Due to the constant exposure to the weather and other sources of debris, a build-up of dirt on a conservatory roof is inevitable. Whilst it’s not the most glamorous of jobs, it’s important for maximising the visual appeal of your conservatory. So to help you keep yours looking great, we’ve created this short guide for cleaning a conservatory roof.
Getting prepared for the job
Firstly, you need to gather the right tools so you can carry out the cleaning:
What you’ll need
Having someone to hold the ladder and an extendable brush is important for ensuring safety. Using such a method reduces the risk of falling off the ladder. Plus, you won’t have to climb onto your conservatory roof to clean it, meaning there’s no risk of you falling through it! Using a non-abrasive brush and soap instead of harsh cleaning chemicals will also ensure that your roof isn’t scratched or damaged.
You can purchase a window cleaning brush/squeegee using the link here.
Method for cleaning a conservatory roof
Now that you have all your tools gathered, you can follow this straightforward method for cleaning:
After following this method, any glass conservatory roof should be left sparkling. If you have an orangery, then the aforementioned method is perfectly suitable for cleaning its roof too.
Tiled conservatory roofs reduce cleaning costs significantly
If you’d like a to reduce the frequency of cleaning a conservatory roof, consider replacing a glass variant with a solid roof. These are a stylish, low maintenance conservatory roofing solution. Here at Falcon our experienced team can install one too.
For more information on maintaining a conservatory, solid roofs or other conservatory roofing solutions, get in touch with Falcon today. Call our experienced team on 01656 646 047 or send us a message using our online contact form.