Conservatory Roofing in Cambridgeshire
As a company founded and based in Newmarket, we’ve always had many customers in Cambridgeshire.
To date we’ve completed 310 insulated conservatory roof installations across the county.
And we believe there are many, many more glass and polycarbonate roofs around the Cambridgeshire region that could benefit from a conservatory transformation.
Mrs. Kiser, for example, suffered with a leaky glass conservatory where panes of glass, making for a cold and damp conservatory. With a Guardian Warm Roof Conservatory Conversion, she was able to enjoy her conservatory again. Read More.
Projects 4 Roofing regularly visits Ely, Huntingdon, St Neots, St Ives, and of course Cambridge itself. We’ve always enjoyed installing the Guardian Warm Roof for our customers there and converting their conservatories into proper rooms.
Cambridgeshire is where we receive most of our demand to perform conservatory conversions. The county’s distinguished character and history also make it one of our favourite areas to work in.
Mrs. Tierney’s conservatory was always too hot or too cold, plus sun glare made working in her conservatory impossible. Though, once her conservatory roof was replaced with a Guardian Roof, she was able to enjoy her conservatory as a year-long garden room. Read More.
Here are some testimonials from a few of our recent Cambridgeshire conservatory roof projects:
With the world famous Cambridge University (founded in 1209), Mr and Mrs Bates from Cambridge wrote:
“Projects4Roofing replaced our tired old polycarbonate conservatory roof with a Guardian Warm Roof. We were very impressed by the work rate of the two young men from Projects4Roofing. They did a good job as well as being courteous and polite. We would certainly recommend this company and will use them in the future.”
In Ely, home of the beautiful Ely Cathedral, Mr Smith said:
“Projects4Roofing replaced my old conservatory roof with a new solid roof. It might appear that I am spoofing about the outstanding performance of Projects4Roofing but they arrived on time, were polite and courteous, they respected my property and left it clean and tidy after completing the project. They were excellent and I would not hesitate to recommend them.”
Huntingdon, birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, is also home to Mr & Mrs Walker in Woodhurst, who gave this testimonial:
“The well known advertising phrase – It does what it says on the tin – more than applies to Projects4Roofing. The transformation from a virtually unusable conservatory to a proper living space was achieved. From day 1 to the final ceiling lights fitted the work and the staff were 1st class.”
We love converting Cambridgeshire conservatories, and hope to keep coming back to our county neighbours again and again.