Glass Conservatory Roofs
How to install a glass conservatory roof
Glass Conservatory Roof Maintenance
Glass conservatory roofs are still high maintenance as they require regular cleaning and show up any dirt instantly compared to solid roofs which do not show any dirt at all and polycarbonate roofs which are slightly obscure. Some customer’s can clean their own glass conservatory roof however it can be awkward, time consuming and sometimes dangerous we would recommend asking your window cleaner if they provide this service. Always be wary of 'self-cleaning' glass it will help slightly but any bird droppings or debris from nearby trees will still need phsycially cleaning.
Glass conservatory roof pros & cons.
Glass Conservatory Roofs In Brief
In brief glass conservatory roofs will remain popular with customers wanting their conservatory to be as light as possible or who like to look at the sky whilst sitting in their conservatory. However there are many homeowners who have replaced their glass conservatory roof for an insulated solid roof well before it actually needed replacing and this is down to the lack of insulation and wanting to be able to enjoy their conservatory all year round. Glass conservatories are not a cheap option so are fairly niche in that most customers who are prepared to spend more on their conservatory roof will often opt for a insulated solid roof or a lantern roof and those homeowners on a budget will opt for a polycarbonate roof.