Both options give amazing insulation properties, however the choice of tiles vs insulated panels is mainly down to the desired appearance, tiles can appear more traditional whereas insulated panels often appear more modern.
Both types of solid insulated conservatory roof allow clear glazing to be incorporated into the design, with tiles the glass has to be mainly square in shape, whereas the insulated panel option allows roof glazing of different shapes and sizes.
A solid insulated conservatory roof will ensure a conservatory is a usable room all year round, with the use of insulated roof panels couples with dense insulation and foil backed plasterboard.
From the traditional white PVC and classic colours such as rosewood/mahogany to much more modern design choices including anthracite grey, Irish oak and many more. You even have a choice of roof glazing tints including aqua, blue, neutral and bronze to really personalise your project
The majority of conservatory roofs can be removed and made effectively watertight within a single day, this helps to reduce the chance of flooring/decoration damage due to poor weather conditions.
we always go the extra mile when it comes to protecting floor coverings with the use of ply-wood boards and dust sheets.
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