If you are investing in a new conservatory or are looking to replace your conservatory roof, choosing a Solid Warm Roof system is the next step in making the most of your living space. Its thermal qualities will make your conservatory more energy efficient and create an ambient temperature that you can enjoy all year around. With a variety of styles and finishes to compliment your home, you will also add value to your home by investing in one of the most revolutionary steps in home improvement.
Construction work is always daunting. But with a five week turnaround from when you made your initial enquiry with Supercraft to when the fitting of your replacement conservatory roof is completed, your installation will be prompt and efficient. As part of our service package, we will keep you informed at each step of the process and transform your conservatory in twelve easy steps.
- Energy efficiency
- Thermal, structure and condensation tested
- Achieves an insulator U-value of 0.18 (England and Wales) or 0.15 (Scotland)
- Low roof pitches (15 degrees)
- Local Authority Build Control (LABC) and Local Authority Building Society Scotland (LABSS) registered
- Fully guaranteed
- U-value as low as 0.15
Why a solid roof?
A Solid Warm Roof to choose or replace your conservatory roof will:
- Comfortable regulated temperature all year round
- Replaces your old glass or polycarbonate roof
- Incredibly striking designs and finishes
- Great investment potential
- Custom fit
- FREE solid roof conversion quotation
- A comfortable year round living space
- Range of payment options available
Once you have chosen your perfect Solid roof design, Supercraft offer a variety of finishes to complete your conservatory.
All of these finishes can be found in our brochures and in our showroom found on our contact us page.
- Tapco slate tiles
- Sleek trims
- Capping finishes
- Roof windows
- Optional down lights and Velux roof vents
- Choice of external finish
Supercraft offer a range of different roofing design options
For those with the classic shape sunroof, The Edwardian Solid Roof is aesthetically pleasing to most house styles. The roof shape ensures that you keep as much ceiling height as possible, making your conservatory feel spacious.
If your conservatory has an attractive facet finish, the Victorian Solid roof boasts elegance and style internally and externally.
A lean to is an ideal way to extend your kitchen, and with a lean-to Solid roof that can go as low as fifteen degrees, you can also add windows to your roof and have one or two have to hips (slopes).
Match your gable ended windows with the Gable Ended Solid Roof, so that you can benefit from the enhanced lighting the high ceiling creates.