs have self-cleaning properties. The dirt on your roof is broken down by UV rays and when it rains, the water washes it away through the drainage system. With regular maintenance, these self-cleaning properties can make the roof last even longer. Who doesn’t want self-cleaning windows?
Most people imagine their new conservatory will be a comfortable and inviting room, which will add space and value to the home all year round. Sadly, most people find that this is not the case, and that their new living space has turned into an unusable room that is too hot in summer, too cold in winter and too noisy when it rains!
In the vast majority of these cases, it is the plastic conservatory roof that is to blame. Plastic roofs are far from energy-efficient, and in winter a lot of the warmth created by your heating system (and your hard-earned cash) simply gets lost to the outside, leaving your conservatory cold, and your wallet empty. In summer months, conservatories can get too hot, making them very uncomfortable and almost impossible to bear.
By replacing your existing polycarbonate roof with a glass conservatory roof, you will be creating a new and brighter space that you will be able to use all year round, no matter the weather.
Improve the look & value of your home with a glass conservatory roof.