Typical Conservatory Roof Styles
The classic shape. Together with attractive roof windows, the Edwardian Conservatory Roof is the traditional and classical look with fantastic styling and convenience the Edwardian design also helps to maximise the room space below.
The Victorian Conservatory offers contemporary styling for your home and gives you more options in relation to door positions.The roof is a 3-facet design and gives an attractive alternative to the Edwardian style.
The Lean-To is ideal to maximise space at the back of the house. The ends can either have one or to hips (slopes). It is ideal for kitchen extensions and can go as low as 15 Degrees with roof windows.
The Porch take a look at the stylish and bright new look, by adding a porch to the front of your home. Take full advantage that you will receive with the added security and value to your home.
FT centre pivot windows are the most popular type of FAKRO roof window. The well-designed centre pivot allows the sash to be opened in a range of positions, thus increasing the amount of fresh air which can be drawn into the room. The sash can also be rotated through 180° and locked, allowing easy and safe cleaning of the outer pane to be carried out. Such pivot windows are operated using a two-part hinge.
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Made from recyclable plastic and Dolomite limestone, Tapco Slate has the random texture and edges of natural slate. It’s lightweight, (12.35 kg per m2) and is strong, cost effective, recyclable and attractive and is available in a range of attractive colours & blends. Tapco slates have excellent weathering characteristics; they will not curl, lift or delaminate, and are impermeable to water.
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Metrotile is still the only lightweight steel roofing manufacturer that is able to offer a 40 year
guarantee on all of our profiles. Crafted to the highest standard under meticulous conditions, each
Metrotile is forged from drawing quality 3 steel, the highest steel grade available in our industry.
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