New conservatory roof cost
How much does a new conservatory roof cost?
- Our new roofs provide you with less heat loss and a lower energy bill
- A hard, tiled roof provides excellent insulation
- New conservatory roofs are pitched rather thanflat
New conservatory roof cost: money saving
Have a new conservatory roof installed, and you will undoubtedly be impressed by its energy efficiency. The insulating effect of a hard, tiled roof means you’ll cut back on the energy you need to heat your conservatory in winter.
It will also ensure it’s not too warm during the sunny summer months. That means, of course, that you’ll save money – something you can offset against the cost of buying your new conservatory roof in the first place.
New conservatory roof cost: benefits
But there are other benefits from having a new conservatory roof built too. For starters, it means you’ll be able to use the conservatory as it should be, i.e. an additional room for your home that’s just as comfortable to sit in as all the others.
It will also feel safer for you and your family when you go to bed at night or leave your home for long periods. That’s because a hard, tiled pitched roof is far more difficult to break into than a flat glazed version (which, if your conservatory was built before 2010, you probably have now).
New conservatory roof cost: sustainable
Not only can the hard tiles on your new pitched conservatory roof be recycled at a later date, but the shape of the roof also allows you to reuse rainwater. That’s because it can slide off the roof and into a container. You can then use the rainwater to irrigate your lawn or plants, as well as flush your toilet. That means using less mains water – another saving on your household bills.
Are you interested in having a brand-new conservatory roof fitted to replace your outdated and inefficient current version? If so, get in touch with the team here at P&K Home Improvements. We always provide clients with a no-obligation quote. Tel: 01603 563 278 today.