The most common cause of a conservatory feeling exceptionally cold in winter is a roof system offering poor insulation as it then allows the weather to get in and who wants to spend their time inside a freezing cold conservatory?
Some mistakenly think that the only way to solve the problem is to knock their existing conservatory down and build a more thermally efficient replacement. That is definitely not the case, not after the development of the solid roofing system as it can take the place of your current roof covering.
You must check first though that you are permitted to exchange roofing systems as sometimes planning permission needs to be obtained before a solid roof installation goes ahead.
A lot more information about solid roof installations can be found on the Local Authorities Building Control website and you can also speak to your local authority building control team for guidance.
Replacement conservatory roofs are in great demand in the North East as householders look to winter-proof their old conservatory.
Pennine has a number of solid roof options including our ‘Smart’ Roof, a fully insulated solid roof which allows for perfect temperature control all year round.
Our consultants also know everything involved in switching conservatory roofs without any hassle. You can see all of our replacement roofs here.
There’s lots to think about when you’re investing in a brand new conservatory or orangery such as the style you want, the most appropriate coloured…
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