WindowPlan Conservatories RoofsIt is important to choose the right conservatory roof glazing material for your installation. Here are some tips about glass roofs and polycarbonate roofs. Any conservatory roof should be glazed appropriately to ensure a comfortable living environment all year round. Conservatory roofs can be fitted with a variety of technically advanced glazing materials, each with specific light and heat control benefits, affected by factors such as geographical location, cost, energy conservation and aspect.
Glass RoofConservatory roofs can have double glazed units of toughened safety glass or laminate glass. A glass roof is much quieter during rain than polycarbonate roofing. For the best longterm result, opt for the highest thermal efficiency unit your budget allows and consider the benefits of Pilkington Activ ™ Self Cleaning Glass.
Bronze, green, grey or blue anti-sun glass is also available to reduce glare and heat build up on conservatory roofs. Glazing features such as Georgian bars, arches, rectangles and diamond leads can be added to create more complex conservatory roof designs.
Polycarbonate RoofsAn economical, lightweight, yet tough alternative to glass, polycarbonate roofing is durable and resistant to the effects of UV and sunlight. A polycarbonate roof is available in a range of thicknesses.
Buy from the ExpertsWindowPlan are the leading company in Rochester, covering the Rochester, Gillingham, Chatham and Kent areas. We have many years experience of transforming homes with quality double glazed windows, doors, and conservatories.
As proven replacement door installers, we provide a 10 year guarantee, FENSA registration and QANW Insurance scheme for the supply and installation of replacement windows, doors and conservatories.