What is the Best Conservatory Roof Material?
Conservatories are created to compliment your home. Many homeowners are seeking the best conservatory roof material, designing your conservatory to suit your architecture, space and budget. Whalley Home Improvements have a range of options to make your conservatory your own. Whether you’re upgrading an existing system – or starting afresh we have a range of materials which makes choosing the best conservatory roof material that much easier from tiled, aluminium and glass designs.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CONSERVATORY ROOF OPTIONS?
There are 4 main types of conservatory roofs:
- The glass conservatory roof – Classicroof
- Hybrid conservatory roofs – part glass and part solid Livinroof
- Tiled conservatory roofs – Ultraroof380
- Flat conservatory roof including a lantern – Ultrasky Lantern
THE TILED CONSERVATORY ROOF
Until quite recently tiled and glass roofs were viewed as separate entities. Most people either have a tiled roof or a glass roof, meaning you have to make a compromise between the warmth of a tiled roof or the light from a glass roof. Whalley Home Improvements offer a conservatory roof that fuses together the benefits of glazed and solid systems to deliver incredible amounts of natural light and outstanding thermal performance. The Ultraroof380 is a lightweight tiled roofing system giving you the most advanced replacement conservatory roof on the market!
SOLID CONSERVATORY ROOFS
Let the light flood in without letting the heat flood out. The Livinroof is the first roofing system to give you the flexibility to combine solid and glazed roofing seamlessly. The flexible panel design means you can opt with a thermally efficient glass with a solid roof in between.
PERFORMANCE GLASS REPLACEMENT ROOF
If you’re looking for a product that is predominately glass-based and will block out most solar rays while rewarding you with a thermally efficient room capable of achieving a U-value of 1.0 the Classic Roof is the roof for you! Using self-cleaning glass, our high-performance glazed roof provides increased thermal performance and enhanced solar control.