A conservatory roof is exposed to many elements across its lifespan. With heavy wear and strong weathering roofs can become dirty, unstable or even damaged. In order to give your whole conservatory a new lease of life its ideal to get the roof replaced. We use Tapcoslate roof tiles to ensure that your new conservatory roof is as practical and efficient as it is visually pleasing.
Why get Replacement Conservatory Roofing?
A replacement conservatory roof can take the place of a roof which may be structurally damaged or dirty from heavy rain or severe weather conditions and offer you a new long-lasting solution. The tiles are easy to cut and therefore can be shaped alongside 16 different tile moulds to perfectly suit your bespoke roofing needs. The roofing tiles we use have been tested fully to BBA Standards including fire, wind, driven snow, rain and water absorption so you know that they can cover you regardless of the weather outside. They are built to last and will not break, crack or split even if dropped or walked on and come with a 40-year warranty that will give you peace of mind knowing that you are protected for decades to come.
Is Installation and Maintenance of Conservatory Roofing Difficult?
Installation for a conservatory roof replacement is simple and includes spreading the Tapcoslate tiles across your conservatory roof and come with pre-marked nailing and exposure guides. They are made up of a composite polymer blend UV inhibitors, blockers and absorbers and is set at a slant in order to limit any build-up of rubbish therefore requiring very little ongoing maintenance. Each tile is also very lightweight and a square meter only weighs 12kg meaning that it is very easy to transport in large quantities.
Are Conservatory Roofs Safe for the Environment?
The tiles we use for the conservatory roofing are fully recyclable. They are made from limestone and virgin polypropene which are produced in a fully controlled manufacturing process for maximum care for the environment. The tiles are also at a slope to slop the build-up of rubbish and rainwater, they are also conditioned to a temperature of 7 degrees not requiring any heating or cooling before being placed.