Replacement Conservatory Roof Stoke-on-Trent
With unmatched thermal efficiency and full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval, the Guardian Warm Roof is the leading option for anyone considering a replacement conservatory roof in Stoke-on-Trent.
The inherent flaws in conservatories have led to a number of products appearing, each designed with the intention of turning what is a space often of little use into a room that can be used all year round.
Why, then, consider the Guardian Warm Roof when there are other tiled, replacement roofs available?
We believe there are compelling reasons to choose Guardian, a roof for which we are approved manufactures and installers.
The Guardian Roof has full Local Area Building Control approval. Planning permission is not required though there is some routine paperwork to be filed. We work with the authorities in the local Stoke authority and even have special rates with local authorities.
Our roofs are also fully guaranteed, every customer given a comprehensive written guarantee on completion.
Unmatched Thermal Efficiency
The key issue with most conservatory roofs is that they cannot regulate temperature and so a conservatory bought in the hope it would be a superb space all year round instead becomes too hot in summer and too cold in winter.
This issue is because the materials used in most conservatory roofs – glass or polycarbonate – are simply unfit for purpose. It is therefore essential that any tiled replacement roof fixes this issue, otherwise it is simply throwing good money after bad.
We are proud to state that the Guardian Roof’s U-Value is 0.18, this figure is not bettered by any other roof. In real terms, this means that, in summer, heat is able to escape, while in winter the room stays that bit warmer.
It is also this efficiency that led to the Guardian Roof gaining regulatory approval and rules being changed so that tiled roofs became permissible on conservatories. Prior to 2010, the roof had to be made of glass or polycarb, Guardian’s work in proving the value of a lightweight replacement changed this.
A Huge Range of Uses
Got an idea how you’re going to use the conservatory once it’s been enhanced?
There are many uses you can choose from – some use the conservatory as a home office, a games room, or a second lounge area. It can be a home cinema, or a gym.
In effect, the room becomes a superb extension, just without the major price tag.
Of course, there is no need to have a particular use in mind – you will have a wonderful room that can be put to a number of uses as you see fit, perhaps changing over the years.
A Visible Upgrade
While getting a room you can enjoy all year round is the prime benefit, it is also true to say that the conservatory will look much better post roof change.
The glass or polycarb roofs do not blend in with the rest of the house, however the replacement tiled roof will be designed in a style to match your property, whatever style of Stoke home you have.
There are a range of roof styles and these all available in a huge range of subtle colours.
Whether your roof is Victorian, Edwardian, lean-to, P-shaped or another (and this includes bespoke) we will design the roof that matches.
Internally, too, the finish is a clear upgrade – classy and refined, but still making a room that is light and airy.
Homeowners will be pleased to learn that the upgrade often makes financial sense too.
The roof upgrade will lead to energy bill savings each and every year – this running to around £200 per annum on a typical property according to independent research by AECOM.
Perhaps better still, if you ever look to sell the work often pays for itself and more besides – this because any would-be buyer is getting superb extra space rather than a flawed conservatory.
It takes our Guardian approved installers just three days on average to remove the old roof, recycle, and install the new – this including internal fittings.
We can’t promise you won’t know we’re there but we will cause as little disruption as possible.
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.
A city in Staffordshire and often simply known as Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent is the largest city in the county with a population of 256,000 as of the 2011 census.
Stoke is, of course, famous for being the home of the UK’s pottery industry and the area is known as the Potteries – indeed, the football team also has the nickname Potters.
The name Stoke derives from Stoc though, disappointingly, this translates simply as place.
Te area of Stoke is made up of six towns, these also Hanley, Burslem, Turnstall, Longton and Fenton.
Many notable names past and present would be on a list of famous residents, these including Stanley Matthews, Phil Taylor, Slash, Lemmy and Captain Edward Smith – captain of the Titanic on its fateful voyage.