Category: Wetheralds Conservatory Roof Solutions
5 Ways to Make Your Conservatory Cooler in the Summer
19th May 2022
If you’re reading this then you no doubt have experienced a hot summers day in your conservatory! Whether you want to sit down and enjoy a meal, relax with a book or catch up with friends the sun ends up making it unbearable – and this is the case if you have a glass or […]
Conservatory Roof Insulation
14th February 2022
looking for conservatory roof insulation? First let’s consider your options: If you need to use the space your conservatory has to offer then doing nothing is not really an option as you will no doubt be suffering in a room that is both too hot and too cold. Adding roof blinds. Adding your own insulation. […]
How Much Does it Cost to Replace a Conservatory Roof?
26th April 2021
Many homeowners are now making the decision to replace their conservatory roof and here we are talking about a change to the existing roof structure and not simply replacement glass or poly-carbonate. Some of the types of roof available: A tiled or solid roof, A hybrid roof (new poly-carbonate roof panels and insulation) or, A […]
Are hard conservatory roofs any good?
27th June 2020
What’s the benefit of a hard or solid conservatory roof? It’s likely that you are reading this, because it’s got to the point where you find that too often when you want to enjoy the space your conservatory offers – you simply can’t! do you need a hard conservatory roof? A conservatory offers up an […]
Is a Replacement Conservatory Roof an Investment?
24th June 2020
THE SIMPLE ANSWER IS YES! HOWEVER AS WITH ALL HOME IMPROVEMENTS CHOOSING THE RIGHT SUPPLIER IS CRUCIAL. Many homeowners are now making the decision to replace their conservatory roof for a solid/tiled roof (thousands a year are being replaced!) and there are a number of suppliers to choose from. Choosing the right supplier is crucial […]
Are Building Regulations Required for Replacement Conservatory Roofs?
22nd June 2020
If you are looking at replacing the conservatory roof with a solid/hard/tiled roof then the answer is yes you will need Building Regulations Approval. If you choose a Hybrid system then the answer is generally no you do not need approval from Building Regulations. Why do you only need Building Regulations for some roof types? […]