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Guardian Conservatory Roof – Why to Convert Your Conservatory

It’s not surprising that conservatories are so popular when you consider the value that they can add to your home, the space that they add, the light they provide, and of course, the opportunity to enjoy your garden throughout the year. However, glass conservatory roofs can make it difficult to enjoy your conservatory all year.

The good news is, a replacement tiled roof can bring a number of advantages:

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All year round use

All year round use

In some cases, whilst conservatories are very popular, it’s quite common for them to be used only at certain times of the year. In the winter months, it can be hard to keep glass roofed conservatories warm, whilst in the summer, a conservatory can be far too hot as the sun shines through the glass. By adding a Guardian conservatory roof, heat is not lost through the roof and the sun does not shine directly down, so it’s much easier to manage the temperature.

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A Guardian conservatory roof keeps noise down

A Guardian conservatory roof keeps noise down

A conservatory provides an ideal place to relax, but when it starts raining, the relaxing atmosphere quickly diminishes. In heavy rain, or worse, during a hail storm, the noise can be extremely loud, making it extremely hard to hear music or television, or concentrate on a book. A replacement tiled roof helps to considerably cut down noise levels in bad weather.

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Tiled roofs help to cut down energy bills

Tiled roofs help to cut down energy bills

As hot air rises, a lot of heat is lost through polycarbonate or glass conservatory roofs and as a result, it takes more energy to keep a conservatory at a comfortable temperature. It’s easy to understand why heating bills can be so high for properties with a conservatory. Luckily, by installing a Guardian tiled conservatory roof, you can stand to save money on energy bills in the future.

Tiled conservatory roofs feature a layer of insulation beneath the tiles, so much less heat is lost. It’s also worth noting that the tiled roof helps to keep the heat down in the summer. Whereas the suns powerful rays penetrate a glass roof, a tiled roof cuts down the amount of heat energy entering the conservatory, so there is less need for fans and air conditioning.

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You still get the same benefits

You still get the same benefits

A conservatory with a tiled roof still provides the same benefits that you would enjoy from a glass roofed conservatory. You can benefit from the same added space, and you can still enjoy the same scenery all year. Whilst the sun may be blocked to a certain extent by a tiled roof, masses of light is still allowed in by the window panels that make up the sides of a conservatory, so you can look out into your garden and any wider surroundings.

If you don’t feel like you are able to full enjoy your conservatory throughout the year, it may be time to consider a replacement tile roof. If your property is in the Birmingham area, call Waterside Windows & Conservatories today on 0121 706 9633 to arrange for a friendly no obligation quotation.

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Ideal for heritage properties

Tiled conservatory roofs are available in a wide range of different styles to best suit the appearance of your property. Depending on the age and style of your property, tiles can be chosen in a wide variety of different colours.