Conservatory roof panels are a type of roofing that is becoming more popular for residential projects. They are lightweight, easy to install, and can be made in a wide range of colors and variants. They are also durable and can withstand temperatures that are too high or too low for other types of roofing materials.
Thermoplastic polycarbonate sheets are an ideal choice for conservatory roofs. They are durable, moldable, shatterproof, and lightweight. They are available in clear or patterned styles, and they are able to withstand hot and cold temperatures.
Adding insulation to polycarbonate sheets is an excellent way to increase their thermal performance, especially if they are fitted with a reflective coating. This will reflect the sun’s heat back away from the conservatory, keeping it cooler. Insulated polycarbonate sheets are also a great way to add a touch of elegance to your home, and they are available in a variety of colors and finishes.
Another option for making your conservatory more comfortable is to install a solid roof system. This will allow you to enjoy your room throughout the year, and it will keep you warm in winter, and cool in summer.
For years, conservatory companies have installed roof lanterns and pyramid-shaped skylights atop their structures, but these don’t let in as much natural light as a glass roof system does. They also have more problems with planning and maintenance than glass does.
The only system on the market that lets in more natural light and can be insulated at the eaves and above the rafters is a WARMroof(r). This system has been developed by Andy Glass Windows, who have been designing and installing roof systems for over a decade now.
If you are looking for a new roof system that will allow you to enjoy your room year round then talk to your local conservatory company today about their WARMroof(r) system. It’s a unique solution that allows you to have a roof system that lets in lots of natural light, is insulated at the eaves and above, and it’s a cost-effective way to make your conservatory more comfortable.
Designed to suit many types of conservatory roof designs and shapes, the Clearview Glass Canopy System is one of the strongest canopy systems in the industry, capable of spanning over 4m without further structural support. It is also maintainance free, and is powder coated to the customer’s exact colour requirements.
A variety of glazing options are available with these glazed roofs, including self-cleaning active surfaces that are biodegradable and soft coat inner layers that enhance thermal insulation. All of these features provide you with a conservatory that can be used year round, providing a great place to entertain, relax, and grow plants.
Conservatory roof panels are easy to install and a lot less expensive than other types of roofing. The only downside is that they can deteriorate over time, so it’s important to maintain them with a simple cleaning routine.