At Nu-Look Conservatory Roof Solutions we have been replacing polycarbonate and glass conservatory roofs with light weight solid insulated roofs for over 7 years, so how do we do it?
Below, you can see exactly how the insulated solid conservatory roof is constructed.
Firstly, we completely remove your old conservatory roof and build you a bespoke braced timber roof, this is built on site to ensure that the measurements are exact, as no two conservatories are the same. We then fit 3 layers of insulation. Actis multifoil insulation is installed between the membrane and the timber rafters, we then fit 50mm of Actis Hybris insulation between the rafters, this is then covered with 40mm insulated plasterboard with a vapour barrier, which is then skimmed to provide a smooth perfect finish, giving a U-value of 0.14.
As replacing your conservatory roof with a solid insulated roof falls under Building Regulations, please click here for more details, we provide a Building Regulation Certificate with all installations and a 10 year insurance backed guarantee.
40mm Warmline XPS Thermal Laminate combines 30.5mm extruded polystyrene insulation foam (XPS) bonded to 9.5mm tapered edge plasterboard. Product is fully applicable with Part L of the building regulations. Thermal Conductivity – 0.031 W/mK.This product also provides a vapour control layer to help control the level of condensation.
The Warmline insulating laminates are designed as a simple effective way to improve the thermal efficiency in roof or wall applications. They are BBA certified and fully applicable with Part L of the building regulations.
Warmline XPS Thermal Laminate insulated plasterboard is manufactured from closed cell extruded polystyrene foam using a blowing agent that has Zero Ozone Depletion Potential (zero ODP) and Low Global Warming Potential (GWP).
The TapcoSlate highlights the handsome character of slate, at the same time enhancing roof performance through innovative design, the slates are created with mould cases from real slate to capture genuine peaks, plateau and curves. The colour through design and UV stabilisation ensures “stay-true” richness of colour. Our most popular colours are Chestnut Brown, Brick Red, Stone Black, Plum, Red Rock and Pewter Grey, but alternative slate colours are available.