Conservatory Roof Options
Find the right conservatory roof
Your conservatory roof is one of the most important parts as it offers the structural integrity to help underpin the conservatories stance. Conservatory roofs can be made from a variety of materials, including, uPVC, steel, wood, aluminium. The choice you make will be dictated to by your conservatory style and the actual roof material you choose e.g. glass or polycarbonate.
Roofing systems come with the option of being thermally cladded or non-cladded, there are a couple of reasons why there are two options, and it’s completely up to you which one you choose. Thermally cladded offers greater protection against condensation and increases thermal energy efficiency.
Our top tips
- Avoid polycarbonate roofs
- Ensure you have a good warrantee on the roof
- Push for vents within the roof
- Ensure you roof complies with British energy standards
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