A replacement conservatory roof on your Bramhall home is a transformational change that has numerous benefits for the homeowner.
The key benefit is that the replacement roof makes your conservatory usable all year round, no longer will it be a space that is too hot in the summer and often too cold in winter to enjoy, or even use.
However, there are other benefits too of converting your conservatory.
A lightweight replacement conservatory roof can look superb, coming in a colour and style that helps it blend in with the rest of the property, rather than looking like a bolt-on.
The work in having a lightweight, tiled replacement roof installed can also make financial sense. The work will lead to energy bill savings each and every year, while it can also increase the value of your property.
In a housing market as competitive as Bramhall’s, the work to turn a flawed conservatory into a great, usable extra room is work that any would-be buyer is likely to be willing to pay for. They are effectively getting a superb extension rather than a space that offers little.
At PCL, we have manufactured and installed tiled conservatory roofs in Cheshire for over ten years.
Based in Radfcliffe, and covering all the north west, including the borough of Stockport, we make roofs that are the lightest replacement roofs available, this making them suitable to replace the existing roof on any conservatory.
Our roofs also have full regulatory approval and the tiles come with a 40-year guarantee.
To find out more or arrange for an obligation free quote please call us on 0800 031 5444 or use our Contact Form.
The fact that our roofs have full regulatory approval through our partnership with JHAI, nationwide specialists in building approval, means the homeowner has complete peace of mind – as well as a building regulations certificate to guarantee the quality of the work.
However, why do people opt for a replacement conservatory roof in the first place?
We believe it is to right a wrong, to turn the flawed conservatory into the room it always should have been – and maybe more besides.
Most conservatories have either glass or polycarbonate roofs, two materials unfit for the purpose of being a roof – they simply cannot regulate temperature.
Since 2010 it has been permissible to instead have a lightweight, solid tiled roof for a conservatory.
Our roofs have a U-value of 0.18, this a figure not bettered by any equivalent roof, in real terms this means that the room stays a pleasant temperature in the summer while in winter less heat is lost.
The upgrade also makes the room look superb, both inside and out. Inside, the room remains light and airy, but also cosy in winter.
Externally, the homeowner can choose from a wide range of tile options. We have two ranges of tiles – the Extralight tiles and Tapco tiles, with links to both below.
Extralight are seven times lighter than traditional roofing materials, designed to withstand the harvest of weather (and the weather can be brutal here in the north west), are virtually maintenance free and have a 40-year weatherproof guarantee.
Tapco are made from A-rated fire composite slate and are created from moulds of real slate to capture the genuine peaks and curves of this wonderful material. They even have UV stabilisation to ensure ‘stay true’ colour richness.
Further details and images of the tiles in use in recent projects are available via the links below.
The tiles help create a style that is fully in keeping with the rest of the property – please see our image gallery to get a sense for the range of roof PCL can install.
On this site, there is a wealth of information about PCL and replacement conservatory roofs. We have included some key links below, including one for the full brochure for you to download and browse at your leisure.
If you do need any further information, please do get in touch. We would be happy to provide a free no obligation quote and chat through the potential options for your conservatory, for instance discussing which style and tile options might work best; which internal finish creates the perfect room for your requirements.
Please call us on 0800 031 5444 or use our Contact Form.
Based in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, but historically part of Cheshire, Bramhall is a town of around 18,000 people in the north west of Manchester.
The town is 25 miles away from Radcliffe, where PCL are based – we are happy to make the short trip along the M60 to provide an free no obligation quote.
Transferred to Greater Manchester in 1974 it was combined with other districts similarly absorbed to form the new metropolitan borough of Stockport.
The town has a number of landmarks, perhaps most notably Bramhall Hall, this a 14th century building set in 64 acres of grounds – it was extensively resorted in 2016.
Bramhall postcode: SK7
Bramhall dialing code: 0161