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We install ‘SupaLite’ tiled conservatory roofs. Every installation is made to measure with superior quality materials, and ‘SupaLite’ offer a ten year guarantee on their roofs. You can read more about ‘SupaLite’ roofs by visiting www.supaliteroof.co.uk
The tiles used on ‘SupaLite’ conservatory roofs are made of a steel base with a natural stone finish and an acrylic overgraze.
The structure will not rust as it is built from aluminium.
We recommend hosing the roof down and avoid using any abrasive cloths or wipes.
Yes, we use 12mm ‘Water Boil Proof’ (WBP) marine exterior grade plywood before finishing the roof with tiles. WBP plywood is the ultimate weather resistant plywood.
The weight of the roofs average at 48kg per square metre but this varies slightly depending on the specification of the roof.
‘SupaLite’ roofs do not greatly differ in weight to a traditional conservatory roof and therefore 9 out of 10 window frames are suitable to carry the weight. The responsibility to ensure the window frames are suitable to carry the ‘SupaLite’ tiled roof lies with the installation company/surveyor. They will carry out an assessment at point of order. An upgrade is available where structural mullions can be supplied, these are designed to carry the weight of the roof directly to the foundations.
‘SupaLite’ offer a ten year guarantee on all of their roofs.
Typically, it would take 3 days to install a ‘SupaLite’ conservatory roof for a standard sized 4m×4m Edwardian conservatory. This is based on a straight forward roof with no roof lights, soil pipes or access issues.
Planning permission is not required to install a ‘SupaLite’ conservatory roof, as you are only replacing a roof on your existing conservatory. We can arrange for an independent building control company to inspect the roof and issue a certificate for peace of mind (additional fees apply).
A ‘SupaLite’ conservatory will certainly increase the value of your home if it is fitted and supplied with a building regulations certificate (additional fees apply). We would be happy to arrange this on your behalf.
Yes, roof lights can be added to the roof to allow additional natural light and ventilation.
Yes, LED spotlights can be added to the new internal ceiling. All electrical work comes with a Part P electricians certificate.
There is a possibility that the room maybe slightly darker. However, there are ways of making the room as light as possible by adding roof lights, painting the ceiling white and adding internal LED spotlights.
All our prices include a skimmed plastered finish, so all you need to do is add a lick of paint. LED spotlights or other types of lighting can be added by our qualified electrician. Rooflights and velux windows may also be included if you wish, the prices of these add-ons can be discussed with a member of our team.
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