The roofs are the reason conservatories are dubbed virtual saunas when the sun shines. However, most conservatories are unfit to serve their purpose especially with the changing and sometimes harsh weather conditions. As such, homeowners are required to seek alternative solutions such as replacing the polycarbonate and glass conservatory roof systems with solid and tiled options that withstand different elements. But, are the solid and tiled conservatory roof options legal and do they meet the set out conservatory building requirements?.
Conservatories are designed to provide tranquil and airy spaces that are filled with warmth and light. Unfortunately, their polycarbonate or glass roofs cause numerous problems that prevent home owners from enjoying conservatories throughout that year. For instance, the roofs have poor heat regulation and retention capabilities. Thus, conservatories get too cold during winter and too hot during summer. Hence, the need to invest in a guardian warm roof that allows you to enjoy your additional space all year round.
The Guardian Warm Roof System dramatically transforms your conservatory into an ambient, much needed space that can be used daily, all year round. Designed to retain the conservatory’s original windows, doors, frames and walls, the Guardian Warm Roof System is fully tested and approved to all thermal and structural standards.
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