Tiled Conservatory Roofs
What are U-Tiles?
The UltraTile recreates your homes existing roof on your new extension. They are not tiles for conservatory roofs and are made from polymer. The UltraTile is designed to be cheaper to install than a tiled conservatory roof. It’s also made to outperform other types of synthetic slates.
Benefits of Synthetic Slates
- Warping & Surface Damage Resistance
- Discolouration Resistance
- Fire Resistance to ASTM standards
- Low Maintenance
- Lightweight Design
- Easy Installation
Thermally Efficient Tiled Conservatory Roof
The Ultraroof 380 uses Kingspan insulation to create an all year round extension. Thermal efficiency is important for any home extension. It is the main reason people convert their existing conservatory to solid conservatory roof. The U-Value of the Ultraroof can be as low as 0.13. This means that much of the heat generated within your extension, stays in your extension. We also minimise the amount of heat lost through your conservatory skylights by installing A+ double glazing.
Solid Conservatory Roof Strength
The Ultraroof doesn’t require tie bars like other conservatory roofs. Its strength comes from the 380mm wide box beam built into its design. This means that your Ultraroof is much lighter than other tiled conservatory roofs without loosing any of its structural integrity.
Alternative Solid Conservatory Roofs
If tiled conservatory roofs aren’t for you, we also install Ultraframes Livinroof. The Livinroof is perfect for any home extension which wants to keep some of the conservatory design. Internally, it’s pretty much identical to the Ultraroof 380. This means that your conservatory will feel like a full extension.