From small conservatory roofs to larger spaces on heritage homes, many people are finding that a Metrotile roof is key to turning what is traditionally a summertime space into an area that can be enjoyed all year round – and that’s before you take Metrotile’s 40-year weather-proof guarantee into account! Leading conservatory fabricators across the UK continually use Metrotile as a roofing material supplier while contractors are using Metrotile to convert existing conservatory roofs in a drive to keep home energy costs down. So, whether your project is a refurbishment or to be built from the ground up, Metrotile has it covered.
To see how you could benefit from a conservatory roof conversion, fill in our contact form or give our team a call on 01249 658514.
As a Metrotile roof weighs up to one seventh of ‘traditional’ roofing materials, a uPVC frame conservatory is now able to have a Metrotile roof installed upon it. From Rafters and VPU for insulation, to Velux windows for natural light and even a plethora of lighting options installed into the conservatory ceiling – a Metrotile conservatory roof makes this all possible and means you don’t lose the space of your conservatory to the cold, damp winter months. With a Metrotile conservatory roof conversion, keeping the sliding doors sealed shut through the winter is a thing of the past.
The improvement to insulation should not be overlooked. It’s no secret that UK energy prices have been increasing annually, squeezing UK residents out of more money in exchange for less energy. By improving the insulation of your conservatory, you can keep your home warm at less expense while ensuring less of the money spent on energy is wasted.
When constructing your new conservatory, it’s important to give some clearance between the conservatory roof and the upstairs windows of your home. Metrotile low pitch roof tiles can be installed as low as 10° which accounts for any windows above your home, giving leeway while matching the rest of your home exterior. To find out more about a conservatory roof replacement, get in touch with Metrotile by calling us on 01249 658 514 or you can get a free no-obligation quote by filling in this estimate form.
BS 476-3: 2004 – Fire test on building materials and structures – Part 3: Classification and methods of test for external fire exposure to roofs.
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The Local Authority Building Control (LABC) is a non-profit organisation that helps to ensure UK homes are of a habitable standard. They have produced their own guidance on the installation of a Conservatory Solid Roof entitled LABC’s Guidance on Solid Roofs to Conservatories or Porches Attached to Dwellings. You can download this document via the panel on the right of this page or visit www.labc.co.uk for more information. Metrotile roofing tiles are now LABC Registered – click here to find out more.
If you have an existing conservatory that you wish to enhance with a Metrotile roof, contact us today for a free estimate. We will also be able to put you in touch with approved contractors, or offer planning advice if you are taking the DIY route. You can also download relevant literature from the sidebar including case studies and our Conservatory Roof eGuide. For further information, or a free no-obligation quotation, fill in our Online Contact Form. Alternatively, call us from 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri on 01249 658 514.
From our highly durable lightweight steel roofing tile profiles to underlay, accessories and fixings, you’ll find everything your roofing project needs right here. Metrotile is also an authorised dealer of Velux window products, ensuring that you can source absolutely everything your roof requires directly from us!
We stock our profiles with a wide range of colours designed to suit most roofing projects, however we can supply Metrotile roofing in any colour you choose (subject to additional delivery time). If you wish to discuss this - or anything else about our products and services - you can contact us.