Replacement Conservatory Roof Telford
With full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval and unmatched thermal efficiency, the Guardian Warm Roof is the leading option for anyone considering a replacement conservatory roof in Telford.
At Guardian Roofs Nationwide, we are proud to manufacture and install these roofs as they are a home improvement that makes a profound difference.
They turn a flawed space into a superb room.
It is fair to say that our replacement conservatory roofs correct a wrong found at many Telford homes.
When any homeowner in Telford paid to have a conservatory installed, they would not have expected it to create a flawed space, a room too hot in the summer and too cold in winter.
Only when they went to use it would they have realised the problem,
Our tiled conservatory roofs get rid of the problem – the roof – and replace it with a lightweight, solid tiled roof, a roof that is every bit as efficient as the roof to the rest of the house.
The conservatory will be a pleasant temperature all year, not far too hot in the summer and also not impossible to heat in the winter.
Replacement Conservatory Roof Approval in Telford
A natural question presents itself – why if glass and polycarbonate roofs are so flawed, are they used so regularly on conservatories.
The answer lies in regulations – until around a decade ago, any conservatory was only allowed to have these materials for the roof, this really a pointless choice between two options with neither fit for purpose.
It was Guardian who worked to change this legislation, working to prove that a lightweight roof could fulfil two aims – it could be added as a replacement roof to virtually any conservatory frame, and also that it was a change worth making.
Clearly, there is no point paying to have a conservatory roof replaced if it does nothing to solve the issue. That would simply be more wasted expense.
The Guardian Roof was proven to achieve both aims and this is why regulations were changed to make replacement, lightweight roofs permissible.
Â It is also why the Guardian Roof is the option that comes with full LABC approval.
Please ensure that any replacement roof you consider is also approved and proven to deliver on its key claims.
Replacement Conservatory Roof Benefits
A great space all year round
The main benefit is obvious – turning a flawed space into one that is instead usable, indeed a pleasure to be in all year round.
This is why exasperated homeowners from Telford and beyond contact us, they want the conservatory to be of some use, not simply a room that is only of use as extra, expensive storage.
And this is the benefit the roof delivers, it is a simple benefit, but one that cannot be overstated.
The room isnâ€™t just usable, it becomes a great space all year round and one that can be put to many uses.
For many, it becomes the best room in the house – it has the benefits you hoped a conservatory would have, being light and airy, with a view of the garden – but it is also a pleasant space in which to spend time.
A room with versatility
The conservatory can be put to a huge range of uses post roof replacement.
We have seen homeowners use the newly improved room as a home office or study, others as a games room.
For some it becomes a den, or a movie or entertainment room, others have it as a playroom for the kids, arts and crafts room or space for a hobby.
There is no need to choose either, and there is no reason to stick to a singular use – change as time passes, you may want a room for the kids and then, in future, it becomes that wonderful home office.
Conservatory roofs made of glass or polycarb do not blend in with the rest of properties in Telford.
They are, dare we say it, not the most attractive part of the house.
Our roofs come in a wide range of styles and then thousands of subtle colours – this means that whether it is Victorian, Lean-to, Edwardian, P-shaped or another – including fully bespoke style – we can match the conservatory roof to your overall style of property.
We can also offer advice and help to ensure the best possible match.
Making Financial Sense
The replacement conservatory roofs make financial sense in two important ways.
Each and every year there will be energy bill savings to be enjoyed – these typically around £200 per annum according to independent research by AECOM.
These savings exist because the U-value of the roof is unsurpassed, coming in at a 0.18. In real terms, this means the heating can be on far less in winter to keep the conservatory warm.
Perhaps even more significantly, the work typically pays for itself and more besides, this because the work to replace the roof adds value to the property.
The benefit is clear, any would-be buyer getting a superb extra room and not a hugely flawed space they wonder what to do with.
Please check with a local Telford estate agent to get more precise house valuation estimates, but it is true to say that in many instances, the work will have effectively paid for itself in terms of increased property value by the time the work has been completed.
Full Regulatory Approval
The Guardian Roof has full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval and we work regularly with the authorities in Telford.
We ensure all paperwork is promptly and accurately filed and leave you with copies of all documents. You will also have the reassurance of the long-term Guardian guarantee.
It takes our skilled installers just three days on average to remove the old roof, recycle this and install the new – this includes all internal finishes too.
We are not aware of many home improvements that have so profound an impact in so short a space of time.
It is the impact of having a wonderful extension built, and yet if we start on a Monday, we will be gone and finished before the following weekend – the conservatory yours to enjoy for years to come.
We have a full brochure that is available for download, this packed full of key information.
If you would like further information, or an obligation-free quote, please call us on 0800 433 7079 or use our Contact Form.
Online and video call quotes are available and we respect all social distancing regulations when attending for a quote or work.
Telford is a new town that came to prominence in the 1960s and 70s, the town is named after Thomas Telford, who designed many of the road and rail services in Shropshire.
Known as the ‘borthp[lace of industry’ the town has a number of notable landmarks, these including the Ironbridge Gorge, a scenic tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Telford has a population of around 143,000 as of the 2011 census.
Despite being a modern town, Telford has been home to a number of notable residents in its relatively short history.
These include the comedian Stewart Lee, band T’Pau and politician Jeremy Corbyn.