Does It Take Long To Put A Solid Roof On A Conservatory?
If you’re interested in installing a solid roof on your conservatory, it may also interest you to know just how long the project is going to take. Well, the fitting of a solid conservatory roof is quite easy and quick with minimal disruption and mess around when done by a reliable professional. The process, however, involves removing the old existing roof of the conservatory rather than fitting the new roof over the old one which can lead to many complications. Generally, the entire process should take about 6 working days to complete. In this article, we’re going to provide a breakdown of each task as well as the duration to complete the individual tasks to give you an idea of the entire solid roof replacement process. Let’s take a look!
✓ Day 1 - Setting up of the site. This includes sealing off your conservatory from the rest of the house as well as laying of the floor protection. Furthermore, your existing conservatory roof will be removed and positioned in such a way to enable easy transportation and disposal. By the end of the first day, the installation of the new roof will completed and made to be water tight
✓ Day 2 - Insulation will be installed on the inside of your new solid roof.
✓ Day 3 - The replacement conservatory roof will be tiled and the insulated plasterboard will be installed inside.
✓ Day 4 - This involves finishing of the conservatory roof’s inside and outside. And all rubbish would be adequately disposed off.
✓ Day 5 - Your tiled conservatory roof’s new ceiling will be plastered.
✓ Day 6 - This day is free as the plaster is left to dry off properly.