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Replacing A Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof

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Think about the future of your home and how you want it to look. Do not be afraid to think outside the box, because with our new LEKA system we can turn an old outbuilding into something that will make all those who see it smile from within!

Before you replace your old, broken-down polycarbonate conservatory roof with something new like an aluminium or steel frame option; consider the LEKA system. The solid roofs are durable enough for years of weathering and won’t cost as much in repair bills down the road because they’re made out high-quality materials that will last longer than typical DIY jobs would!

The LEKA system is a solid roof replacement for older polycarbonate conservatory and orangery roofs that allow you to turn your too hot/cold outbuilding into an inviting room, effectively extending the life of your home at less than half price.

Reasons to replace a polycarbonate conservatory roof

Reasons to replace a polycarbonate conservatory roof

Polycarbonate conservatory roofs are a popular choice for many homeowners, but they also have significant drawbacks.

For one thing, polycarbonate is not a very good insulator, so it can make your conservatory uncomfortably hot in the summer and cold in the winter.

Additionally, polycarbonate is prone to discolouration over time, so it may not be the best choice if you’re looking for a long-lasting roof. Finally, polycarbonate is not very strong, so it’s vulnerable to damage from hail or high winds.

Your roof deters over time and may gather moss which attracts moisture and causes the wood to rot amongst other unwanted effects caused by ageing.

So in summary, polycarbonate conservatory roofs are a popular choice for many homeowners, but they can eventually start to show signs of wear and tear. If you’re considering replacing your old roof, there are a few different options to choose from.

 

What are the options for replacing a polycarbonate conservatory roof?

If you’re looking to replace your old polycarbonate conservatory roof, there are a few different options available to you.

One option is to replace it with a new LEKA based solid roof. This effectively turns your conservatory into an extension to your home that can be used all year round.

How to choose a suitable replacement for your conservatory roof

Maintaining a conservatory can be a challenge, especially when it comes to choosing the right replacement for your conservatory roof.

There are a few things to consider when making your decision, such as the amount of sunlight your conservatory gets and your budget. For example, if you live in an area with severe weather conditions, you’ll want to make sure that your conservatory can withstand high winds and heavy rain.

Similarly, if you have a south-facing conservatory that gets a lot of sunlight, you’ll need to choose a roof that can protect against UV rays.

Lastly, it’s important to consider your budget when choosing a replacement roof. While there are many options available, some roofs can be quite expensive. By taking all of these factors into account, you can be sure to choose the best replacement for your conservatory roof.

However, here at Pure Conservatories, we specialise in creating a conservatory that can be used all year round by installing a solid roof to your existing conservatory. The system we use is called the LEKA system and is quick to install, priced very low in comparison to a new conservatory or extension and allows you to use your conservatory whenever you like.

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Will I need planning permission for my Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof Replacement?

Fortunately, the government has changed regulations regarding conservatory permission since 2010. Building regulations can be obtained by your local authority or by an individual building control authority for this purpose or by an official agency of the building authority.

In light of the changes, the government has only required a planning application for homes in which modifications can have adverse impacts on the surrounding neighbourhoods and neighbours.

In contrast, building regulations concern the structural integrity and security of the residents. If you add solid roofing you should have Planning approval to build this conservatory.

Summary

The LEKA system is the perfect way to breathe new life into your home without breaking the bank. With a variety of options to choose from, we can help you find the perfect solution for your needs and give you a conservatory roof a facelift.

Call today on 0151 327 8095 for more information about our products and services. We would be happy to discuss the future of your home with you!