Supalite Lightweight Tiled Roof Conservatories
Conservatories make perfect living spaces that can be enjoyed year-round. A lightweight tiled roof conservatory from Cleveland Conservatories is contemporary, offering a truly stunning finish to any home across Teesside and surrounding areas. As one of the most advanced systems on the market, SupaLite roofing helps to keep the room cool in summer while warm and comfortable in the winter. Not only will it look beautiful from the outside, but it’ll look great on the inside too. The SupaLite system has been designed in a way so that it fits perfectly onto your existing frames, allowing you to turn your conservatory into a fantastic sun porch. Every lightweight tiled roof is individually surveyed and precision built to order by our expert fitters, meaning it can be installed onto a wide range of conservatories, including Victorian, Edwardian, Gable and Lean-to.
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Benefits Of SupaLite Conservatory Roofing
A conservatory with a lightweight tiled roof offers plenty of great benefits. Not only do SupaLite roofs come with a 10-year guarantee, but you’ll also have extra room for entertaining guests or finding a quiet place to relax in. Heat will be retained during colder months and it will not become too hot either, even with direct sunlight coming through. What’s more, a lightweight tiled roof will help to improve energy efficiency while also keeping your home safe and secure. All leaks will be eliminated, as will noise from rain, wind and wildlife.
Be Smarter with SupaLite
Insulating or adding a solid conservatory roof requires time, effort and the right know-how. We’ve recently heard reports of companies that try to use cladding on existing conservatory roofs, which is both incorrect and dangerous. Conservatories are traditionally lightweight, as they’re not designed to carry the weight of a solid roof. As such, cladding on conservatory roofs can cause movement or even collapse.
Cowboy builders may try to twist your arm by claiming that the method is cheaper and easier to do, as wrapping a new roof over the existing system sounds like it’d work. But this option causes overstress on the roof and wall structure, which could result in catastrophic consequences. If your existing roof is a polycarbonate structure, it is extremely unlikely that this method will work. As such, you should definitely question the legitimacy and not commit to the expense of the project.
You may also encounter other methods of roof replacement, such as a roof that’s supported by a reinforced eaves beam. It’s important to ensure that existing foundations can carry this weight, so a trial hole should be created initially to check the adequacy of this project. If this isn’t done, you might want to consider another provider.
We’d always recommend a SupaLite roof if you’re thinking about replacing your existing conservatory roof. As well as the structural security that a SupaLite roof provides, they also eliminate any leaks that you might have experienced with a polycarbonate option. Just remember, cladding an existing conservatory roof, whether for replacement or insulation purposes, is almost always a precursor to trouble.