Celsius Home Improvements can transform your old conservatory with a solid roof replacement
Replacing a conservatory roof
If you have an existing conservatory, you may find that it is cold in winter and too warm in summer. You may also have had an older-style polycarbonate roofing system on the conservatory which can start to lose it's looks after a number of years. Glass roof conservatories can also act like a greenhouse in summer and face condensation problems during the winter.
Rather than replace your whole conservatory, it's worth while considering replacing the roofing system for a solid roof. There are several advantages of having a solid roof system on your conservatory these include:
aesthetically - they look good and will bring your existing conservatory back to life
The roofing system will help to save energy,they have a U-value of 0.18 so there will be less energy being wasted through the room.
Year round use of your space
Dramatically reduces the noise of rainfall on your conservatory
Increases the value of your home
If you would like to know more about the Guardian Roof System we use then please contact the Celsius Team on 0151 545 1400
Choosing a solid roof for your new conservatory?
The benefits of choosing a solid roof
Guardian Roof System on a new conservatory
If you are planning a new conservatory or extension to your home. The Guardian Solid Roof System is a great choice. Research has found that a solid roof conservatory adds more value to your home than a traditional polycarbonate or glass roof alternative.
The Guardian Roof System is based on an insulated lightweight tiled roof that is not only beautiful but it will keep your room at an ambient temperature all year round.
Along with better energy efficiency, the roof system offers a range of finishes for the inside of the room. You could choose from a plaster finish or have a wood-effect UPVc lining for the roof. There's also a choice of finishing touches such as the lighting within the roof system to create the brighter, warmer and more beautiful conservatory of your dreams.
You can also choose to have a roof window installed to increase the amount of light into the conservatory. The system can also be used on other areas of your home, for example we have used the Guardian Roof System on several of our front porch projects.
If you would like to include a solid roof on your new conservatory or extension then please discuss this with the Celsius Team on 0151 545 1400
All conservatory roof options
Celsius Home Improvements manufacture and install all our conservatories
Polycarbonate Roof - this system is the the cheapest option for your new conservatory but does not offer the same benefits of a glass or solid roof option.
Let's plenty of light into the space
Not the easiest to maintain
Can be damaged more easily than glass or a solid roof
Noisy in wet conditions
Not as energy efficient as glass or solid roof
Glass Roof - this system is the most popular at the moment. It can be fitted with energy efficient double or triple glazing to give you more benefits than a polycarbonate roof
Double & Triple glazing available
Easier to maintain than a polycarbonate roof
Lets in the most amount of light available
Aesthetically more appealing than polycarbonate
Less energy efficient than solid roof
Noise can still be an issue from rainfall
Not easy to maintain constant temperature (hot in summer, cold in winter)
More expensive than polycarbonate
Solid Roof - this system has a number of advantages over both glass and polycarbonate and can be used on either a new conservatory or fitted to an older conservatory.
Very energy efficient
Easiest system to maintain for a conservatory
Allows the room to be used all year round more easily
Can add value to your home
Noise from rainfall is greatly reduced
Interior is improved with finishes & lighting
Doesn't allow as much light as poly/glass
Slightly more expensive than glass
Restricted views compared with a glass roof
MORE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Questions about Conservatories?
In this section we will cover a whole range of frequently asked questions about conservatories and what you need to consider