Why Upgrade to a Solid Conservatory Roof?

In the past, if you wanted to change your conservatory roof to a solid one you would require planning permission but since 2010 this has changed. Today, you may not need planning permission to replace your existing conservatory roof with a solid roof if you meet certain criteria, which your roofing installer will help you to understand and achieve.

Upgrading your conservatory with a solid roof means you can enjoy your conservatory all year round, without worrying about the temperature or glare. You will also save on energy bills, as a solid conservatory roof is much more insulating than glass or polycarbonate options and can reduce your carbon footprint.

The insulation in a solid conservatory roof helps to dampen external noise, making your conservatory a quiet space to relax or work in. This is a great benefit if you live in a busy area or just want a quiet spot to escape from the rest of your home.

Unlike a traditional glass conservatory roof, a solid roof is less likely to crack or break. This is because it is not made from fragile and brittle glass and it is built with solid timber, which can better withstand strong winds, heavy snow and other weather conditions. This is why our Leka solid conservatory roofs carry a 10-year guarantee, much longer than a standard glass conservatory roof. They are also available in a range of colours and styles to suit any property. solid conservatory roof

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