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Benefits of a Conservatory Roof Replacement

What are the specific benefits?

  • Comfortable ambient temperature all year round
  • Reduced fuel bills due to improved ventilation and heat retention
  • Reduced noise from rain, wind and wildlife
  • Reduced glare
  • Reduced external noise compared to polycarbonate or glass
  • Virtually burglar proof as the roofing tiles cannot easily be removed
  • No need to climb ladders for cleaning dirty roofs
  • Eliminate leaks often associated with lightweight polycarbonate roofs
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With high proportions of glazing, conservatories are prone to overheating. If they are south-facing, this can make them almost unusable during the day in summer. On the other hand, in winter, you might find the space far too cold to enjoy for any length of time. As a result, many homeowners with older conservatories face the winter with the lights off, the door shut and the room remains unused until it starts to warm up again in late Spring.

The ideal scenario is to have a cool and relaxing environment in the summer months, while cosy and comfortable in the Autumn and Winter.

Some home owners have experienced algae growing on the roof of their conservatory making it start to look a bit tired and unkempt, or perhaps your conservatory roof is noisy when it rains? Due to the glazing, in summer, conservatories can also have high glare making it impossible to be in with squinting.

Four Seasons Roof Systems have the perfect solution. All these issues can be rectified with a conservatory roof replacement system which is a great choice for a number of reasons as you can see from the bullet points above.

If you can relate to any of the problems mentioned and need to find solutions, let us, Kevin & James call in to see you for a no obligation quote. Give us a ring on 07988 681 419.

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