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Tiled Conservatory Roofs
A conservatory is a great investment in your home and will be enjoyed all year round. If you are looking to add value to your home then a Tiled Conservatory Roof is the perfect addition. A tiled roof allows you to have an extension to your living space that you can use all year round. Externally a Tiled Conservatory Roof is aesthetically superior to an old polycarbonate or glass roof, insofar as it's tiles and cappings are streamlined and unobtrusive. Not relying on bulky portal frames, concrete or brick columns, its lightweight facet provides far more options in relation to window and door selection.
A Tiled Conservatory Roof offers contemporary or traditional finishes internally. Choose from a plaster finish or timber/PVC-u cladding.You can also add some fantastic finishing touches with concealed lighting. The options are endless and provides the scope you require to produce your own beautiful and unique look for your home.
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Our only goal is to give our customers the very best advice on the best type of roof to suit their exact requirements is what sets us apart. We do not have any special affialiation with any one manufacturer, so are always able to give frank and impartial advice on which tiled roof system would be the perfect replacement for a specific conservatory.
Did you know that you can now replace a conservatory roof with a solid tiled conservatory roof without having to apply for building regulations?
There were changes made to the building regulatioins on October 1st 2010 which allows anyone to put a solid roof on a conservatory as long as they meet the following criteria…
They are built at ground level and are less than 30 square metres in floor area.
The conservatory is separated from the house by external quality walls, doors or windows.
There should be an independent heating system with separate temperature and on/off controls.
Glazing and any fixed electrical installations comply with the applicable building regulations requirements
Metrotile is still the only lightweight steel roofing manufacturer that is able to offer a 40 year guarantee on all of our profiles. Crafted to the highest standard under meticulous conditions, each Metrotile is forged from drawing quality 3 steel, the highest steel grade available in our industry.
For centuries, slate roofing has been desired for its durability and beauty. With authentic surfaces and edges, TapcoSlate highlights the handsome character of slate, at the same time enhancing roof performance
through innovative design. Unlike natural slate, TapcoSlate won't break or delaminate.
The UltraTile polymer roofing system not only replicates the natural look of slate tiles but is easier to install and less expensive without incurring the extra structural cost needed to accomodate conventional slate roofing. The UltraTile polymer roofing system is also designed to outperform and be more cost-effective than any other synthetic slate tile replica system on the market.
These Envirotile roof tile is a precision manufactured recycled product with extremely good eco credentials, they are also 100% recyclable at the end of their life. Designed with a mould that produces an aesthetically pleasing design the leading edge of each tile has a chamfered finish which gives a fantastic look when installed. They are finished with a slate effect riven texture to mimic the traditional tiles they aim to replace.
This website is a one stop portal for people considering a tiled conservatory roof or insulating their existing conservatory. Packed full of valuable information to give conservatory owners all the knowledge required to make the right choice when selecting which roof system is most suitable, effective and reasonably priced.
Installing a solid or warm roof onto existing conservatory structures is becoming one of the most popular home improvements considered by people who are frustrated with not being able to use their rooms due to extreme hot and cold temperatures, noise nuisance from the rain, leaks and sun glare.
We provide totally impartial information and advice and are dedicated to giving our visitors a chance to compare the major brands of tiled conservatory roofs in terms of performance, structure, materials used, 'U' Values and most importantly .... Cost.
We also lay bare all the frequently asked questions regarding Tiled Conservatory Roofs including the very latest Local Area Building Control guidelines.
We are pleased to provide technical specifications on all the major tiled conservatory roof systems available, along with downloadable brochures, price guides and comparisons.
The Systems that are available to be compared are:
Guardian Warm Roof
The Garden Room
Celcius Solid Roof
If you’re looking to replace your conservatory’s existing roof, or are adding a conservatory to your home and would like to have a solid roof installed, then you may be wondering whether you need to apply for planning permission.
It used to be that conservatories had to have a certain percentage of their roofing be translucent in order for them to be exempt from planning permission, but changes to building regulations now means that you may not need planning permission for a solid roof or large conservatory built in England.
When planning your conservatory, you should check the Planning Portal website to find the full list of limits and conditions that your conservatory must comply with. The website is split into sections, as there are different regulations for properties in England and Wales, and you may find that if you live on designated land or in a Site of Special Scientist Interest, you have to comply with stricter regulations.