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Comfort for All Seasons
- Effective weather proofing
- Helps reduce heating bills & condensation
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All Seasons Tiled Conservatory Roofs
Comfort, space and light, all year round
Is your conservatory too hot in summer? Too cold in winter?
Traditional conservatories can uplift and enhance any home. Yet despite the extra light and space they provide, they can be subject to the elements, becoming too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. Now, thanks to the new All Seasons tiled roof system, you can transform your conservatory from an under utilised space, into a cosy, welcoming extension to your home that provides the same levels of comfort – 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
A Welcoming Space...for All Seasons
One of the main advantages of a tiled roof is that your conservatory isn’t as susceptible to changes in temperature. All Seasons also gives you another way to personalise your space. The internal surfaces can be finished with plasterboard or tongue-and-groove so you can decorate it like a conventional extension. If you want to maintain a light, bright and airy environment, you can even opt for roof windows. We have seven different types of tile to help you achieve the look you want.
Versatile Roof Spaces...for any Conservatory
All Seasons tiled roof systems are compatible will all types of conservatories – whether it’s a small lean-to or a large-scale P-shaped design – we can truly transform any space to suit your needs.
Energy Bill Savings
The fully insulated roof design achieves u-values as low as 0.15. This exceptional thermal performance minimises heat loss – which translates into reduced energy bills.
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Choose your tile style
Authentic slate looks without the associated problems Made from a recyclable blend of limestone and polypropylene, composite roof slate offers authentic natural looks without the risk of shattering, fading, warping or cracking.