The Harrington family’s new conservatory is now a room that they can use all year round, regardless of the weather. This is thanks to their brand new Leka roof, a fully insulated tiled conservatory roof that turns the space into an integral part of their home rather than an afterthought that can be left empty for long periods of time.
The roof is made from a combination of materials that have been carefully chosen for their quality, including Glass Reinforced Plastic that offers strength that is more than or equal to steel. The panels are also manufactured in a way that prevents the Cardiff homeowners from ever having to worry about damp or cold draughts. The panels are pressed, cut and made to exact sizes that perfectly fit over the existing conservatory roof rafter. This ensures that the insulation is not compromised, with U-Values as low as 0.29Wm2K.
A tiled conservatory roof is the perfect solution for any Cardiff homeowners that want their existing polycarbonate or glass conservatory to become a space they can use all year round. The roof is extremely easy to install, with no need to remove the existing tiles. Instead, the Leka roof is attached using a unique system that allows the installers to ‘seal’ the joints, preventing heat loss.
One of the key features that sets this roof apart from others is its ability to let in plenty of natural light. This is important, especially if you have children or pets that will be spending lots of time in the conservatory. In addition to this, it also helps to create a more vibrant, spacious atmosphere in the space.
As well as this, a Leka roof can be built in a number of different styles. For example, you can add a gable end or a sun room to your existing conservatory, which will allow you to get even more out of the space.
You can also choose to have a full or half-glazed conservatory roof, depending on your preferences. This will allow you to let in more natural light, as well as giving you the option to enjoy your new roof with a view.
If you have a traditional conservatory, you will not need planning permission for a replacement roof, but you may need to submit an application if you are converting it into a solid extension. You will also need to check with your local authority to make sure that your conservatory meets building regulations and permitted development rules. To avoid any issues, our team will take care of this for you. You will also benefit from our fantastic prices, allowing you to turn your conservatory into a new space that is both comfortable and stylish. Contact us today to find out more. conservatory roofs south wales