Solid Roofs for Conservatory

DIY Conservatories With A Tiled Roof
When you are purchasing a new conservatory, you need the roof to be a good one as this is something that is quite important to the structure. A sensible decision for any homeowner to make is to opt for a solid roof that is endorsed by authority building control 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. DIY tiled roofs for the conservatory are designed for new installations or as a roof replacement for existing structures. This warm roof design was conceived through the use of a pod system.
Our solid roofs for 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. All of our DIY tiled roofs for conservatory are extensively tested to ensure their strength and reliability. 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’s wider living space. The thermal performance of the roof will help to make the room a lot more efficient with the energy used to heat up the conservatory and not waste so much energy to bring down your energy bill. This is also good to protect our environment and reduce the emissions you are releasing into the atmosphere.

When purchasing a conservatory from us you don’t just get the choice of roofs you can put onto the structure, you can also choose the base, size and style of the conservatories. The bases you can have on your conservatory are the dwarf wall, full-height glass and full-height raised panels. With the dwarf wall, you can choose the brick that is used on the structure from our range. The size of the conservatory is also a very important factor when purchasing one as you will have an idea of the space you are able to fill with the conservatory and won’t want to have a conservatory that doesn’t fit your requirements. That is why we offer such a big range of sizes so no matter what kind of room you have available you will be satisfied with what we can supply you with. Then you can take a look at the styles of conservatories we have to see what style you think will suit your home. We have ones like the Lean-To, Edwardian, Victorian, Gable End and many more; You will be able to find something you like.

As well with our conservatories, they are all DIY; Which means that you are able to build the conservatory yourself. We will provide you with all the guides and instructions you will need to be able to put the structure together. We have had many customers who have done this themselves and said that the experience was brilliant. If you don’t feel up to the challenge then we can send our team of professional builders over to you who will be able to build the conservatory for you in good time and give you the peace of mind that the job is being done properly.

Contact Solid Roofs for Conservatory!

If you are interested in what we can provide you with please make sure you get in contact with our team. If you want to have a closer look at our conservatories you can come and visit our factory.