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Replacement Conservatory Roof Durham

A replacement conservatory roof for your Durham home will help to transform a flawed space and what might be a disappointing room into something far more useful.

A replacement conservatory roof makes the room usable and potentially adds value to the property as well.

The roofs also look great, with styles and subtle colours available to blend in with any type of Durham property – no longer must a conservatory look like a bolt-on to the rest of the house.

And, when you choose a Guardian Roof, you can also be sure that the lightweight, solid tiled roof will easily withstand whatever the Durham climate has to throw at it – probably including plenty of sunshine but also rain, snow and wind.

That is because Guardian Roofs are the market leading replacement conservatory roof and, at Guardian Roofs Nationwide, we are approved local installers of this transformational product.

Importantly, you can also buy with complete peace of mind, the Guardian Roof comes with full local Area Building Control (LABC) approval and all installations have lengthy guarantees.

What was once a room that was hardly usable in summer becomes a superb space, perhaps what it always should have been.

For further information or to arrange an obligation free quote, please call us today on 0800 433 7079 or use our Contact Form.

Replacement Conservatory Roof Durham – Key Details

A Guardian Roof effectively turns a conservatory into a sympathetic extension, a room that is usable all year round and can be put to a variety of uses. We have installed roofs that have turned Durham conservatories into home offices, games rooms, play rooms for children, extra lounge space and more.

This does though beg a question – if a solid, lightweight tiled roof can have so transformational an impact, why do conservatories get fitted with glass or polycarbonate roofs in the first place?

The answer is that until 2010, conservatories had to have a roof from one of these materials, essentially it was a pointless choice with neither fit for purpose. Of course, the homeowner did not come to realise that until the conservatory was installed and the summer sun started to shine.

It was Guardian’s work that led to regulatory change, proving that a lightweight roof could both be fitted in place of the existing roof, but also that the work was beneficial. There is no point paying for a replacement roof if it fails to rectify the problems of the original roof.

Guardian’s work showed that this type of roof has real benefit and also that they can be fitted to existing conservatory structures without any ill effect. The benefits proven, regulatory change was enacted in 2010 to make this type of roof permissible.

For homeowners, that is undoubtedly the key difference, turning a room that was often only used as extra storage into a delightful space.

However, that is not the only benefit.

The range of styles available – from Victorian to Edwardian, Lean To, Gable and more – coupled with near limitless variety in subtle shades of roof ensure that the finished job will leave a conservatory that blends in with the rest of the house.

This superb look, both inside and out, also has the potential to increase property value, often by an amount greatly in excess of the cost of the work. That is because any would-be buyer is getting superb extra space rather than a room of little use.

Even if moving could not be further from your mind, there will be energy bill savings to be enjoyed. The U-value of 0.18, unbeaten by any equivalent roof, demonstrates the thermal efficiency. Independent research by AECOM found that this leads to energy bill savings of around £200 per year on average. 

Given the Durham climate and severity of the winters, that national average is likely to be an underestimation of the savings in the north east.

As the testimonials on site demonstrate, the improvements the replacement roof provides are profound.

Conservatories are all-too often a flawed space, a room that fails to meet the promises that were made when it was sold to the homeowner. The Guardian Roof is a replacement conservatory roof that simply rights the wrong, transforming any conservatory into a usable room that can be enjoyed all-year round.

For further information or to arrange an obligation free quote, please call us today on 0800 433 7079 or use our Contact Form.


About Durham:

A city in the north east of England, Durham is located in the county of the same name and has a population of 48,069.

The city lies on the River Wear and is to the south west of Sunderland.

Notable for its university and famous cathedral, the historic city centre has remained largely unchanged in 200 years – indeed it is a city that inspired Sir Walter Scott to pen homage in a poem of 1817.

Durham Cathedral

Despite being located in the north of England, the average temperatures of Durham are actually slightly above national average. This only exacerbates the problems of conservatories with glass and polycarbonate roofs in the summer…

Postcode: DH1, DH6, DH7

Dialling code: 0191