If you want your conservatory to be used all year round and not just in the warmer months then you need to ensure it is properly insulated. This will not only make it cosy and comfortable but will also help to save energy costs by keeping the heating turned down and reducing your carbon footprint.
Insulated roof panels are available in a variety of thicknesses and can be added to your existing polycarbonate or glass conservatory to provide better insulation. They are very popular with our customers as they offer an eye-catching finish and the benefits of a thermally efficient roof that can be easily installed in your existing space.
When choosing your conservatory roof panel thickness it is important to think about how much light you would like in your new conservatory and if you will be installing solar panels. You can choose a clear plastic sheet that will allow sunlight to flow into your room, or if you want to reduce the amount of light coming in then there are other options such as tinted or coloured sheets. These are still able to let in plenty of natural light and can look very striking.
Adding insulated panels to your existing conservatory roof is an excellent way to improve its performance and makes the space more comfortable all year round. This is because the roof panel will add an extra layer of insulation that stops heat from escaping your conservatory and regulating the temperature in your home. The u-value on these panels is lower than polycarbonate and helps to keep the warmth in your conservatory and the cold out of it.
If you are planning to change your conservatory’s glass or polycarbonate roof with a solid flat roof then it is important to check if you need to apply for building regulation permission. This is to ensure the structure of your conservatory is strong enough to hold the weight of a solid roof and not be compromised. It may be that you need to increase the size of the supports to accommodate this additional weight.
If you don’t want to replace your whole conservatory roof then you can simply add a roof lantern instead, this will give your conservatory a dramatic and impressive feel. They are a great addition to any type of conservatory and come in many styles including Victorian, Gable, Lean-To, Double-Hip and Pyramid.
A tried and tested insulated conservatory roof panel system designed to prevent leaks and make your existing conservatory into a cosy living space all year round. Each CosyPanel solution is designed and manufactured off site to the exact dimensions of your existing glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof replacement. This allows for a quick and simple installation that is far quicker than other roofing systems and doesn’t require redecoration or removal of your old conservatory furniture.
At All Seasons Roof we specialise in transforming existing conservatories with our CosyPanel solution. These roof panels are made of long-lasting, high-quality UPVC and are packed with a thick layer of insulation that will stop heat from escaping your conservatory. conservatory roof panels