Tiled Roof System

DIY Conservatories With A Tiled Roof

Getting a conservatory on the back of your home can be quite exciting as you will finally be able to have the extra room you wanted. Our conservatories are all DIY and this means you are able to build it all by yourself. This makes the building process a lot easier and cheaper for our customers who loved the challenge of being able to build it themselves. We provide you with all of the guides and instructions that you need to be able to do the build yourself and it is all pretty simple thanks to our brilliant pod system that we make the conservatory with. It’s basically just like putting together a puzzle, no complicated calculations or anything like that.

We have lots of different types of conservatories as well, these are Lean-To, Edwardian, Victorian, Gable End and more. The tiled roof features a U-value of 0.14 and this is very good as the U-value measures how much heat can escape through the roof and the lower the value the better the thermal performance is. The roof also features lightweight tiles and these are available in a wide range of colours and seamlessly integrate with your home.

We are also compliant with all the regulations, every one of our DIY tiled roofs for conservatory are extensively tested; Thanks to our careful design and engineering process, all structural and building regulations are met. Professional issued certificates ensure compliance with the regulations. All of our pods are fabricated in our Factory in the UK. If you are in need of a roof replacement our team will be able to remove your old roof and fir the new one making it watertight much quicker than you could with any other system. We know that speed is critical to limit the disruption caused to your room.

Benefits of the tiled roof system

So, the benefits the tiled roof system bring to the conservatory are very good and will make the conservatory a lot more useful. The first benefit is the improved acoustics that the roof will provide to the conservatory and means that sounds won’t bounce around so much and you can have people sit inside of it and talk without the sounds getting too loud and annoying. This will be especially helpful when it is raining. If you own a conservatory with a glass or polycarbonate roof you know that it gets very loud and it is hard to relax inside of the conservatory when the downpour is quite rough. Not to mention that the sound will spread around the house and you will always know when it is raining.

Then you have the aesthetics of the roof and the tiles on top make it look more blended into the home it is attached to especially if the colour of the tiles is matched up. The whole structure looks smarter and more professional and this won’t only benefit the conservatory but your whole home too. Then probably the most known benefit of a tiled roof is the insulation that is packed into the roof. This will help so much to enable you to use the conservatory all year round. The insulation will help to keep as much of the heat inside of the conservatory as possible and this will help to save the amount of energy you use which will save you money as well as the environment. This will particularly help you during the winter when it is freezing cold outside and you will be able to relax in your cosy warm conservatory. You will also feel the benefit in the summer months as well; Normally the sun would penetrate through the glass or polycarbonate roof and heat up the conservatory just how a greenhouse would and the temperature keeps getting hotter and hotter making it very uncomfortable to be inside of. With the tiled roof, this won’t be so bad and the temperature will be more bearable.

Contact Us For Tiled Roof System

Do you want to get your conservatory with a tiled roof? If the answer was yes then you might want to fill in our form down below to find out how much your ideal conservatory would cost you and to submit your interest in our work. If you would prefer to talk to someone or find out some more information please go to our contact page, Click Here.