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Conservatory & Garage Roofing In Bridgwater, Somerset and the South West

Revamp your Conservatory or Garage for significantly less, by applying a new roof or repairing its existing one.

Choose from a wide range of finishes to compliment your home.

There can be many reasons as to why people choose to change their conservatory roof including:

A comfy & cosy space

A traditional glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof provides minimal insulation. On a hot day it can feel like an oven, and on a winters day, it can feel like a walk in the snow. A solid conservatory roof will put an end to extreme temperature changes. You won’t need thermals or fan to sit in your conservatory if you have a conservatory roof from Central Roofing. Solid conservatory roofs are highly insulated, so they create a comfortable living space all year round.

Beautiful Inside and Out

A solid roof will greatly improve the look of your conservatory. But it’s not just the outside that will look better, as it has a plastered, fully insulated ceiling inside. It feels a lot more homely and feels just like the rest of the house. Since a solid conservatory roof has a plastered ceiling, you can install some roof lights. consider spotlights for a subtle look.

Say Goodbye to Glare

A conservatory with a tiled roof drastically reduces any sun glare caused by clear roofs. Browse on your device, work on your laptop, or watch that TV series without the sun reflecting in your eyes. Plus, your furniture will be less faded from exposure to UV rays with a solid roof. 

These just a few of the many benefits of a conservatory roof replacement. If you’re ready to learn more about getting a tiled replacement roof? Give our friendly team a call on 0800 0614 759 or send an email to hello@centralroofingsw.co.uk .

Why choose Central Roofing for your Installation?

  • Fully Qualified Installation Teams
  • Trusted & Friendly Service
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • Minimal Disruption
  • No Deposit Required

Contact us today for all your Roofing Maintenance Services