With homeowners realising the benefits of replacing their original polycarbonate or glass roof, such as the conservatory becoming a more comfortable and usable space, and feeling like a true extension of the home. However, it is vital to make the right choice when it comes to deciding which conservatory roof system to go with in order to access these benefits long-term.
Unfortunately, there are several conservatory roof installers out there who offer cheap clad over roof systems. This usually means they are not actually replacing your conservatory roof, but are (as the name suggests) cladding over your original conservatory roof with a mixture of timber, tiles, plasterboard and an insulation material. Although the roof may initially look good quality, this shoddy method can lead to disastrous consequences down the line, as a conservatory frame just isn’t strong enough to bear the weight of what are essentially two roofs.
However, there are precautions you can take to confirm that you are choosing a suitable, safe and excellent quality replacement roof. Before you decide on which installer and system to go with, ensure you’ve asked these crucial questions…
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Choose from our range of tiles and optional extras to give your conservatory or orangery a quality finish that complements your home and lifestyle.
A unique high-performance textured roof tile with exceptional durability - available in a range of colours.
Low water absorption and mould resistant - slate will look stunning on your conservatory roof, adding a rustic charm.
A new and unique high performance textured roof tile with exceptional durability and available in a range of UK engineered colours.
Authentic surfaces and edges, Tapco Slate will look stunning on your conservatory roof and highlight the handsome character of slate.
What is the weight, per square meter, for a SupaLite tiled roof?
The weight of the tiled roof is 46kg per m2, however, this may vary by roof style.
Do I get a guarantee with the SupaLite roof? If so, how long does this last and what cover is in the guarantee?
We provide a 10-year product guarantee on our SupaLite roofs. This is from SupaLite to the installer who will then pass this on to you.
Typically, how long does it take to install the SupaLite conservatory roof?
Typically, it would take 3 – 4 days to install a SupaLite conservatory roof for a standard sized 4m x 4m Edwardian style conservatory.
Do I need to get planning permission to install a SupaLite conservatory roof?
Planning permission is generally not required to install a SupaLite conservatory roof, if you are only replacing the roof on your existing conservatory. However, if your existing conservatory needed permission you may need permission to change the roof.
Will having a SupaLite conservatory roof increase the value of my home? If so, by how much?
A SupaLite conservatory roof will certainly increase the value of your home if it is fitted and supplied with a Building Regulations certificate. Please ensure your installation company offer this with your roof.
The SupaLite tiled roof system is fully insulated, so that your conservatory will be cool in the summer and warm during the winter, meaning you can save on your energy bills and enjoy your conservatory whatever the season.
Take advantage of your living space with a SupaLite replacement tiled roof - the complete conservatory investment.
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