The Warm Roof system we use is not only the market leader, it’s also the most popular warm roof in the UK! By replacing your conservatory roof you will transform your existing conservatory into an all year round living space and increase the value of your home. Our warm roof system carries full LABC Building Control Approval.
Warm Roofs have been designed to weigh the same or less than a glazed roof. And all modern conservatories that meet building regulations have reinforcing posts that will take the weight of the roof. Conservatories built before 1996 were not as strictly controlled, so they may not have sufficient support. Our initial survey will determine the suitability and, where required, we will install a structural solution that will support your Warm Roof.
All the Warm Roof systems that we supply and install are designed and engineered to replace the entire existing roof. So we remove the glazed roof and install a fully insulated replacement.
Some cheaper conservatory roof conversion systems only overclad the existing roof. We don’t do this because the structure of a conservatory is not designed to carry the extra weight.
Our conservatory warm roofs provide a u-value of 0.14 which exceeds building regulations for thermal performance and is currently one of the most thermally efficient products on the market.
Generally, the whole process should take around 3-5 days. The whole roof design and installation process has been developed to minimise disruption to your home. You’ll see that as we remove your existing roof, prepare the conservatory frame and then begin to construct your new roof. It’s a very effective building project and the result is a complete transformation.
Under certain criteria, Conservatory Warm Roof Systems would be exempt from Building Control approval – however, we strongly recommend that approval always be sought. But, as the Roof Systems we install carry LABC / LABSS certification, the Building Control process should proceed faster, smoother and without complication.
The short answer is ‘Yes’! Chat to our sales team about designs for wider entrances that feature matching glazed side panels.
We recommend that you apply oil to the hinges of all doors once a year to keep them in tip-top condition. Other than that, the only maintenance your door should require is the occasional sponge down with a damp cloth to remove dust and grime.
All replacement windows and doors have to be registered with FENSA. If you ever come to sell your house, the purchaser may require FENSA certification - so its best just to do it.
We use A-Rated double glazed glass units as standard. If you require extra insulation, we can upgrade these to triple glazed. Talk to our sales team about your options and prices.
A true aesthetic rival to original timber, our flush sash windows are ideal for conservation and heritage locations, whilst adding a unique twist to new build properties. Typically, they can be used within listed buildings but it's always best to consult with your local planning officer to make sure as each location and property is different.
In line with our environment policy, all waste generated by the removal of your old windows will go to a local waste disposal company that will recycle 99% of the product with the remainder being used to generate power as electricity and heating.