Why A Tiled Roof Conservatory is Perfect For Noise Control
The noise that comes from living in a busy city centre, near a main road, or close to a school or playground can go beyond being a mere annoyance. Aside from disrupting your daily routine and hampering your ability to relax, it can be a major headache if you’re working from home – try having a Zoom meeting with screaming kids and honking cars drowning you out!
If you’ve been thinking about expanding your home with a conservatory but live in a noisy area, you might have been held back by concerns about the noise it would be exposed to. After all, what’s the point of having a conservatory if you can’t enjoy it? Even worse, what if it ends up making the rest of your home even louder?
Luckily, you don’t have to suffer in (a lack of) silence. A tiled roof conservatory is the perfect solution, combining all the benefits of a traditional conservatory with exceptional sound and heat insulation. It will allow you to create a peaceful sanctuary where you can escape the hustle and bustle of your home, whether you want to use it for relaxing, working, or anything else.
So, what makes a tiled roof conservatory so effective at soundproofing? Let’s delve into the details and find out!
What makes tiled roofs better at soundproofing than glass roofs?
Glass roof conservatories have been a popular choice for decades, loved for their ability to flood the space with natural light and offer breathtaking views. However, there’s one downside: glass is not a great sound insulator. This means that a fully glass conservatory can be noisier and less peaceful than you might hope.
On the other hand, tiled conservatory roofs are made from materials like timber, slate, or shingle, all of which are fantastic at blocking sound. You won’t have to sacrifice the light and views, either – tiled conservatories still feature the wide side windows of normal conservatories, and you can even add skylights for extra brightness. It’s the best of both worlds!
That’s all well and good, but now the question becomes: which tiled roof is the best? Luckily, we have the answer.
Which tiled roof is best for soundproofing?
At Trade Price Warmer Living, we design and supply the most insulated roofs on the market. Built with cutting-edge Warmer Roof technology, they incorporate a unique 125 mm multi-foil honeycomb insulation layer combined with an additional 53 mm insulated plasterboard. This advanced construction effectively prevents soundwaves from passing through, guaranteeing a quiet and peaceful environment inside your space.
On top of its impressive soundproofing capabilities, the Warmer Roof system excels at maintaining the temperature within your conservatory. It effectively traps heat during winter and keeps it out during summer, so you don’t have to worry about your space freezing or overheating – it will stay comfortable all year long!
Looking to turn the volume down even further? Upgrade to our latest innovation, the Warmer Roof Plus! With 125 mm honeycomb insulation, 82.5 mm insulated plasterboard, and an impressive U-Value of 0.12Wm²k, it sets a new standard for soundproofing and thermal efficiency in roof systems.
Talk to the Experts in Tiled-roof Conservatory Design
If you’d like to see our Warmer Roofs up close, why not book a visit to our 6,000 sq ft showroom in Somerset? You’ll be able to experience the quality firsthand, as well as get expert recommendations from a member of our team.