How can you stop a Conservatory roof from leaking?

February 2020 was the wettest month on record with a staggering 209mm of rain falling, according to the Met Office. With climate change predicting increasingly wetter times, a leaking conservatory roof is a big issue which can cause serious damage to your home.

We find leaking roofs are one of the main causes of conservatories not being used causing damage to your furniture and the potential build-up of damp and mould which can have health implications for the elderly and those with respiratory conditions such as asthma. Greenspace are conservatory roof experts.

Established in 2013, we know conservatories and the pitfalls of leaking roofs! Many conservatories are constructed with polycarbonate panels which were the popular choice when many conservatories of the past 10 years were built. The problem these panels encounter is the lack of durability during changing weather and the changing weather of the UK has led to many of these panels perishing, causing leaking roofs.

Repairing A Leaking Conservatory Roof

Of course, you could go for the DIY fix of sealing the gaps in your roof with a sealant. This could provide a short term fix with the leak returning in the coming months.  We would recommend replacing your roof with our industry-leading Thermotec panels which are designed to withstand all weathers and have a 10-year guarantee. Our panels have no gaps meaning no leaks, no condensation and no mould build providing a watertight conservatory and a more hygienic solution than traditional panels. Our panels also bring the added benefit of making your space cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter meaning you can enjoy your conservatory all year round.

We pride ourselves on a one-day turnaround for fitting meaning you can start to enjoy your conservatory the next day.

Give us a call today or fill out the form to the right to find out how we can fix your leaking roof and reclaim the space in your home ready to entertain family and friends.

Leaking Conservatory Roof