When to Replace Your Conservatory Roof

If you have a conservatory, then you know how lovely it can be to have an extra space for entertaining and relaxing. But over time, the roof of your conservatory may need replacing due to wear and tear or weather damage. Here are 3 hints that you need to replace your conservatory roof

  • Water Leaks: If you notice water leaking from any part of your conservatory roof, then this is a sure sign that it’s time to replace it. In some cases, the leak might be caused by a damaged seal around the window frames or doors, but if the problem persists even after making repairs then it could be an indication that the whole roof needs replacing
  • Cracks in the Glass: If you’ve noticed cracks or chips in the glass panes of your conservatory roof, then this is another sign that you should consider getting it replaced as soon as possible. Not only do cracked windows look unsightly, but they could also cause further damage to other parts of your conservatory over time if left unaddressed
  • Uneven Temperature: Have you noticed that certain parts of your conservatory feel colder or warmer than other areas? This could be a sign that there’s something wrong with the insulation in your conservatory roof and it needs replacing. Poorly insulated roofs can lead to energy being wasted, so make sure to get yours checked out and replaced if necessary

Home owners should pay attention to their conservatories as any signs of wear and tear can indicate that it’s time for a replacement roof installation.

Keep an eye out for water leaks, cracks in the glass panes and uneven temperatures throughout different parts of your structure.  These are all potential indicators that something is wrong with your current roofing system and requires attention sooner rather than later!

We are here to provide advice and work throughout the year on peoples conservatory from new build, improving a conservatory or simply building a new roof.   If you would like to chat with us, please do not hesitate to get in contact and we will give free and impartial advice.