A conservatory is a great way to add extra living space to your home and improve the look of your property. It provides a light and airy room that can be used as an extension to your kitchen or dining room, a gym or office, or simply as a place to relax with friends and family.
A tiled conservatory roof can make your new extension more functional and comfortable as well as enhancing the aesthetics of your home. It will help to keep your conservatory warm in the winter and cool in the summer allowing you to use it all year round.
Your conservatory will be much warmer thanks to a tiled roof because multiple layers of insulation sit beneath hardwearing tiles and block up cold air that can seep into your glass or polycarbonate conservatory. This will reduce the amount of cold air that enters your conservatory and therefore the temperature of your conservatory, as well as making your heating bills much lower.
The roof can be insulated to reduce glare from the sun and also noise from rain, so it is less likely to get affected by extreme weather changes. The interior of your new tiled roof can be finished with plasterboard or tongue and groove, so it will look like a conventional extension to your home.
Conservatories are a wonderful way to brighten up your home and make the most of your garden, and they can also be a cost-effective addition that will increase the value of your property. However, there are a few important things you need to know before you invest in your new conservatory.
Choosing the right roofing system is critical to ensure that your conservatory stays warm and dry in the winter and cool and breathable in the summer months. This is why we recommend a solid tiled roof for your new conservatory, which can offer a number of benefits over a traditional glazed or polycarbonate roof.
The solid tiled conservatory roof is a more durable option than a glass or polycarbonate conservatory and can be a good investment for your home as it will last longer, making it more likely that you will be able to use your conservatory all year round. It is also more energy efficient so you can enjoy a comfortable environment for years to come without worrying about your energy bills.
A tiled conservatory roof is a great option for any style of conservatory, from the traditional gable to modern lean-to designs and even larger P-shaped extensions. A tiled roof can also be a great choice if you have an existing flat roof and want to update it into a contemporary extension that will improve the look of your home and enhance the value of your property.
Adding a tiled conservatory roof can be done in just a few hours. This is because the lightweight nature of the roof means it is easy to transport and assemble on site.