Replacement conservatory roofs have three great benefits:
- They make the room usable all year round
- The work makes financial sense (it can more than pay for itself through increase in property value)
And… the roofs look great. Whereas a glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof looks like a bolt-on to the rest of the house, lightweight, solid, tiled roofs are far more sympathetic to the overall style of the house.
But what about the specifics? Which type of roofs would a replacement conservatory blend in with and which styles and colours are available.
The Guardian replacement conservatory roofs come in a wide range of styles, so whether it it Edwardian, Victorian, Gable, Lean-to or P-shape there roofs will match the style.
A Roof For All Styles And Tastes
Better still, for the rare occasions when a different style is required, completely bespoke roofs can also be made. Unless you live in an Oast House, there is a style of replacement conservatory roof that will match.
Then there is the choice of colour. The Guardian Roof is available in thousands of colours and subtle shades – essentially, whatever the required colour, a roof can be made to match.
The end product would be a roof that matches the rest of the property in style and colour – a sneak peak would of course be available through the plans and computer-aided designs to show how the finished work would look.
The roof’s appeal is more than just the style and colour.
A replacement roof would also have sleek cappings and trims, while finishing touches also add to the appeal.
Skylights are a great way to keep that core benefit of the conservatory, that they are light, summery rooms, only they secure a compromise – the room is usable yet still a superb spot for whiling away those summer hours.
Then there are other touches – spot lights for instance, options that obviously were not possible when a roof was purely glass or polycarbonate.
The roof from the exterior blends in, while internally it becomes a feature in itself; sleek, clean and letting just the right amount of light in while remaining cosy and comfortable in winter.
Benefits That Raise The Roof
Getting the roof right also has other benefits.
The fact the conservatory is now usable and looks great makes it a far more appealing proposition to any potential buyer should you ever look to sell. What was a flawed conservatory is now essentially a superb extension – that is an upgrade buyers are willing to pay for.
In the shorter term, even if you have no desire to move, the roofs’ greater thermo efficiency leads to energy bill savings of around £200 a year on a typical property according to independent research by AECOM.
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Choosing to replace your conservatory roof is not a decision to be taken lightly as there is expense involved.
However, please do have a look around this site to get more information and if you have any queries or would like to arrange an obligation-free quote, please call us on 0800 0665832 or use our Contact Form.