With the warmer weather making an appearance, we know that a lot of our customers are starting to think about buying a glass conservatory roof. With an aesthetically pleasing architectural finish for your conservatory, a glass roof is the ideal choice to maximise the amount of natural light coming into your living space whilst also improving heat retention. However, these are simply two of the best benefits – let’s tell you some more.

Two different glass conservatory panes for you to choose from

To make sure that you get the best out of your glass conservatory roof, we have two choices available when it comes to the glass panes: Sunshine and Planitherm 4S glazing. The Sunshine option is a standardised primary option that integrates various self-cleaning features to reduce the levels of maintenance needed which means that the glass panes stay cleaner for longer – even in the harshest of conditions.

Or, how about upgrading to a Planitherm 4S glass roof? A firm favourite amongst our customers for use within windows and doors of south-facing conservatories, a Planitherm 4S glass roof can achieve very impressive U-values as low as 1.0W/m2K resulting in some of the best energy efficiency levels around.

Enhanced energy efficiency with a glass conservatory roof

“Does a glass roof make a conservatory warmer?” this is a good question and one we get asked by a lot of our customers.

Advances in glass technology means that having a glass conservatory roof no longer feels like you are living in a greenhouse. Instead, these high-performance roofs are designed to reflect heat by up to 57%. This means that there will be no need for you to be worried about your conservatory being too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter; ultimately giving you and your family a conservatory that you can use all year round.

A glass conservatory roof can significantly reduce your noise reduction

The last thing our customers want is a noisy conservatory – nobody wants that! – which is why a glass conservatory roof is a great option, especially for those who live on the side of a busy main road. Compared to polycarbonate roof panels, a glass conservatory roof significantly reduces the impact of noise, so you can rest assured that you will have a peaceful environment to use as you wish.

Roof replacements for your conservatory roof in Norfolk & Suffolk

Breathe life back into your conservatory with a new conservatory roof replacement. Dream Installations can offer a range of roof replacement options from tiled conservatory roofs, lantern roofs, and glass conservatory roofs, all of which offer an array of valuable benefits to you and your loved ones. Contact our team today or call us on 01502 585620 and let’s create your dream conservatory!

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