Replacing your conservatory roof with a solid one restores thermal efficiency, can reduce energy bills and allows you to make the most of your extension all year round.
However, before installing your new solid roof you must be vigilant and check whether planning permission needs to be applied for first.
When installing a solid roof, there are a few things you will need to consider:
The Local Authorities Building Control also gives the following direction in relation to solid roof installations – “your local authority building control team is likely to ensure that the roof and supporting structure fully complies with the Building Regulations.”
We are sure that anyone reading this who is considering installing a solid roof may now be having second thoughts, but please don’t!
Here at Hazlemere we won’t leave you to fend for yourself in these circumstances, we will deal with any of the above requirements on your behalf to make replacing your existing conservatory roof for a solid roof as stress-free as possible.
Find out everything you need to know about solid roofs and the types of solid roofs we offer here.
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