When is the best time to replace your conservatory roof?

Replacing your conservatory roof is a big decision to make, and choosing a solid roofing option will make a huge difference to the space. Replacing your roof with an insulated alternative to traditional glass roofing will mean your home benefits from a comfortable space that you’ll enjoy using throughout the year. So, when is the best time to have your roof replaced? To help you decide when to replace, we’ve looked at what you need to consider.

When do you use it most?

This is likely to change once you’ve got your new roof installed, but it’s important to look at when you currently use your conservatory the most. For the majority of homeowners, this is going to be during the summer months, which could mean the best time to have it replaced is any time during Autumn, Winter, and Spring. In 2022, more people than ever before are working from home. Have you considered turning your conservatory into a home office?

Have you got any planned trips?

Jetting off to enjoy some summer sun, or splurging on a snowy winter break? Best not to arrange for your replacement to happen while you’re away. After all, you’ll need to be at home to let the workmen in.

Are you desperate for extra space this winter?

If you’re planning a New Year’s Eve party, or are having the family over on Christmas day, then perhaps it’s worth arranging your replacement before the festivities begin? Providing you choose an insulated conservatory roof replacement, then you’ll be able to enjoy a far warmer conservatory this winter – perfect for large family Christmas dinners or New Year’s celebrations!

Enjoy your conservatory all the time

Total Roofcare specialise in providing homeowners with clever roofing solutions. We created ThermeRoof, which delivers an ‘all-in-one’ conservatory roofing solution. Find out more by calling 0800 917 5109 or filling in one of our contact forms and requesting a call back.

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