Conservatory roof panels provide a stylish, durable option for your new conservatory. They are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors to meet your design preferences.
The most common types of conservatory roof systems are glass and polycarbonate. Both are durable and can withstand extreme weather conditions. They are easy to install and maintain.
When compared to glass, polycarbonate is less expensive and is much easier to work with. Moreover, it is more flexible than glass in terms of shapes and styles. It is also less likely to break in the event of an accident.
One of the best options for your new conservatory roof is a clear or tinted polycarbonate roof. It has many benefits over glass including:
A polycarbonate roof can be insulated with foam to help keep the room cooler in summer and warmer in winter. It is a great way to save on heating costs and keep the environment healthy.
It can also be paired with reflective insulation to reflect the sun’s heat back outside. This makes it an excellent choice for keeping conservatories and orangeries cool in the summer.
Polycarbonate is transparent, so it doesn’t block the view of the outdoors, which is another benefit of using it for your conservatory. It is also extremely energy efficient and has a low U-value (the amount of energy that is radiated through the roof).
Protects against UV damage
Polycarbonate roofs are very tough and resistant to the sun’s harmful UV rays, so it is an excellent choice for conservatories. They are also easy to clean and don’t need any special cleaning products or chemicals.
A loud resonating sound from the rain hitting your conservatory can be a nuisance. A new solution could cut the noise from your conservatory by up to 90%.
Quietguard is a retro fit silicone sheet that is added to the inside of your polycarbonate roof, reducing the resonant frequency and volume of the noise. This allows you to use your conservatory without having to worry about the sound of the rain and hail reverberating around.
The installation of a quietguard system is very simple, but it can be difficult to find someone who can do it. It is best to talk to your local installer for more information on this bespoke roof system.
Bespoke conservatory roof replacement panels
At Andy Glass Windows we offer a range of bespoke conservatory roof replacement panels that are custom made to fit your existing conservatory roofing framework. Each panel is manufactured to the exact measurements of your existing roof, and a thick layer of high-density insulation is added.
This is a very easy process and we can usually have the panels manufactured within a week of your order. They are then shipped to your location and will be ready for installation in a few days.
Our conservatory roof replacement panels are bespoke to your needs and are designed and manufactured in Great Britain. Each panel is folded around a 75mm layer of high-density insulation to form the outer casing.