Updating Your Space: How To Put a Roof On A Conservatory
December 4, 2023|News
Our homes are in a constant state of flux and revision – we redecorate, add extensions and constantly adapt our properties to meet our ever-changing needs.
Conservatories are an often overlooked feature of our homes that go neglected for much of the year when the weather isn’t optimal. Immensely popular during the 1980s and 1990s and often built with a thermally-inefficient polycarbonate roof, many conservatories have not been updated to keep up with modern trends.
A conservatory roof replacement can make all the difference in transforming your living space and revitalising your existing conservatory.
How can you make sure that your conservatory space evolves alongside your home? How can you adapt your conservatory to make sure that it is a practical but also stylish space?
Why is a conservatory roof so important?
You might be wondering why there is so much importance placed on a conservatory roof, but the truth is that your roof will play a huge role in the usability of your space.
Picking a type of roof that balances style with practicality and energy efficiency is a great way to modernising the appearance of your conservatory while ensuring that it is a versatile, usable living area all year round.
What type of conservatory roof should I choose?
Conservatory roofs vary wildly in terms of style and material, a choosing the right roof is essential for ensuring that you are able to get the most use out of your space.
Some conservatory roofs are what you might think of as a ‘traditional’ style – i.e. a glass conservatory roof that is designed to let in large amounts of light.
Tiled conservatory roofs, such as the Supalite roof system are crafted with lightweight modern tiles that are designed to be durable, weatherproof and offer outstanding thermal efficiency thanks to high performance insulation. While not allowing as much natural light into the space, these tiled roofs offer exceptional energy efficiency and are great for transforming outdated conservatories into well-loved and useable spaces.
Choosing your conservatory style
There are many different conservatory styles to choose from, ranging from contemporary to traditional styles. Designs such as a Victorian or Edwardian style roof offer classic charm, or you can opt for something more contemporary like a lean-to or P-shaped conservatory.
Building regulations and planning permission
At Tyneside Home Improvements, our friendly team of experts have dealt with Building Regulations and planning permission before. We will take care of the rules and regulations and handle the organisation on your behalf so that your home improvement experience is seamless and stress-free.
How to put a roof on a conservatory: Choosing Tyneside Home Improvements
We understand that a home improvement project can be daunting, especially if it involves a complete replacement of your old conservatory roof! However, with Tyneside Home Improvements, we do all the hard work for you, minimising stress and making sure your experience is as straightforward as possible. With Tyneside Home Improvements, transforming your home is simpler than you think!