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Speak to a traditional conservatory and ask them of any complaints they would level at their chosen home extension and there is a good chance they will respond by saying it is freezing cold in winter, and way too hot in the summer.
We hear it all the time from customers who have an old conservatory they wish to replace or upgrade and we understand how infuriating it can be for those affected by such issues. You certainly don’t purchase a conservatory and expect it to become inhabitable for large parts of the year.
There wasn’t much you could do about it until some clever clogs designer created the answer to everyone’s prayers – the solid roof conservatory. The solid roof is a technologically advanced conservatory roofing system that enhances thermal performance to exceptionally high new standards.
Solid roof sales are ‘red hot’
We first started supplying and fitting solid/Ultra roof conservatories two years ago, and over those two years we have seen sales dramatically rise. We can’t say we were surprised as they are incredibly good at ensuring a conservatory can be utilised at any time of the year.
By 2015, sales of the solid/Ultra roof conservatory had doubled from the previous year, and even though there are still a couple of weeks to go until the end of 2016, our solid/Ultra roof conservatory sales figures have already surpassed what we achieved last year.
They do more than just keep your extension warm and cool
The very best thermal efficiency is guaranteed when you invest in a solid roof conservatory, but you’ll also benefit from various other qualities that make the investment more than worthwhile.
Here’s what we’re talking about:
1. It will brilliantly match your house roof
The solid roof tiles utilised in the design can be provided in a number of different finishes, enabling you to find a finish that shares a similarity to the colour of the tiles on the roof of your house.
2. You can incorporate roof windows and other day-lighting solutions
Certain roof designs can have Velux’s roof lights or full length glass panels integrated into them which are both great options if you’re keen to have as much natural light enter the extension as possible. Velux’s are also invaluable for those rare occasions when you need an added bit of ventilation in summer. Those who love to invite friends and family into their conservatory at night time should also consider the inclusion of downlighters.
3. Adaptable enough for most conservatory designs
If the foundations are suitable enough, you can have a solid roof retro-fitted to most existing conservatories, or modify the roof styling by e.g. fitting an Edwardian solid roof to an old Victorian conservatory.
4. It’s a valuable investment
It is a proven fact that a conservatory can add considerable value to a property, less so though if it fails to provide the right amount of thermal efficiency. With a solid roof conservatory you’re guaranteed the very best in thermal performance, so you can expect the valuation of your home to rise once the installation has been completed.
5. Long-lasting and tough
Traditional conservatory tiles are nowhere near as resilient as the tiles supplied in a solid roof conservatory. You won’t have to worry about them cracking or losing their appearance either as they’re designed to last and endure.
We have a solid roof conservatory for you to see
In fact, we have more than one solid roof conservatory, and they’re on display in each of our sophisticated showrooms.
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