New conservatory roof Blackpool
Maximise Your Living Space with a New Conservatory Roof!
Four Seasons Roof Systems recently installed a stunning brand-new Metrotile shingle roof in Charcoal on a conservatory, replacing the existing old, dated Perspex roof.
Our clients had a growing family and needed more space. While they had a conservatory off the back of the house, as with most conservatories of a certain age, it was not an inviting or practical room. This was because, as with most conservatories that were built in the 80’s and 90’s, they are often too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter to enjoy being in them.
A tiled roof offers extra strength and durability as well as protection from the elements as well as cutting down on external noise. Having a tiled roof means you will have an all year-round living space, as it retains the warmth in the winter and keeps the conservatory cool in the summer.
Another benefit of having a Metrotile shingle roof is that you don’t have to replace the whole conservatory, all you have to do is remove the existing roof and use the structure to fit the new tiled roof, making it a cost effective way to improve your conservatory!
For this project we removed the existing roof and then fitted the roof frame and attached the tiles. We also carried out new lead work between the conservatory roof and brickwork as well as replace the guttering and fascia boards. You can see the transformation of the exterior of the building from the photographs included. Inside we fully insulated the roof and fitted 6 spotlights.
Need more space? A new conservatory in Blackpool could be the answer!
If you are a growing family and need a safe, cosy space for you and your kids to enjoy all year round, why not consider replacing your old conservatory roof with a new Metrotile shingle roof. It will change not just the conservatory but your lives.
To find out more call Four Seasons Roof Systems on 01253 866487. We would be happy to give you advice on having a new conservatory roof and talk you through what’s involved.