How to Prepare for Your Conservatory Roof Replacement
Choosing to replace your conservatory roof with a more modern option is a great idea. It comes with so many benefits and many people are beginning to make changes to their conservatory. However, you may not know what to expect as removing the roof from part of your home is a scary concept.
Here’s what to do to ensure your replacement doesn’t lead to any damage to your home or contents.
Understand the schedule
For a successful conservatory roof replacement, it’s important to plan ahead. You’ll need to understand what to expect and how you’ll need to adjust your routine. It’s a good idea to reach out to your buildings if they haven't already given you the details. This will help you plan accordingly so there is little impact on your daily life. Ask your builder for a timeline for the replacement process, the work schedule and who is likely to be working on your property.
Prepare for dust
Any renovations done on your home will produce dust, there’s no avoiding it. However, you can take precautions to keep it isolated to your conservatory and not spread to other areas. Firstly, you’ll need to isolate your conservatory from the rest of your home. Any doors that connect to other rooms should remain closed and any gaps blocked with a towel, cloth or draught excluder. You should also check with your installation team that they know you would like doors to be kept shut throughout the process.
Protect your furniture
While you may be renovating your conservatory, completing and planning on buying brand-new furniture, you still want to protect the old furniture so it can be donated or sold. Or maybe you have already brought your dream furniture items. It’s essential that all furniture is removed before the roofing specialists get to work on the conservatory roof installation. This will help prevent any damage and also give the installation team the space and freedom to freely navigate the conservatory and get the job done well.