Conservatories have always proven to be a popular addition to properties in Appleton but unfortunately they are often unfit for purpose – a replacement conservatory roof can change this.
Until recently, conservatories could only have a glass or polycarbonate roof. Both materials are wholly unsuited to regulating temperature, creating a conservatory for Appleton residents that would be too hot in the summer and often too cold in winter.
A lightweight conservatory roof has a number of key benefits, some of these unique when compared to other replacement roofs available in the UK.
On completion of the work to upgrade your conservatory roof, you will have a conservatory that is a superb space. Finishing touches such as spotlights create a space that can be used for any purpose, whether that is work, play or just relaxation.
Longer term, the work will bring ongoing benefits – usable space, energy bill savings and increased property value.
A core feature of any conservatory replacement roof is the tile options and there are two options. We are, of course, happy to advise as to which would be best for your property.
Tapco tiles are made from A-rated fire composite slate and look just like the real thing, this because they are made from highly realistic moulds that perfectly mimic this wonderful natural material.
Extralight are seven times lighter than traditional roofing materials and yet they are built to withstand whatever the Appleton climate serves up. They come with a 40-year guarantee and are almost maintenance free.
Further details and images of the tiles in use in recent projects are available via the links below.
There is a wealth of further information on this site and key links are included below – these including a brochure to download and browse at your leisure and also a list of answers to frequently asked questions.
We would also be happy to answer any queries you may have or come out to Appleton to provide a free no obligation quote.
Please call us on 0800 031 5444 or use our Contact Form.
Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Appleton is a civil parish and suburb of Warrington in Cheshire, England.
Appleton is perhaps most notable for having 25 listed buildings, the most recent of these the War Memorial, which. received listed status in 1921. Cross base, originating from Medieval times, is the oldest listed monument in the village – sadly the cross itself has long since disappeared from the site.