Tiled Roof Extensions – A Simple Compromise
All households need extra space from time to time. Conservatories are always a popular choice but we’re pleased to announce that we’ve added a new option to the Everest conservatory line – tiled roof extensions.
These are a hybrid between traditional extensions and conservatories; a large glass area combined with solid frames and a tiled roof to provide a permanent extension which offers the best of both worlds.
The large glazed area lets plenty of natural light into the room whilst giving a virtually uninterrupted view of your garden – just like a conservatory. The tiled roof removes the need for ceiling blinds to keep out the sun and provides greater flexibility when it comes to choosing light fittings.
As all our roofs are custom made, you know you’ll get something which fits perfectly and boasts unparalleled quality. If you want an extra injection of natural light then we can always fit skylights to your tiled roof and all our extensions will comply with the latest building regulations so you don’t need to worry about security or practicality.
All the Benefits, None of the Fuss
A great choice of materials in our new range of tiled roof extensions means you get all the benefits of a high-quality extension without the fuss. Tiles can be matched to your existing roof, whilst framework is available in both uPVC and Aluminium. We’ll even match fascias and guttering so that everything looks like it’s been there all along.
Aesthetics aren’t the only benefit of our tiled roof extensions, though. As you’d expect, energy conservation is high on our list of priorities and this new product offers exceptional thermal properties thanks to its A-rated (uPVC) or B-rated windows.
Both uPVC and Aluminium Windows are covered by our usual lifetime guarantee against condensation and fog in the sealed unit, while the extensions themselves benefit from a 10 year guarantee. We’ll even manufacture the roof off-site so that you don’t suffer unnecessary disruption.
'Tiled Roof Extensions – A Simple Compromise'