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07 Aug 2019
insulated conservatory roof

How to get an insulated conservatory roof

Get rid of condensation and odd temperatures with an insulated conservatory roof. You know it’s time to insulate your conservatory roof if you still have an old roof with transparent glazing.

This was perfectly normal a decade ago but now homeowners are catching on to the benefits of proper conservatory roof insulation. If you want a conservatory that doesn’t turn into an oven in the summer and a fridge in the winter then our Warmer Roof range of tiled, insulated conservatory roofs is for you.

Insulation prevents any problems relating to condensation and will prevent the build-up of dampness within the roof – not to mention lower heating bills from an energy efficient conservatory roof all year round.

How long does it take to install an insulated conservatory roof?

Your new roof will only take 2-3 days to install, so you can expect to be enjoying your conservatory very quickly! This is because our roofs are prepared to cover any conservatory type, such as: Lean To, Edwardian, Victorian and more!

Does conservatory roof insulation work?

With an insulated conservatory roof from Warmer Roof you will be able to better control the temperature of that room, preventing heat escaping through the roof, retaining heat longer and saving you money on your heating bills. If you ever do decide to sell your home, you can expect your new conservatory to add to its value, as an added Brucie Bonus.

You will also notice that the acoustics, the sound of your conservatory, will improve and you won’t hear the loud drumming of rain on the roof.

Can you buy insulated conservatory roofs in different colours?

What would life be without choice and creativity? Everyone’s different and here at Target Windows we want to ensure you get your dream conservatory. Warmer Roof tiled roofs come in a variety of colours and styles so you can find the right match for your home.

Our roofs come in several different styles:

Edwardian insulated conservatory roof

Many people with old conservatories will more than likely have an Edwardian conservatory style. This style offers more space and can easily be adapted with an insulated conservatory roof, without having to start from scratch.

Gable end insulated conservatory roof

A conservatory in this style is usually square or rectangular for maximum space and provides a more modern living space. This gable end insulated conservatory roof is ideal for adding more of a feature to your home, if you are looking to create an impressive space to entertain guests.

Victorian insulated conservatory roof

This classic English design is adaptable to any building shape and brings a sense of Victorian grandeur. Existing conservatories in this style can easily have a roof replacement.

Lean to insulated conservatory roof

If you want to open up your home and bring a little of the outside in, then a lean to is the answer. This style has large glass patio doors or bi-folding doors, with a choice of full height window frames to ensure you get as much natural light as possible.

Can I still have windows in an insulated conservatory roof?

If you still want some natural light coming through the roof of your conservatory, no problem, simply choose a model with skylights. Contact us to find out what options are available.

Why do we use Warmer Roof?

Other brands will use an aluminium skeleton, which have a risk of condensation build up and their performance can be overly reliant on the quality of materials available at the time. At Target Windows you get what you pay for and you pay for quality.

Our insulated conservatory roofs have:

  • An all timber construction
  • No aluminium skeleton
  • No chance of condensation build-up
  • Proven effective technology
  • A fast turnaround time
  • High quality materials guaranteed

Get in touch with us on 01785 811558 and our friendly, experienced team will give you a better idea of what price it will be for the work you need to be done and how long it will take.

 

03 Jul 2017

TARGET WINDOWS’ WINS NOT ONE, BUT TWO NEW CONTRACTS WITH LUXURY APARTMENT DEVELOPERS, ADLINGTON HOMES

Target Windows has successfully bid for two commercial contracts to supply and fit the windows and doors in the latest developments by Adlington Homes. The new addition to Target’s portfolio is part of the respected Gladman Group, and specialises in the construction of market-leading retirement apartments that support independent living for the over 55s in Cheshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, North Wales and the North West.

The first site, Adlington House, is in Urmston, Greater Manchester. Target Windows will install energy-efficient windows and doors in 55 private luxury apartments, with completion scheduled for November 2017.

The second development, at Brooklands House, Stafford, is due to be completed in Spring 2018 and will feature the very best that Adlington Homes has to offer – a testament to Target Windows’ ability to support such an impressive development.

Target Windows Director, Guy Basnett, commented:

“This is the first time that Target Windows has worked with a Gladman Group company, and we are delighted that they have chosen us to deliver two such prestigious projects. The doors and windows that our team will be installing at both sites will ensure energy efficiency and security for residents.”

The Adlington Homes’ win follows a string of commercial success stories for the Stoke-on-Trent based company, who recently completed the installation of energy-efficient windows and doors in seven new homes and a large block of apartments in Mancetter, Warwickshire, and supported the re-development of a series of Stoke-on-Trent tower blocks in conjunction with Kier Stoke and Kier Construction.