Installing a conservatory in the garden of your home is an excellent choice! You will be able to enjoy extra space in your home and get the most out of your garden all year round, even during the cold, winter months. If you truly want to get the full benefits of a conservatory, then a glass roof is the way to go. You can enjoy heat efficiency, natural light and the joy of a low maintenance roof.
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In this blog post, we will discuss why choosing glass for your conservatory roof is the best decision you can make. Read on to find out about the benefits of a glass conservatory roof and the different types of glass you can choose from.
What are the Benefits of a Glass Conservatory Roof?
Glass has fantastic insulation properties. When the sun is shining, the room will stay cool as the glass will not allow an excessive amount of sun rays to enter. During duller, cold days the properties will allow the room temperature to quickly rise. This means that you will not have to fork out for central heating or cooling, and ultimately save you money in the long run.
A conservatory looks amazing when natural light is abundant and allows the room to fulfil its full purpose. Conservatories are a great way to get the most out of your garden all year and can add value to your home, adding one to your home is certainly an investment! A glass roof allows floods of natural light to come into the room. This is brilliant for the winter months when you are low on Vitamin D and sunlight, as you will at least be able to enjoy the rare occurrence of it from the comfort of your own home.
Glass reduces the noise that enters and leaves the property or room. In fact, it can eliminate up to 50% of noise. So, outdoor sounds such as rain or wind, will not be extremely loud. It will either be nonexistent or very quiet.
Visually, glass looks great as it creates the illusion that the room is larger than it actually is. It will make your guests instantly think ‘wow’ when they go into the room. Also, glass is very versatile and it matches in with many different interior styles. So, it is a great choice if you regularly change your interior style around.
Another great thing about having a glass roof is that it is very low maintenance, and you can even choose self-cleaning glass if you want practically no chores involving the roof. The sun breaks down any dirt, dust or debris particles and the rain washes all of that away too. Read this blog post if you are interested in finding out more about the benefits of a glass roof conservatory.
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Different Types of Glass Roofs
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Self-cleaning glass roofs are a great choice if you are looking for a roof that is low maintenance. It removes the trouble of cleaning or paying someone to clean the roof regularly, and saves you time and money in the long run.
If one of your main concerns is the regulation of heat in your conservatory, you can opt for thermally efficient glass. This will help to keep the heat in during the winter and keep the room cool during the summer. The glass panels are double glazed, and you can have layering to stop excessive sun rays from entering the room, as this might be an annoyance if you are working or reading in the conservatory.
If you plan to use your conservatory to complete tasks or enjoy leisure time, tinted glass would be a great choice for you. For example, if you plan to read, work, watch TV or use your computer in the conservatory, then the sunlight might affect this. However, tinted glass reduces the harshness of the sun, leaving you with subtle light. You can add layering to other types of glass to get this effect.
Toughened glass is an affordable, durable and visually pleasing option. It requires more maintenance than the other options, however, it is still easier to maintain than tiling. Read more about the benefits of toughened glass in this blog post.