There are many different types of roofs that can be used on a conservatory.From the low cost polycarbonate roof to the illuminating glass roof, the conventional tiled roof to the hybrid tiled and glazed roof, there are a lot of conservatory roof options to choose from.In this article we aim to cover topics such as: The main features of a tiled cons...
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A lot of people who decide to have a conservatory roof conversion do a lot of research online before chosing the system that is right for them. There are a number of things to take into consideration and it is often best to find independent advice from governing bodies such as CERTASS who have a specific competent workers scheme that oversees the t...
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​Replacing your conservatory roof can seem like a minefield and you might be concerned whether you can do it. Before you make any major improvements to your home, it's important to be armed with all the facts. Although it's becoming less common, there are still cowboy companies out there trying to make a quick buck. This means they could be cutting...
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Conservatories used to only have one roof option: polycarbonate. Over time, some older models have experienced problems such as leaking roofs, overheating, cold spots and poor sound insulation. With improvements in conservatory roof technology, these problems have been virtually eradicated.A wider range of materials are now used to make conservator...
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It's quicker, easier, cleaner, cost effective and more straight forward to install than traditional building techniques. It's also covered by the 25 year guarantee and is JHAI approved. If that's not enough, see more reasons below why Durabase is better than a traditional, wet system: WHY DURABASE?Durabase: A Modular Base & Wall SystemFrom a nu...
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