There are so many options available, it is hard to choose what is best for your house. As with most products available on the market, it comes down to cost. The more you pay, the better the glazing. This does not mean there is anything wrong with the glazing options at the lower end of the budget, however they just do a different job.
Do not accept any polycarbonate less than 25mm thick. If your conservatory is south facing you should have heat guard or heatshield polycarbonate. This will help reflect some of the solar heat gains.
There is a 32mm thick polycarbonate available but currently, largely it is not available in the heat guard.
Do you need roofing repairs?
Roof repairs and installations is a complex job and MUST be done by an experienced and qualified team. These professionals will know what the risks and dangers are and what can be done to prevent them. The outside of your home is really important which is why it is important to have regular maintenance checks to make sure everything is in order and your home is safe. Click to learn more.
Glass roofs are quieter
If your budget allows glass roofs are quieter and allow you to see the blue afternoon sky and the stars at night. Tinted glass roofs.
Tinted glass roofs remove the glare from the sun and help with controlling the heat but for the best roof consider Ultraframe Conservaglass ™ the best roof glazing presently available on the market. See other benefits here.
- green roof construction
- green roof systems
- sedum green roof
- extensive green roof
- sedum roof
- bauder green roof
- green roof details
- world green roof congress
Have you ever considered a conservatory?
Ventilated eaves and ridge allow fresh air to circulate in the roof to help control the temperature of the conservatory, changing the air in the hottest part of the conservatory the roof. This ventilation is also secure so it can be left open during the day whilst you are out doing your normal daily activities. This will also allow natural light into your home.
Ultraselect decorative eaves
The decorative eaves beam acts like cornice moulding on a Victorian house adding that extra piece of class to a first class job.