Building Your Perfect Conservatory

DIY Conservatories With A Tiled Roof

When building your perfect conservatory you will have the choice of bases, sizes and roofs that will go onto your conservatory. With the bases, you can get the full-height glass base or the Dwarf Wall Conservatory base, with the dwarf wall you are able to choose the brick that is used on the base from our very own range. Then you have the size that you can choose for your conservatory. Each of our conservatory styles comes in a wide range of sizes that you can choose from; We do this so that you are able to choose the size that you want and the size that will suit your home. If you are planning on what you are going to use the conservatory for, you will know exactly how big or small you need the conservatory to be. Then you have the choice of what roof you want on your structure.

At Roofs for conservatory, we have a few choices of roofs you can have on your conservatory. These choices are glass, polycarbonate and tiled roof. We very much recommend the tiled roof; this is because of the amazing benefits it can bring to the room. The insulation inside of the roof is really where all of the benefits come from. This is because the insulation makes the room a lot more efficient with the energy it uses, which means you will be able to save on your energy bill each month. As well the insulation in the roof will help to make the sounds inside of the conservatory much softer and less echoey; This means you are able to have people over during the summertime and people can talk and chat inside of the conservatory without it getting too loud and noisy inside.

If you do decide to go with the tiled roof for your conservatory you want to make sure you get yours with us. The reason for this is that you want to opt for a solid roof that has been endorsed by authority building services. In doing so, you improve your chances of receiving building regulations approval. Both JHAI and Assent Building Control have acknowledged very few solid roofs, but our solid roof has their full backing. This is because they have recognised it as a safe and secure building product that meets their exceptionally high standards. The solid roof is designed for new installations or as a roof replacement for existing structures. The warm roof was conceived through the use of a (patent granted) pod system. These tiled roofs for the conservatory feature a U-value of 0.14 and are finished off with lightweight tiles which are available in a wide range of colours and seamlessly integrate with your home.

Each of our tiled roofs for the conservatory is extensively tested. Thanks to our technician’s careful design and engineering process, all structural and building regulations are met. Professionally issued certificates ensure compliance and that they exceed the current building regulation requirements. This ensures both structural and thermal performance for your conservatory and wider living space. As mentioned earlier our tiled roofs can be used on existing structures that want our roof. When undertaking a tiled roof for conservatory replacement, we know speed is crucial for protecting your space. And minimising disruptions. Fortunately, thanks to our speedy installations, the inside of your conservatory will only be exposed for a little bit of time before we then cover it back up with your new and improved roof that will be fabricated in our UK-based factory.

Contact Us about Building Your Perfect Conservatory

If you are interested in the conservatories, roofs and services we can provide you with please make sure you get in contact with our team who will be able to answer any questions you have and will also be able to provide you with a quote for your ideal conservatory. You can also come and visit our factory if you want to see our range in person before you buy.