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The Top Conservatory Roof Trends for 2024

With 2024 fast approaching, you’re probably looking ahead and planning your next home improvement project, and your conservatory is a great place to start. Conservatories offer a multitude of benefits to any home; they boost property value, increase living space and provide a sanctuary where you can relax and unwind. 

One way to enhance your conservatory is to replace your conservatory roof, especially if it’s currently fitted with a polycarbonate one. For many years, polycarbonate roofs were the default choice for numerous properties across the country; however, their lack of durability and low energy efficiency has now left homeowners looking for different solutions. 

Here at Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions, we’re experts in all things conservatory roofing and have detailed the top conservatory roof trends for the coming year in this handy guide.

Energy efficiency

If you’ve been watching the news over the past couple of years, the energy crisis has dominated the headlines. Many homeowners have experienced energy bills more than double their usual rate, and this shows no sign of stopping in 2024. Naturally, most people will probably be looking for ways to reduce this figure and make some much-needed energy savings.

One way to achieve this is by installing an energy-efficient conservatory roof. A standard 25mm polycarbonate roof has an average U-value of 1.6 W/m²K, representing a weak point in the thermal envelope of your home. Although polycarbonate is a cheaper material, it’ll probably work out costing you more in the long run as its limited insulation leads to increased energy bills.

By investing in a solid conservatory roof, you’re providing your home with some much-needed insulation that protects against rising costs. It also improves temperature regulation, meaning you’ll be able to use your conservatory all year round. If your conservatory is fitted with a polycarbonate roof, you’ll find that the space can be sweltering in the summer and freezing in the winter, whereas a conservatory with a solid roof will remain at the perfect temperature, no matter the season. 

Here at Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions, our solid conservatory roof replacements have an average U-value of just 0.15W/m²K, representing one of the most energy-efficient solutions on the market.

Skylights

If you’re considering replacing your polycarbonate roof with a solid conservatory roof, you might be concerned about losing natural light. Although the loss of light is minimal, integrating skylights into your new roof may help to allay your fears. Skylights can maximise sunlight, improve ventilation and offer views of the sky above – not to mention they look great too!

a doubled hipped victorian conservatory with a tiled roof from Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions

Stylish slate 

Slate is a timeless material that offers a touch of elegance to any home. It’s well suited to any architectural style, from period properties to contemporary homes. A slate conservatory roof offers a multitude of benefits; it’s environmentally friendly, completely fire resistant and has an incredibly long lifespan. As slate is such a dense material, it offers exceptional energy efficiency, meaning it’s sure to become one of the most sought-after roofing materials in the coming year.

Edwardian, Tapco Slate conservatory with a tiled roof from Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions

Timeless tiles

The beauty of a tiled conservatory roof is that it combines aesthetic appeal with functionality. Here at Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions, we’re partnered with Metrotile, a respected name in the roofing industry. If you’re switching from a polycarbonate roof to a solid one, you may be worried that your new roof will no longer be as lightweight. With Metrotile, this isn’t a concern, as these tiles are approximately seven times lighter than concrete, slate or clay alternatives.

We use the Metrotile Shingle range in our tiled conservatory roof replacements, and this versatile product perfectly mimics the appearance of a riven slate tile. Drawing inspiration from the classic North American timber shingle design, these roofing tiles are available in nine natural shades to suit your preferences. Tiled conservatory roofs bring some timeless charm to any property whilst contributing towards an energy-efficient and highly functional living space, meaning they’ll likely become a popular roofing option over the coming year.

tiled conservatory roof

 

Alternatively, if you’re looking for other ways to improve your conservatory, why not opt for a complete conservatory refurbishment? If your doors and windows are looking a little worn and shabby, a conservatory roof replacement is the ideal opportunity to give your whole space a fresh new look.

Are you looking to upgrade your conservatory roof in 2024? Why not get in touch with the team at Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions today? We carry out conservatory roof replacements at homes across Northampton and beyond to ensure your conservatory is modern, energy efficient and perfectly on trend!

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Benefits of a Tiled

Conservatory Roof

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  • bullet point icon Reduced Heat Loss
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Edwardian

Characterised by clean lines, full square corners and a pitched roof with a central ridge, Edwardian conservatory roofs are a popular choice for those seeking a classic and elegant conservatory.

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