A pretty important subject, because if you get it wrong, you could easily bitterly regret it.
Before making your final decision about the roofing material you are going to have on your new conservatory there are many things to take in to consideration. Firstly I strongly suggest you actually see a piece of the roofing material before you choose to order it, and physically look through it to help judge how much glare or shading it will provide for you.
Both of the above examples are from the Marlon ST Longlife range which also includes: Clear - Bronze - Heat Guard - Heat Guard Opal - Opal - Bronze Opal. To find out more about the many polycarbonate roof types available I suggest that you do a search on the word on the Internet.
Some manufacturers offer polycarbonate in all sorts of colours as well, check them out as the decision about roofing type is most important and not to be taken without full consideration.
The only downside to polycarbonate is that when it rains hard it can be noisy but that is a very little trade off considering all the advantages. I would never choose glass for a conservatory roof myself, but there are those that would.
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