Upgrade Your Conservatory With Conservatory Roof Tiles

When it comes to a conservatory makeover, there are a lot of options at your disposal. You could opt for a brand new orangery, or you could simply replace your existing glass or polycarbonate roof with something else. Either way, you’ll be looking to upgrade your conservatory into a space that can be used as an additional living area throughout the year.

In addition to being able to enjoy natural light in all seasons, a tiled roof will also help you to save money on your energy bills. The insulated roof will prevent heat from escaping and so you’ll be able to reduce your heating bills considerably. As well as this, a solid tiled roof will also help to muffle external noise so that you can relax in peace.

So, how much does a tiled conservatory roof cost? It really depends on how large your conservatory is and what features you’d like to include. For example, if you want to install roof lights or any other features, this will increase the overall price of your project. But for a basic Lean-To conservatory, you can expect to pay between PS250 and PS1,000 per m2.

Unlike standard tiles or shingles, which are too heavy to be used on a conservatory roof, lightweight conservatory roof tiles have been specially designed to look just as good as the real thing. They’re made from a synthetic material such as polymers and are formed into shapes to mimic natural slate, clay or metal shingle tiles. Lightweight tiles are a great choice because they won’t put too much strain on the structure of your conservatory – and they can be purchased in a range of different colours and styles to suit your home.

It’s important to remember that when you choose a replacement conservatory roof, it needs to be fully insulated as well as being fitted with skylights and Velux roof windows to allow in lots of natural light. If you don’t do this, your new roof will not be able to provide the same level of thermal efficiency as other parts of your house, so it will be much warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

The good news is that with a new Ultraroof from Bergson & Eaton, you’ll be able to enjoy a complete, insulated conservatory that will be warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It will also be a place that’s comfortable to spend time in all year round and will keep you ahead of the game when it comes to saving on your energy bills. For more information on this, visit our website to see how a new Ultraroof could transform your home. Alternatively, give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to talk you through the process of making your dream conservatory a reality. We can even offer a free, no-obligation quote to get you started. Just fill out the form on our contact page. conservatory roof tiles

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