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Posted January 26, 2017
“We couldn’t really afford an extension but we wanted a conservatory that we could enjoy all year round, so when we heard about the Guardian Conservatory – it was an easy decision.
That’s a quote from one of our many, extremely happy customers at Guardian. They couldn’t afford a full extension, equally the idea of a traditional conservatory was underwhelming.
The Guardian new build conservatory, with its solid, tiled roof, fits in the middle. It’s quick to install, far cheaper than an extension, yet can be used all year round as a great room.
Can it really be as good as an extension, yet at a fraction of the cost? We believe so – and here’s why.
A room that is usable all year round
The main problem with most conservatories is that they get too hot in the summer and are very hard to keep warm in the winter. As problems go, it’s a big one, and it justifiably puts many people off even considering a conservatory
However, that is also a problem that is easily eradicated. Conservatories have those heating issues because of their roofs, whether it’s glass or polycarbonate, neither is fit for purpose.
That is where the Guardian conservatory differs, it uses our unique solid, tiled lightweight roof.
This roof sits on a standard conservatory frame, just as a glass conservatory roof would, yet it has none of the draw backs.
We have included useful links lower down to technical information and videos.
A room that looks like a great extension – at a fraction of the cost
Again, though, this is a flaw of the glass or polycarb roofs – after all, they hardly blend in with the rest of the property.
A Guardian Conservatory has a range of styles and subtle finishes, so is designed to blend in with any type of property, be it Victorian, Edwardian, Gable, Lean-to or another style.
Easy to install
A traditional bricks and mortar extension is a fairly major building project involving significant upheaval.
A Guardian Conservatory build however is a far simpler process; just a few days work with no major upheaval.
And in the vast majority of cases there is no need for planning permission, the extension / conservatory being a permitted development.
A cheaper option – but one with regulatory approval
A question we are often asked is why, if solid tiled conservatory roofs are so much better, are so many conservatories still made with glass roofs?
The answer is that until 2010, conservatories were only allowed to be built with glass or polycarbonate roofs. At Guardian, we were instrumental in proving the effectiveness of a solid, tiled replacement and now ours is the only roof of its kind to have full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval.
An article in windowsnews warned potential buyers of the dangers of choosing solid conservatory roof other than the Guardian Roof.
The best of both worlds?
They are quick to install, yet have full regulatory backing.
They are certainly worth considering as you look to add space to your house.
If you need any more information, please give us a call on 0800 0665832 or send a message using our contact us form.
Below are a few key links to provide further information:
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