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Stop the Elements from Affecting Your Conservatory
A conservatory is a great place to relax and spend time with the people you love but this won’t stop the elements from gradually taking their toll. Without quality roofing, not only will the effects of condensation start to creep in but harsh light from the sun will begin to ruin your furniture.
Whether you have an older conservatory that requires an updated look or you want this living space to be more comfortable, modern and protected, we have a lightweight roofing solution that’s right for you.
Replacing your current conservatory roof with lightweight roofing usually requires building control permission and several days of installation. If you would prefer a roofing solution that offers a quicker, cleaner and simplified installation, you may want to consider our CosyPanels solution instead.
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Why install All Seasons Roof Lightweight Tiled Roofing?
- Reduce the risk of timber rot. Wood and moisture are not a long-term match, but you can keep moisture to a minimum with the right roofing
- Prevent mould and mildew. This common complaint can be avoided by choosing tiles that are designed to keep heat in and moisture out
- Regulate temperatures. Keep your conservatory warm in winter and cool in summer by replacing your outdated glass and polycarbonate roofing with a modern, lightweight alternative
- Reduce sun bleaching. Protect your furniture from the long-term effects of harsh UV rays by replacing glass panels with quality roofing
- 40 Year Guarantee. Industry leading 40 year guarantee on All Seasons Roof lightweight tiled roofing
Our Promise is Guaranteed
If your conservatory is suffering from extremes in temperatures, unwanted glare. If you’ve tried everything
and now your ready find the solution that really works. Were ready to help and no matter what shape or size of conservatory,
we continue to help homeowners gain control and really start to enjoy there conservatory they deserve.
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The uPVC insulated board that we use is 40% lighter than wood, offers better insulation and is long lasting. Our materials are not porous, and therefore absorb no moisture, proving an ecologically friendly and inexpensive solution that is fully waterproof and offers better heating and protection than timber. It is, of course, Building Control approved for added peace of mind.
Our range of coloured composite slates are made with a limestone and resin mix. Our colour range allows us to colour match existing roof achieving a beautiful result. Choosing the right slate is an important challenge that our consultants have vast experience in they will sit with you and talk you through the colour ranges available showing you in person the colours and the amazing quality of these lightweight alternatives, perfectly balanced for conservatory roofs.
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Answers to Common Roofing-Related Questions
If your conservatory isn’t a standard size or you’ve already expanded the thermal envelope of your home, building control might be required. The cost of building control varies and depends on previous workmanship as well as the systems that were installed in recent years. Our team will provide you with more information on all aspects associated with building control during our site visit.
In most instances, installing a new roof is a permitted development project. However, we will provide you with a more definitive answer during our visit.
This depends on the conservatory’s design. In many instances, heavier roofing is not a good match, which is why we’ve spent time searching for the best lightweight alternative.
In general, we don’t recommend timber due to its added weight and the fact that it doesn’t mix well with moisture, especially when it’s attached to metal framework which will cause it to bridge and rot over time.
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