A replacement conservatory roof for your Hale home is a home improvement with three key, compelling benefits.
We have been providing solid conservatory roofs in Cheshire for over ten years. We actually manufacture and install conservatory replacement roofs locally, which, as the name suggests, are the lightest replacement roofs available.They are a product that can be fitted to any existing conservatory structure – typically just a few days’ work to remove the old roof and install the new.
We will go into a little more detail in the remainder of this page about conservatory conversions.
However, if you simply wish to get in contact with any queries, for further information or to arrange for a free no obligation quote for replacing your Hale conservatory roof, please call us on 0800 031 5444 or use our Contact Form.
Replacement tiled conservatory roofs help turn what is often a flawed space and a disappointment into a wonderful room.
The reason so many conservatories end up being under utilised is the roof – most conservatories have either a glass or polycarbonate roof and these are two materials that are simply unfit for purpose. Neither can keep the room within a naturally pleasant temperature range.
The roof, as manufactured and installed by PCL, is one of a number of lightweight, tiled replacement roofs available.
Where ours stands out, both in Hale, Trafford and nationally, is that it is the lightest and yet also remains incredible durable.
Ours is a roof that can be fitted to any existing structure, this eliminates the risk of the new roof placing a burden on the frame that it was never designed to take.
However, this is not at the expense of strength. Our roofs have full building control approval, the homeowner receives a Building Regulations Certificate.
The tiles in the roof are also deigned to last – with guarantees typically for 40 years on this core component of the roof.
When it comes to doing the job the roofs are intended to do, PCL roofs stand out here too. The U-value is 0.18, this a figure not bettered by any rival; in real terms this means the roof helps keep the room at a pleasant temperature in summer, while in winter more of the warmth is retained.
Thermal efficiency has financial benefits too – energy bill savings can run to hundreds of pounds per annum.
What the roof really does though is make the conservatory a room that can be used for a wide range of purposes all year round. In Hale and beyond, roofs installed by PCL have transformed formerly unloved conservatories into games rooms, home offices, second lounges, cinema rooms, play rooms for the kids and a whole host of other uses.
This practicality comes with style too. There is a wide range of roof styles to choose from -and we can of course advise on the best option – and many subtle colours of tiles; this all helps produce a final finish whereby the conservatory looks and acts like a superb extension rather than an unloved bolt-on.
To get more of a sense of the range of styles, please see our image gallery.
The tiles are a core component of the roof, and here there are two options – Extralight and Tapco.
Extralight are some seven times lighter than traditional roofing materials and yet built to withstand whatever the Hale climate has to throw at them. They come with a 40-year guarantee and are almost maintenance free.
Tapco are tiles made from A-rated fire composite slate; they have the look of real slate as they are made via moulds that include the genuine peaks and curves of this superb material.
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 Hale to provide a free no obligation quote.
Please call us on 0800 031 5444 or use our Contact Form.
Located within the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, within Greater Manchester, Hale is a large village with a population of more than 15,000 according to the census of 2011.
First recorded in there Doomsday Book of 1086 (though the name is probably actually older), Hale derived from the Old English word Halh, meaning a nook or shelter.
Originally a small settling, it expanded during the Middle Ages, and eventually Hale Barns was recognised as a separate settlement to the east.
Perhaps the most famous building in Hale is Royd House, this designed by Edgar Wood and built as his home – it is seen as a leading example of early 20th century domestic architecture.
What Wood might have thought of the glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs that cropped up in the town over the years is unknown but it is unlikely he would have been greatly impressed. Hopefully, he would have felt far more sympathetic towards the stylistically sympathetic replacement roofs that are now being installed on many properties.
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