At Transforming Conservatories, we pay close attention to conserving energy, and as a result, our product provides superb insulation with aesthetic appeal. Our designs have a modern feel, but at the same time, we take care to make the new roof as similar as possible to your house roof, if that is your choice.
Whether your current roof is polycarbonate or a typical Edwardian, Victorian glass type, you will probably find that you rarely use the structure in winter due to chilly drafts. Furthermore, particularly in the case of glass, find it is far too hot for comfort during the summertime. Glass and polycarbonate are not efficient insulators and allow heat to escape during the winter yet contrarily, entrap heat inside on hot days. Increasing the conservatory’s roof insulation will solve this problem.
Insulated curtains can help prevent heat transfer in and out of the conservatory, but they thoroughly change the atmosphere of this outdoor space, transforming it into a dark cave-like room. To avoid the problem of insulation in this type of extension, few solutions are available. Replacing a glass roof with a more insulating material is the only efficient way to prevent heat transfer and enjoy improved insulation, so your conservatory remains comfortable all year long.
For an even more enhanced performance, we can add extra insulation underneath the tiles for greater thermal balance. While you will need to pay for a new roof, the cost is offset by reducing bills and the value a brand-new conservatory roof will add to the home.
Besides the additional floor space, a contemporary conservatory filled with beautiful flowers and plants is visually impressive. So much that when you decide to sell your home, it will be a unique and striking stand-out feature and give you a better chance of a quick sale compared to comparable homes in the area.