Celuplast Ltd was established in 1988, and has been fabricating Conservatory Roofs for the last 15 years of this. Approximately 10 years ago we noticed 2 trends that were affecting our customers that were conservatory installers.
- Conservatories are too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter, and there were no options for householders to replace their conservatory roof with a solid roof, without knocking down their existing structure and starting again.
- If a householder wanted a solid roof as opposed to a conservatory roof to begin with, our conservatory customers were struggling to compete in this market against the traditional builder.
With both of these factors in mind we set about developing the Celuplast Guardian Roof. Our idea was to develop a solid roof system that could be installed onto re-enforced window frames, and using the skill set of a traditional window or conservatory installer.
After a lot of time and financial investment from Celuplast we developed the Guardian Roof, and we have been fabricating and selling it successfully for the last 8 years.
The Guardian Roof is now the only full replacement roof on the UK market that is available to conservatory installers, and that has complete Building Control Certification. We use a specially designed aluminium frame and a lightweight roof tile that carries a 40 Year Guarantee. The Guardian Roof is fabricated to custom fit every installation. It is possible to produce any style roof from Edwardian, Victorian, Lean -To, Gable Ended, or Combination.
It is possible to install the Guardian Roof as low as 15 degrees and a replacement installation can be completed as quickly as 3 days.
Celuplast have partnered with conservatory fabricators and conservatory installers throughout the UK, and are very excited by the response we have received from both fabricators and householders alike. The Guardian Roof can transform an underutilised conservatory into an all year round living space that will feel like a new extension.
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