Create A Space You Can Use All Year Round
Perhaps your conservatory is looking drab, tired or dated? You might have an old, polycarbonate roof or windows that are poorly insulated, allowing heat to escape. It’s very possible that your conservatory space can’t be fully enjoyed in the summer or winter due to poor thermal efficiency, draughts or overheating. By updating your conservatory, you can introduce many new innovations that can transform the space into a room you can enjoy all year round.
Transform Your Home
Starting with temperature controlled, insulated windows, better energy efficient roofing and material with excellent acoustic performance to minimise outside noise…there are plenty of reasons it is well worth updating your conservatory, not to mention giving it a more modern, current look.
If it’s just a case of replacing your roof you can visit our roof page or ask one of our Sales Advisors to talk through the many options available such as a solid glass roof, a fully tiled roof or a combinational roof that allows you to have a mixture of both. You could think about having bi-folding doors or French doors installed for added versatility in warmer weather or opening the space on the inside to extend living space, rather than creating a separate room. There are so many ways to bring your conservatory up to date and make it more functional than ever before.
Replacement conservatories are an efficient, cost-effective option if you already have an existing conservatory because it means you don’t necessarily have to start from scratch. We can offer you a part-exchange on your existing conservatory when we work from the existing dwarf walls up, making a replacement conservatory even more affordable.
You can simply update your roof with a solid roof replacement or rebuild from the dwarf walls up, to replace your windows and roof entirely. By maintaining the dwarf walls and existing foundations, we can get the building work done quicker, so you can get back to enjoying your new, superior living space sooner - rather than later!