Here at Transforming Conservatories, we perform conservatory roof replacement work on a regular basis. Having such an in-depth knowledge on the subject, we thought it worth while giving those contemplating a conservatory roof replacement a breakdown of exactly what’s involved and how it happens, from the roof components through to the installation step by step.
Removal Of Existing Roof
Once you’ve decided that it’s time to replace your current roof, and of course what with, you’ll need first to remove your current roof. Here at Transforming Conservatories, we’ll take care of that for you. We’ll remove your existing roof with minimal fuss and hassle to you. What’s more, we’ll dispose of your conservatory roof in as environmentally friendly way as possible. For the most part we find ourselves replacing polycarbonate roofs however, we have worked with several other kinds including glass.
The Next Step In Changing Your Conservatory Roof
Next up we have to install GRP rafters. These glass reinforced plastic rafters are required to provide a solid structure for the roof. Thanks to the materials they’re created from, you can say goodbye to woodworm, condensation or rot ever becoming a problem. Neither are they at risk from bridging or sweating like some metals.
Next up, waterproofing sheets will be added underneath the rafters. These are incredibly lightweight and allow for a more traditional plaster finish.
The next step in changing your conservatory roof to tiles is to provide insulation. Here at Transforming Conservatories, we cannot emphasise the importance of insulation, not only for your comfort but also to help reduce your energy bills.
You Can Replace Your Existing Roof
The Last Steps
The last two steps in your conservatory roof replacement consist of outer sheets and tiles. Outer sheets must be strong, load-bearing and of course insulated. These will help reduce the number of roofing bars needed while also helping toward insulation and further increasing the energy efficiency of the roof. Once these sheets have been added, it’s then on to the final stage…tiling.
When changing your conservatory roof to a tiled roof, tiles will be the very last stage of installation. The tiles added will of course be previously discussed with you to ensure the final look and finish is exactly as you want it. Whatever finish you’re looking for, we’ll make it happen.
If you’re looking to replace your current conservatory roof or simply want a brand new conservatory with a more energy efficient tiled conservatory roof, contact us today.
Here at Transforming Conservatories, a family run business, we have been carrying our conservatory roof replacement for over 30 years. Our team are here to ensure your roof replacement produces the first class result you’ve been looking for. Add to this our amazing customer services and affordability and it’s no wonder we’ve become one of the UK’s. Leading conservatory roof replacement providers. Call 0203 982 3772 today.