If you want to make your conservatory a space that is usable throughout the day and year, you will need a roof that does not only keep you comfortable but also lets in a good amount of natural light. While glass is the most popular choice for conservatory roofs, it can cause excessive heat build up in summer and glare, which can make the space unusable. Polycarbonate is another popular option, but it can oxidize over time and this creates unsightly discolouration that will weaken the panels. In addition, the seals can fail over time, causing leaks and moisture in the interior of the conservatory.

The solution is to replace your existing roof with a solid conservatory roof panel system. There are a number of different types to choose from, but all of them will provide energy efficiency and good looks. They will not only reduce the heat build up in the summer but they will also stop rain noise, keeping your conservatory warm in winter and making it a comfortable living space to relax in.

At Pure Conservatories, we offer two of the best and most cost-effective replacement roof systems available, the Livinroof and the Ultraroof. Both are designed and manufactured in Great Britain, meaning that they are made bespoke to fit your existing conservatory framework. They feature aluminium sheets that are folded around a layer of high-density insulation. The thermal technology used in these systems ensures that your conservatory will be able to retain heat in the winter and stay cool during the summer, while they are also designed to keep condensation at bay and improve air ventilation.

The Livinroof and Ultraroof are available in a wide range of colour options and both can be finished with either modern or traditional style fascias and cappings. We are also able to add glazed panels to these solid conservatory roof systems, allowing you to improve the ‘room-like’ feel of your extension and letting in more light where it is needed. Both of our roof systems also feature an internal ceiling pelmet that can be fully insulated and helps to further enhance your new replacement conservatory roof’s thermal efficiency.

A key aspect of our replacement conservatory roof systems is that they are able to be installed quickly and without the need for any messing about with your existing windows or structure. This can be particularly important if you need to use your conservatory during the construction process. In addition, our replacement conservatory roof systems are fully compliant with building regulations, ensuring that you can enjoy your new room with peace of mind. We also provide a range of extras that you can include, like Velux windows and spotlights, to improve your conservatory’s energy efficiency. For more information about our solid conservatory roof panels, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We would be happy to help you find the perfect solution for your home improvement project. Our friendly team are on hand to answer any questions that you may have, and we will be more than happy to discuss your options with you in person.

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