The Guardian Warm Roof comes in a number of different conservatory styles and we can offer a solid roof solution for virtually any conservatory shape or size. Here are the typical names but don’t worry if your conservatory isn’t shown here as we offer a full bespoke replacement roof service.
Victorian Conservatory Roof
The Victorian conservatory roof style has heavy links to heritage, is extremely versatile and usually has a three or five facet finish. The Guardian™ solid roof can be tailored to your own specification with a wide range of tile finishes and colours.
This classic conservatory shape helps to maximise the living space and is the traditional extension style for image and convenience. The Guardian™ insulated roof will simply enhance this new living space, which you can now use daily, all year round.
The combination or P-shape Conservatory can allow you to have two different style living spaces under one Guardian™ solid roof. These spaces are extremely adaptable to create a unique, multi-purpose room to your exact specification.
The main feature of the Gable end conservatory is the continuous height it brings to the room owing to the long ridge down the centre. The gable ended windows also ensure you are able to get maximum natural light into the conservatory. The Guardian™ tiled roof is suitable for replacement or new build projects.
The Lean-to is ideal to maximise space at the rear of the house. The roof ends can have either one or two hips (slopes) and it is an ideal solution for a kitchen extension. The Guardian™ Warm Roof comes with an array of complementary tiles.
If your conservatory was designed and built to a very specific layout that can’t be categorised by one of the typical formats, we may need to visit you in order to give you an accurate quote and to confirm exactly how your solid roof will look. This is quite normal, in fact we have replaced roofs on very small porches as well as huge dining rooms and lounges in hotels and restaurants.