Can you put a tiled roof on a conservatory?
You’ll be glad to hear you can put a new roof on an existing conservatory. Retrofitting a new roof onto an older conservatory is becoming increasingly popular, as it is a cost-effective way to upgrade your space (as well as add value to your home). With two roof options, should you upgrade your conservatory roof to glass or tile?
The main draw to a glass conservatory roof is that it allows for a substantial amount of natural light to flood your extended living space. However, what once made a conservatory unbearably hot in the summer, can now ensure usability all year round by reflecting heat during the warmer months, thanks to innovative solar technology. You will also feel insulation benefits throughout the colder parts of the year.
Upgrading to a tiled roof can turn an aged conservatory into what feels (and looks) like an extension, just without the considerable cost and time investment! Here at Emerald, we use the marker leader, Guardian Warm Roofs, for our tiled roof projects. The range of colours of Tapco Tile and Metrotile available such as Burnt Umber, Charcoal, Antique Red, Ebony, and Moss Green, mean you can match your conservatory with the existing style of your home. The superior thermal insulation of the lightweight tile offers means your conservatory can be used all year round, just like any other room in the house.
Tiled Roof Conservatories