• How Can I Regulate the Temperature of My Conservatory?

    The best way to make your conservatory either cooler or warmer is by investing in a solid conservatory roof that improves the thermal efficiency of the space and is able to reflect a large amount of heat away from the conservatory allowing for a more regulated temperature. It’ll be cool to use in the summer and warm in the winter. The conservatory itself will be able to produce a U value of 0.18.

  • Can My Conservatory Have a Solid Roof?

    Yes, you can! A solid roof will bring many benefits to your conservatory including noise reduction and temperature control (keeping it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter). Though, if you are considering a solid roof for a slightly older conservatory, it is a good idea to take into serious consideration the existing structure, just to make sure that it can bear the weight of the new roof. Projects4Roofing can help you make this decision.

  • Do I Need Planning Permission For My Replacement Conservatory Roof?

    Planning is not needed to change your conservatory roof but building control approval is. All of our solid insulated conservatory roofs are registered and inspected by your local authority and receive a Certificate of Compliance on completion.  Projects4Roofing takes care of all of the paperwork and the cost is included in your fixed price quotation.

  • Why Should We Invest in a Solid, Insulated Conservatory Roof?

    Many reasons: A Solid, Insulated Conservatory Roof will extend your living space and increase the value of your home. Replacing your old Conservatory Roof with a Tiled Roof will give you the living space you presumed you were getting when you originally had your conservatory installed. With an incredible U Value of 0.18 our Insulated, solid conservatory roofs will make your conservatory warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, enabling you to use the space all year round as well as reducing your heating and cooling bills.

  • Are Tiled Conservatory Roofs Efficient?

    Solid, Tiled Conservatory Roofs vastly exceed the efficiency that comes with the traditional polycarbonate and glass conservatory roofs. We only install the best quality Solid Conservatory Roofs that are able to produce a U-Value of 0.18 and drastically increase the efficiency of your conservatory. So much that your heating bills will reduce in the cooler months.

  • What Guarantees Do Homeowners Get With a Projects4Roofing Solid Conservatory Roof?

    Here at Projects4Roofing we offer comprehensive guarantees on all of our Solid Insulated Conservatory Roofs.  This not only includes a 10 year Manufacturers Product Guarantee on all materials installed but also a 10 year Installation Guarantee, underwritten by the Consumer Protection Association (CPA) for your peace of mind.

  • How do other people use their conservatory when they’ve had a Tiled Roof fitted?

    People use the extra usable space the Solid, Insulated Roof provides as a place to retreat and relax. Some people use their sunrooms for family rooms, library/reading room, dining and entertaining areas, as a playroom for children or grandchildren, workplace area, exercise room, reading room, room to do arts and crafts, a room to gaze out at the stars or simply a room to close your eyes for a few minutes on a Saturday afternoon. The possibilities are endless.

  • How Long Do Conservatories Last?

    A conservatory is designed to last for extremely long periods of time – all of our Tiled Conservatory Roofs come with a 10-year insurance backed guarantee and with the right care and maintenance, you should never experience any problems with your conservatory. Problems will sometimes only arise when debris builds up or there is a freak weather storm.

  • How Long Does a Tiled Conservatory Roof Take to Install?

    The beauty with Tiled Conservatory Roofs is that you are able to see the benefits of a new conservatory roof within 3-4 days. This is because the conservatory roof is prefabricated off-site to the exact specifications meaning there is no need for any intense building to be done on site and your new roof is completed on average within 3 days. If you have included plastering and electrics, your installation will be completed within 8 days, including plaster drying time.  More information on the installation process can be found in our Blog.

  • Can I Choose Tile Colours to Suit My Existing House Roof?

    Yes. All of our Solid, Insulated Conservatory  Roofs come with a choice of finishes and colours, so you’re sure to find a perfect match! You can view our range of tiles here.

  • Can I Take Out The Doors Between My Conservatory & Home?

    With open plan living being all the rage now we are all looking for ways to open up our homes and enjoy spending time together.  When you install a Solid, Insulated Conservatory Roof your conservatory becomes usable all year round whatever the temperature outside.  Without the drastic changes in temperature in your conservatory you may which to remove the internal doors to your home opening up your living area.  However if you are considering this you will need to carry out SAP Calculations on your home and apply for Building Regulations to ensure it meets all legal requirements.  Here at Projects4Roofing we deal with the whole process and ensure you receive a Certificate of Compliance upon completion.

  • How Can I Use My Conservatory During The Summer?

    With a Solid, Insulated Conservatory Roof your conservatory will be much cooler in the summer months. We have answered this question in full detail in one of our recent blogs. Check this blog out today!

  • Can I Keep My Existing Windows & Doors With A Tiled Conservatory Roof?

    Our Solid Conservatory Roof Systems are designed to replace your old conservatory roof while retaining the original windows, doors, frames and walls, causing minimal disruption and receiving maximum energy efficacy. In very rare occasions your windows and doors may need replacing but this would be identified on survey.

    However if you choose to upgrade your windows and doors whilst replacing your roof Projects4Rofoing can also help with this.