Should I convert my conservatory roof?

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Deciding to take the leap and convert your conservatory roof isn’t an easy decision to make. With plenty of external factors to consider, it is worth weighing up the pros and cons before making a final decision. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of the reasons why converting your roof is the right way to go.

Increased warmth

As we’re about to plunge into winter, you’ll be well aware of the temperatures in your conservatory dropping. By replacing your roof with an insulated solution, you will be making the space far more useable in the winter by helping increase the warmth. A solid roof can help lock in the heat generated by plug in heaters so you’ll spend less money on your heating bills!

More privacy

If you’re ever so slightly concerned about nosey neighbours then a solid roof will remove your worries. With solid roofing, you’ll have more privacy in your conservatory as it won’t be able to be viewed with ease from upstairs.


A solid roof can minimise external noise, helping to make your conservatory quieter and a far more tranquil space for relaxation. Minimising noise pollution means you’re less likely to be disturbed by the sound of traffic, neighbours, and even rain and bad weather.

Cooler summers

We may have passed the worst of the 2022 heatwave, but convert your conservatory roof now, and you’ll benefit from a cooler, more comfortable space next summer as your insulated roof will stop cooler air from escaping meaning you can enjoy the space even during the next heatwave!

Total Roofcare has developed a procedure that means homeowners can benefit from an insulated conservatory roof with ease. ThermeRoof by Total Roofcare includes insulation and solid roofing helping transform your conservatory into a far more useable space. Find out more about ThermeRoof by filling in one of our contact forms or calling 0800 917 5109.

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