One of the biggest problems with transparent conservatory roofing is that the constant, intensified light from the sun makes it difficult to use the room without suffering from excessive glare. Many people like to read or watch TV in their conservatory, but find that this glare restricts them from doing so comfortably.
At Green Space UK, our insulated conservatory roofing panels stop excessive glare and help give you a room that you can use for its intended purpose. With the panels in place, the glare is unable to get through. The panels are finished with a gloss on the underside, so although direct glare is minimised, the room is still bright and airy.
Glare Reduction - The solid panels stop direct sunlight, so no more straining your eyes to read or watch television
Helping Plants - As well as furniture, your plants will benefit from the less intense exposure to the sunlight
Bright and Airy - Your conservatory is still bright and airy, with the glossy underside of the panels reflecting light around the room
With a Green Space UK conservatory roof, you can have a conservatory that is useable all year round, whatever the weather. Our bespoke design process means that installation takes less than a day. No mess, no fuss, no hassle.
The panels are made of two sheets of powder coated and baked aluminium and wrapped around a thick layer of high density insulation. They are cut to the exact dimensions of your existing conservatory roofing framework, and hand welded by our experts. All of the hard work takes place here in our UK factory, so on installation day all that we need to do is swap your existing panels out with your new, insulated panels. All that you need to do is choose the colour!
As each panel is bespoke, so are our prices - however quotations are completely free and no obligation, so you have nothing to lose. We are a family run business based in Hampshire and since 2013 we have transformed over 12,000 conservatories into useable rooms throughout the country. We know that our product works and our customers are testament to that.
My main concern was the loss of light but that isn't the case, the room is lovely and light and has lost the glare from the sun - Mrs C A Markham, Middlesex.