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A solid tiled roof looks immediately at home...

The Edwardian style has been used to construct small and large scale square or rectangular conservatories for almost three decades. Offering practical and maximised internal space, an Edwardian conservatory is suitable for almost any function when a low maintenance and thermally efficient solid roof is fitted. Many homeowners who invest in a solid roof choose to integrate mounted spotlights into the plastered ceiling which complement natural light during the day and create a very cosy atmosphere at night.

Product Range
solid roof conservatory

An obvious choice of tiling system...

Whatever style of conservatory most takes your fancy; replacement solid roofs are capable of doing a fantastic job and can be specifically tailor-made to suit whether it’s a Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-To or Gable design that needs layering. Even old conservatories can be brought back to life and revitalised as a consequence of the application of a Solid Warm Roof, crafted bespoke and compatible with virtually any shape of size of home conservatory.

solid roof for existing conservatory

An obvious choice of tiling system...

The Solid Warm Roof is regularly specified for new-build and existing conservatories in preference to the equally as effective polycarbonate or glass roof. The quickness of time in which a Warm Roof can be crafted and fitted, not forgetting its effective performance, is a principle reason why it’s so frequently the preferred system chosen by conservatory owners. It’s a far speedier option than the installation of a home extension comprising full height brick walls and a standard roof covering. Undeniably, the Sold Warm Roof cannot replicate the views and brightness enjoyed through a polycarbonate roof, but this can be compensated for via the inclusion of centre pivot windows and mounted spotlights.

solid roofs for new and existing conservatories

An obvious choice of tiling system...

A new or existing orangery can incorporate a Solid Roof with the double-ended Edwardian roof configuration being a fantastic option. To the naked eye, the overall structure of the orangery will remain intact and you will profit from an inner atmosphere that feels relaxing and inviting, complemented further by the centre pivot windows and mounted spotlights. Natural sunlight is guaranteed to fill the space dramatically.

solid roof extensions and conservatories

An obvious choice of tiling system...

The Warm Roof is so flexible. Whilst it is principally utilised for conservatories and orangeries, there’s nothing to stop it also being used as an economical and expedient method for the building of a conventional home extension, in preference to the standard solid roof. Pairing up your home extension roof with the lightweight tile or slate to the roof of your property is further simplified thanks to a range of sympathetic colours.

solid roof for existing conservator or orangery

An obvious choice of tiling system...

You can make a regular grand entrance into your home with the building of a porch, large or small, incorporating a tailor-made Warm Roof. The size of porch will have a bearing on how quickly the fitting of a Warm Roof can be concluded, but in most cases it can be up and running within just a few hours and ready for daily usage.

Features & Benefits
solid roof Easy installation on new and existing conservatories

All the essential qualities of a Warm Roof are too numerous to mention...

An aesthetically-pleasing Warm Roof while all well and good, isn’t its primary purpose or function, it has so much more about it. Crafted using rigid insulation board and insulated plywood, its thermal efficient is top draw and it has an inherent ability to restrict heat loss so that the area sustains a comfortable temperature and remains useable at all times.

Solid Feel
Solid roofs for conservatories and orangeries

All the essential qualities of a Warm Roof are too numerous to mention...

A Solid Roof helps generate an atmosphere that any polycarbonate or glass roof will struggle to replicate. It is true that sunlight will be sacrificed to a certain extent, but in return you can expect a cosy surround that still feels welcoming and full of vibrancy.

Solid Look
New or existing conservatories with solid roof

All the essential qualities of a Warm Roof are too numerous to mention...

You will be hard pushed to notice any aesthetic difference between the lightweight roof tiles and the tiles on the roof of your property as a huge effort has been made to recreate their appearance.

Simple Fit
insulated solid roof for new or existing conservatory

All the essential qualities of a Warm Roof are too numerous to mention...

Quick and easy installation is achieved by carrying out a considerable amount of pre-fabrication of the Warm Roof to make its application a simple and non-time exhaustive process, meaning less disruption at your home.

Internal Finishes
Internal Finishes
solid roof windows on a new or existing conservatory

A timber or plasterboard finish can work wonders...

Internally, the vast majority of Warm Roofs come finished in plasterboard, easy to paint and it offers a modernistic and modest outlook that’s impossible to dislike.

Roof Windows
Roof Windows
solid roof with windows

Centre pivot roof windows can work in tandem with a Solid Tiled Roof...

Any loss of natural sunlight as a consequence of the implementation of a Warm Roof can be overcome with the inclusion of one or more roof windows to help drive it into the necessary space in addition to any that filters through any windows and doors. The roof windows will keep you in close contact with the outside world and afford you glorious views of the sky above at any point of the day. They will also help ventilate the space which you will be particularly thankful for on those hot summer days when you don’t want to sacrifice spending time in the conservatory.

Roof Tiles Options
Tiled solid roofs for new or existing conervatories

Our tiling solutions possess three essential qualities; strength, durability and toughness...

You have two separate choices when selecting a Warm Roof covering; lightweight tile and lightweight slate, both of which are completely weather-resistant. The tiles can be supplied in a choice of five colours, whilst the slate is near identical to traditional slate, boasting a similar visual appearance.

Lightweight Tile
Tiled solid roof conservatory

Our tiling solutions possess three essential qualities; strength, durability and toughness...

You would be surprised at just how lightweight the tiles fitted are in comparison to the real thing but that doesn’t make them any less effective in terms of performance. Their dainty feel makes them easy to install and their flexibility means that they can be utilised in all forms of home extension in colours ranging from green and charcoal, to ebony and red.

Lightweight Slate
slate solid roof for conservatory or orangery

Our tiling solutions possess three essential qualities; strength, durability and toughness...

There’s no doubting that traditional slate is incredibly pleasing on the eye but over time it is renowned for cracking and weakening which can have a considerable effect on its performance. Our lightweight slate suffers from no such afflictions during the course of its lifespan and yet when placed side-by-side real slate offers virtually no difference in appearances. It even comes supplied in 20 separate colour variations including plum, grey, brick red, pewter grey and stone black.

Tile Colours
Tile Colours

Tiled roofing is supplied in a diverse selection of complementary colours…

The roof of your conservatory and roof of your home can be effortlessly coloured co-ordinated courtesy of our five different tiled roof colour options. Just as with stone-coated steel, you can expect a lightweight tile that provides exceptional performance.

  • Green

  • Charcoal

  • Burnt Amber

  • Antique Red

  • Ebony


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