Replacement Conservatory Roof Wolverhampton
Do you despair of your conservatory? A replacement conservatory roof for your Wolverhampton home can turn a flawed space into a great room.
Conservatories would be a great room but for one major issue; the roof is typically unfit for purpose.
The majority have either a glass or polycarbonate roof, essentially a pointless choice with neither able to regulate temperature. The result is a conservatory that is too hot in summer and too cold in winter.
Upgrading the roof to a lightweight, solid tiled roof can solve this problem, transforming the conservatory into a room as useable as any other and one with a wide range of potential uses.
There are a number of replacement roof options available in and around Wolverhampton, but the Guardian Roof, of which we are the approved local manufacturers and installers, stands apart.
It is the Guardian Roof that actually led to regulatory change, making it permissible to have a conservatory roof made of something other than glass or polycarb.
Until a decade ago, conservatories had to have either a glass or polycarb roof, the fact that they were unfit for purpose seemingly overlooked. Guardian worked to prove that a lightweight tiled alternative could fulfil two key aims – firstly that it could be fitted to any existing conservatory frame without being too heavy, and that it was worth having.
It also had to show it fixed the problems inherent in the roof it was replacing – making it a change worth having.
Guardian Roofs achieved this aim and so regulations were changed to allow conservatories to have lightweight, tiled roofs. Guardian remains the market-leading product, it is the replacement roof that has full Local Area Building Control approval (LABC) in Wolverhampton.
A Guardian Conservatory Roof had the following benefits.
A great room with a range of uses
Post change of roof, you will have a conservatory that is suddenly a great space for a huge range of uses.
No longer will it simply be expensive extra storage space or a room you only use when it isn’t hot or cold outside.
Instead, it can be a home office, a home gym, a games room, arts and craft room, room for hobbies or any other use.
There is no need to decide right now either, you will simply have a superb space that you can use as you see fit; the use can change over time.
A replacement conservatory roof does not need planning permission.
If you choose Guardian you can also be reassured by the fact our roofs have full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval.
We take care of all paperwork and leave you with full documentation, including details of our guarantee.
It typically takes us just three days to remove the old roof, recycle and install the new.
We are always polite and professional and treat your house with the utmost respect. We leave it clean and tidy each night and of course dispose of all rubbish and waste generated.
We can’t promise you won’t notice we are there, but we will create as little disruption as possible.
Roofs That Look Great
If we are honest, we have to say that most conservatory roofs don’t look great; the glass or polycarb hardly blends in with the rest of the property.
How many Wolverhampton homes have glass roofs? Not many…
What the homes do have is tiled roofs, and so a tiled conservatory roof will blend in, especially when you factor in that we produce roofs in a huge range of styles and vast array of subtle colour shades.
The change is transformational, what was once a bolt-on to the rest of the house takes on the look of a sympathetic extension.
Upgrading your conservatory roof is a change that typically makes financial sense.
If you ever look to sell, the work will often have paid for itself and more besides, this because any would-be buyer is getting superb extra space rather than a flawed room.
If you stay put – and why wouldn’t you? – then there will be energy bill savings to be enjoyed each and every year. Independent research by AECOM put these at around £200 per annum on average.
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.
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Wolverhampton is a city in the West Midlands with a population of around 263,000 as of the 2011 census.
The city grew in prominence around the time of the Industrial Revolution, becoming key to the wool trade. You might assume from this that Wolverhampton’s name therefore derives from Wolves, but it is actually linked to Wulfrun, who founded the town in Anglo Saxon times.
There have been many famous residents – known as Wolfrunians. These include Goldie, Edward Elgar, Billy Wright, Mervyn King, Beverely Knight and Noddy Holder.