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Solid Roof Sunrooms

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Solid Roof Sunrooms

Solid roof sunrooms give you the benefits of a glass sunroom and the security of a solid roof structure. Featuring modern materials and manufacturing techniques, sunrooms offer incredible energy efficiency for your home. Consisting of a rectangular or square floorplan, sunrooms can be quickly fitted to any space; making them especially good for small properties. As such, you can place a sunroom wherever you want, as well as choose from a great selection of sunroom designs. With a non-conductive frame and modern insulation materials, solid roof sunrooms will keep the temperature inside consistent all year round.

A room like no other

Thanks to their modern levels of energy efficiency, a solid roof sunroom will reduce your energy bills and give you greater control over the internal temperature. Furthermore, solid roofs provide incredible sound insulation. Significantly reducing outside noise from entering, a solid-roof sunroom give you a unique space to enjoy your garden in peace. Another advantage of Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories solid-roof sunrooms is how much they cost. As a family-based business we are proud to have grown into one of the most trusted and respected manufacturers and installers of sunrooms in Mid Wales. Created in 1994, we do everything we can to offer the lowest sunroom prices.


As roof options go you’d be hard pushed to find anything better than a solid roof…

Replacement

Whether your Edwardian, Lean-To, Gable or Victorian conservatory is old or brand new, a solid roof can be specially designed and adapted to fit. Any unusually shaped or size conservatories such as the P-shaped model can be equipped with a bespoke solid roof which will offer exactly the same amount of warmth and comfort.

Conservatories

The solid roof is readily associated with replacement projects, but many newly built conservatories now come ready installed with a Warm Roof, rather than the glass or polycarbonate variety. The speed with which it can fitted is accelerated further due to the many glazed facets present in the overall structure, far quicker than it would be in an extension that contains full height brick walls and a standard roof wrapper. Centre pivot windows and mounted spotlights can be integrated into the design to compensate for any loss of natural light suffered as a consequence of a solid roof.

Orangeries

Double-ended Edwardian configurations make it possible for a solid roof to be fitted onto a new or existing orangery. From the perspective of aesthetics your orangery won’t change in the slightest, what will change is the internal ambience which will feel far more welcoming and inviting than it did previously. The natural sunlight that filters through mounted spotlights and centre pivot roof windows will further add to the overall feel.

Extensions

The Warm Roof isn’t limited to conservatories and orangeries as it can also be utilised in most other types of home extension as an alternative to the standard solid roof which takes longer to install and is usually more expensive. Lightweight tile and slate are the two roof coverings available, with many colour variations on offer so that the roof matches up to the roof of your home.

Porches

A porch installation will be a far quicker process should you opt to have a Warm Roof included, whether it happens to be a small or large project. Sleeker porches could be concluded within just a few hours due to the efficiency of the Warm Roof and the ease with which it can be incorporated into it.

A solid tiled roof offers your home so many different benefits…

Insulation

It’s not all about looks when it comes to the final conservatory design. You need it to be practical in terms of the energy efficiency it provides throughout the year so that you can get the most out of it. The Warm Roof plays a vital role so far as keeping the structure insulated at all times, particularly as it is made up of rigid insulation board and insulated plywood.

Solid Look & Feel

There’s no doubting the qualities of a polycarbonate or glass roof, but a solid roof provides that something a little bit different from the perspective of internal ambience. Yes, it won’t allow quite as much natural sunlight to pass into the room, but it will still receive a generous quantity of it from sunrise till sunset. You will be astounded by just similar a lightweight roof looks to any traditional tiles or slates; in fact you will hardly any difference no matter how thorough you inspect them all.

Simple Fit

The installation of a Warm Roof is faster than you would probably expect due to it being pre-fabricated, meaning that it will only be a few hours before you can begin enjoying your living space.

A plasterboard or timber internal finish will work a treat…

The favoured internal finish for a Warm Roof tends to be painted plasterboard as it offers a clean and spotless effect that you’ll never tire of looking at. But there are other options available to you such as a timber clad ceiling which really shows its class in the winter due to the richness and texture of the dark shades emitting warm undertones. It gives you that cabin-like feel and act as a great accompaniment to any integrated roof windows or centre pivoting timber roof windows.

Centre pivot roof windows and a Warm Roof are a marriage made in heaven…

 

Don’t be concerned by any loss of natural sunlight that occurs as a result of having a Warm Roof fitted as it can always be drawn back in by integrating roof windows into the design, working in tandem with the traditional windows and doors. Morning, noon or night, you can expect to revel in the most spectacular views imaginable through the roof windows. They will also prove a tonic in summer when ventilation is an absolutely must, helping keep every cool and at a comfortable temperature.

Our tiles have a strength and toughness to them that exceeds the expectations…

We offer two types of Warm Roof covering, lightweight tile and lightweight slate. Our lightweight tiles come in five varied colours, whilst our lightweight slate looks virtually identical to natural slate such is the amount of time and effort put into its production. Both are completely weather-proof and maintenance-free.

Lightweight Tile

There’s no denying that traditional slate when first fitted looks exceptionally pleasing on the eye, but as time goes by, it often cracks and loses the visual appeal it once had. Our lightweight is designed to endure and suffers with no such problems, even years down the line. It also looks exactly like the real thing such is the amount of detail put into it, with curves and peaks present throughout the material. An impressive 20 colours are available including plum, brick red, stone black and pewter grey.

Lightweight Slate

A lightweight tile is all its takes to secure warmth in conservatories, orangeries, porches and many other forms of home extension. It takes very little time to install and so far as maintenance is concerned, there’s none required. When it comes to choosing a suitable coloured lightweight tile, you can choose between umber, green, charcoal, red and ebony.

Give your tiled roof a bit of colour and personality…

Our lightweight tiles will work in perfect symmetry with any existing roof tiles when you select either of the five colour options we have available. Don’t be put off by the word ‘lightweight’ though as it offers a similar level of durability to that of a stone-coated steel.


See some of our Solid Roof Sunrooms projects

Take a look through the Solid Roof Sunroom projects we’ve completed for some of our previous happy customers, or visit our projects page for a broader look of other types of projects

Full Height Solid Roof Conservatory

The glass to floor feature of this large conservatory could also be though of as an extension or garden room. A red tile roof and along...

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Georgian Solid Roof Conservatory

This customer opted for a traditional Georgian conservatory with a solid roof. A grey UPVC finish helps to highlight the classic leaded glass windows and french...

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Bespoke Solid Roof Orangery

A bespoke contemporary solid grey roof orangery complete with Bi-Fold doors. The doors allow natural light to enter the room giving it a homely feel inside....

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Modern Solid Roof Orangery

The dark grey finish on this contemporary solid roof orangery gives off a very modern feel. This option involves bi-folding doors and wall to ceiling windows...

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Victorian Solid roof Conservatory

This green Victorian solid roof conservatory allows the customer to relax in their orangery regardless of weather. The green UPVC and French doors offers an elegant...

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Red Solid Roof Orangery

A red solid roof Edwardian orangery with low maintenance white UPVC windows and French doors that perfectly complement any home, extend your living space for you...

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Incredible Service and Quality

To help you get the best sun rooms we use UltraRoof. So good are these roofs in regards to insulation and durability, that many are already predicting they will soon take over the market. With no expensive steelwork nor structural tie bars, UltraRoof can be easily created to fit any existing shape or design.

Because UltraRoof can be installed incredibly easy, they can be installed quickly and affordably. Featuring large, made-to-measure glass panels in the roof design; UltraRoof provides natural sunlight and great outdoor views.