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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
With the patio doors open to the lounge it makes a right noise when it rains on our conservatory.
If I wanted to remove the patio doors, other than a slate roof. How can I reduce the noise?

Thanks all
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
earplugs

the weight of any other roof will need massive rebuilding
#2
Turn the music/tv up.

Other than that as jubbyme says other roofs would require more support.
#3
Oh NO NO NO. I love the noise. I sit out there in the dark listening to the rain. I am so sad.
#4
Penny Saver
Oh NO NO NO. I love the noise. I sit out there in the dark listening to the rain. I am so sad.


+1 love it too
#5
queenlush
+1 love it too


Yeah, sometimes there's lightning too!
banned#6
get one of those rain noise CDs and play that when it isn;t raining....
#7
jubbyme
get one of those rain noise CDs and play that when it isn;t raining....


That's just not the same. The rain on the roof is, well... better. Indescribably better. And after one or two run throughs, the CD would become predictable :whistling:
#8
trouble is, I want to listen to the football and it doesnt half get loud when its bucketing down
thanks for all your suggestions though. I figured there may be rebuilding involved
#9
ADZ1478
trouble is, I want to listen to the football and it doesnt half get loud when its bucketing down
thanks for all your suggestions though. I figured there may be rebuilding involved


'listen to the football'???? Surely it's all just crowd noise anyway? Unless you mean radio...
1 Like #10
assuming the roof is polycarb (plastic) you can replace the polycarb roof sheets with glass ones which will reduce the noice quite a bit but you will proberly be looking at £1000 at a guess. not worth it.

I loved the sound of the rain when I had my hot tub in it but its no good if your trying to listen to the tv in there.
#11
gotta have sound up on the TV when watchin football!!
1 Like #12
My parents' conservatory had a loud roof (in heavy rain you couldn't really sit in there) but it was recently replaced and you can hardly hear the rain now, it is still some form of plastic.
#13
pghstochaj
My parents' conservatory had a loud roof (in heavy rain you couldn't really sit in there) but it was recently replaced and you can hardly hear the rain now, it is still some form of plastic.


Old polycarbonate roof sheets had 3-5 'skins' and were mostly 16mm thick, newer ones are 32mm thick and have 6-10 skins so there a lot quieter.
You wouldnt be able to just change the sheets as the old profile wouldnt hold the new depth sheets in it so it would mean a full new roof.
#14
I reckon I'd rather listen to the rain and spend a grand on a good holiday or something
#15
ADZ1478
I reckon I'd rather listen to the rain and spend a grand on a good holiday or something


I agree. :thumbsup:
#16
I wanted to remove the doors to open up the lounge, may get different doors, some that fold in on themselves ?
#17
ADZ1478
I wanted to remove the doors to open up the lounge, may get different doors, some that fold in on themselves ?


there goes the 1000 quid, ha.
#18
just checked ebay for bi-fold doors, sack that. Im going on holiday
#19
ADZ1478;8042714
just checked ebay for bi-fold doors, sack that. Im going on holiday


Wise choice sir.

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