How It Works
Tiled & Solid Conservatory Roof - The Process
Below is a brief outline of the process of transforming your underused conservatory into a room you can use all year round for any purpose. We pride ourselves on making sure the process is as hassle free as possible and that the project is carried out with the minimal disruption to your home.
Conservatory Inspection and Quotation
We provide a FREE conservatory check and full written quotation service.
We check your existing frames and foundations to make sure they are suitable.
We also advise on which is the best type of conservatory roof insulation product to serve your requirements.
We carry out a full site survey for our full replacement timber framed tiled conservatory roofs. We ensure that every aspect of your new Roof installation will run like clockwork, from the exact materials arriving on site, to access equipment and registering the job with the appropriate building control body.
The first stage of the process is the removal of the existing conservatory roof. The old roof is removed from site and correctly disposed of, recycled where appropriate.
The new roof is manufactured in the factory and then reassembled onsite by our qualified, experience team of installers. By building a bespoke roof for your conservatory onsite, we are able to ensure a perfect fit for your existing room. All of the building materials used to create your bespoke Roof exceed building control regulations and are guaranteed for a full 10 years.
100mm solid PIR insulation is installed between the rafters as well as a multi layer insulation quilt installed below the rafters.
Marine grade roof boarding is installed to the external of the roof, which is then covered by a breathable, waterproof, roofing membrane.
The tiles or slates that you have chosen are then installed onto the roof before any lead that may be required is fitted.
The outside of the roof is finished with new guttering, soffits and downpipes to the conservatory.
Internally, your new conservatory ceiling is finished with either a plastered ceiling which includes a skim.
Finally, any new lighting is installed and signed off by a qualified electrician.
The full job takes an average of 3-5 days from start to completion.
The first step of installing your new replacement roof is to remove your old conservatory roof.
Once the old roof has been removed we will then install the Glulam eaves beam to the conservatory frame.
Individual pods including pre-cut & fitted insulation is then located, glued and bolted in to position
A waterproof air-permeable felt membrane is then installed. The roof is waterproof within hours.
Eaves protection is fitted, once this has been done tiling can begin ahead of fascia & gutter fixing.
30mm EPS is provided along with 12.5mm plasterboard ready for finished plastering.