Tiled Roof Conservatory

Here’s why investing in a revolutionary tiled roof conservatory can rejuvenate your home

DIY Conservatories With A Tiled Roof

Create the ultimate all-year-round room and the perfect conduit between your home and garden.

A sensible decision for a homeowner to make is to opt for a tiled roof. This is because the roof boasts a bunch of features that will make your experience with the conservatory much better. The tiled roof will enable you to use the conservatory for much longer periods of the year. During the winter months the roof will be able to keep the warmer air inside of the conservatory so you aren’t spending too much on your heating bill. This will also help the environment as you aren’t using as many fossil fuels to heat the conservatory up and at a time where we need to be more aware of our energy usage the tiled roof really helps to ensure you aren’t using more energy than what you should.

Yet, the tiled roof doesn’t just look good. It’s rigorously designed and tested to exceed all current building authority regulation requirements.

Despite being thoroughly assessed for thermal retention and fire checks, its biggest benefit is its most obvious. The tried and tested traditional timber roof skeleton has sound structural stability. Thanks to long-established carpentry and joining techniques, it puts forward unbeatable performance. Unlike metal roof assembly kits, condensation or expansion isn’t an issue. Put simply, you can’t go wrong with a timber tiled roof conservatory kit. To drive this point home, your own roof is most likely constructed using timber. Plus, as our timber is sourced from renewable and sustainable sources, you can be happy to know that you are lowering your carbon footprint. Yet, it’s not just a green future you have to look forward to.
Tiled Roof Conservatory

Our state-of-the-art tiled roof conservatory is purpose-built for you by our team of carpenters.

How do we make a tiled roof conservatory?

Opt for a tried and tested solution that stands the test of time.

The average lifespan of a tiled roof conservatory depends on a range of factors. Consider its positioning, the climate and – most importantly – the workmanship and materials used. You will have limited control over the location or the weather conditions your conservatory must withstand. Yet, the choice is all yours when it comes to deciding what materials to use and who installed your tiled roof conservatory. By choosing Roofs for Conservatory, you’re opting for a tried and tested solution. You’re opting for a tiled roof conservatory that will stand the test of time. Here’s a breakdown of our process and how we go about erecting a tiled roof conservatory.

Part One – Structuring, insulating and dismantling the tiled roof conservatory

Step #1
The rough uPVC structure and timber ring beam are laid out on the Roofing for Conservatory shop floor – ready for the main roof construction.
Step #2
The right and left main roof sections of the tiled roof conservatory are assembled. Each side is lifted and lowered into position, before being bolted down and fixed.
Step #3
The large section structural timber hips are lowered and fixed to the rim beam and main ridge assembly. This proves critical for shaping the tiled roof conservatory.
Step #4
Traditional timber jack paths are fixed into the roof structure. The structural timber skeleton of the tiled roof conservatory is now ready for the insulation panels.
Step #5
All super performance insulation panels are slotted into the structure for on-site accuracy. Each solid panel is factory pre-cut to size for optimal performance.
Step #6
With the insulation panels slotted within, the structural plywood decking can be fixed to the timber roof skeleton. Now, it resembles the tiled roof conservatory.
Step #7
With the structural plywood decking in place, high-performance breathable felt is fitted atop. This cover bounds the roof together for additional insulation.
Step #8
Our external weatherproof roofing tiles are pre-cut placed one by one onto the roof decking. Once in place, it’s clear to see that it can withstand the elements.
Step #9
The preformed roof and hip cappings can now be fixed. This slots and locks over the tiles, finalising the look of the tiled roof conservatory.
Step #10
Your tiled roof conservatory is now ready to be disassembled. Our team will wrap and pack each element, ensuring it’s safe and secure for transportation to your site.

How do we install a tiled roof?

Durable, sustainable and thermally efficient.

Unlike a glazed conservatory roof, a tiled roof conservatory comes with a surplus of benefits. These include noise reduction and temperature control, which allows it to keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter. These systems are far more durable, sustainable and thermally efficient. Plus, they reduce the chances of condensation build-up which many glass roofs suffer from.

Part Two – Dismantling your glazed conservatory roof

Step #11
Should the customer have an existing glazed conservatory roof, we would deglaze it. Yet, work will only begin once the new tiled roof is safely on the customer’s site.
Step #12
With the glazing removed, we’ll go about removing the original aluminium skeleton – ready for recycling. Now, the conservatory base is ready to receive its tiled roof.

Part Three – Installing your new tiled roof

Step #13
The uPVC roof sill and the timber ring beam are laid atop the conservatory base, and the main roof sections are installed. This is the basis of the tiled roof conservatory.
Step #14
The structural hip and jack’s paths can be fixed in place. Once in place, the external uPVC fascia boards can also be fitted to build the structural skeleton.
Step #15
The factory pre-cut insulation panels are slotted into the lightweight timber roof structure. These super performance panels are why it’s such an effective system.
Step #16
Once the exterior grade structural plywood roof decking is installed, the felt can be laid. Yet, this isn’t any felt. It’s high-performance breathable roofing felt.
Step #17
Finally, the exterior lightweight tiles can be installed with a manufacturer’s guarantee. For added peace of mind, this makes it a truly fit and forget roof system.
Step #18
New LED lights are fitted using the traditional stepped method. Once installed, the hip and ridge top cappings can be fitted and the external installation is complete.
Step #19
The internal vaulted plasterboard ceiling is installed, and a plaster skin finish is applied. As a finishing touch, add spot downlights or even a central ceiling light.
Step #20

The transformation of your conservatory is now complete. Its performance has been dramatically enhanced to create a superb living space for all seasons.

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Hundreds of happy customers have saved thousands.

A sensible decision for any homeowner is to opt for a solid roof endorsed by authority building control services. Both JHAI and Assent Building Control have acknowledged very few solid roofs, but ours has their full backing. This is because they recognise the Warmer Roof as a safe and secure building product that meets their high standards.

Don’t settle for unapproved roofs. Trust Roofs for Conservatory.

Since then, we have forged an excellent reputation for quality, care and the lowest prices in the industry. With over 15 years of experience in the trade, we ensure our clients receive high-quality, low-cost solutions. Alongside being proud manufacturers of the Warmer Roof, Roofs for Conservatory offer a wide range of bases, windows and doors. All so you can have your dream DIY Conservatory delivered to your door, courtesy of Roofs for Conservatory.

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