The Guardian Warm Roof System Explained by Quick Kit Build
Here at Quick Kit Build, when replacing your conservatory roof; we utilise the Guardian Warm Roof system. We considered several conservatory roofing systems before deciding on the Guardian Warm Roof system and this conservatory roofing system offers a wide range of advantages in comparison to polycarbonate and glass conservatory roofing. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of replacing your conservatory roof with the Guardian Warm Roof system as well as the process in which we will carry out the installation of this roofing system onto your conservatory. If you are looking for a replacement conservatory roof then contact Quick Kit Build today on: 01934 808793.
Advantages of the Guardian Warm Roof System
Due to the fact that building regulations have changed from 2011, many people are opting to change their polycarbonate and glass conservatory roofs. Mould and condensation can occur when conservatory roofing does not conform to JHAI certification and when you compare our installation service to glass and polycarbonate roofing the differences are evident. Our roofs and glass and polycarbonate roofs are fabricated in a factory by a skilled workforce and have a 10 year manufacturer guarantee but this is the only thing that they have in common with our Guardian Warm Roof system. Every roof that we install has a Building Regulation Certificate and is compliant to JHAI specification. Our replacement roofs are structurally proven, including wind and snow loading and the roof structure is designed to take plasterboard, tiles and vents. Our roofing is thermally efficient, cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Our roofing is free from mould and condensation, free from solicitor issues if the house is sold and allows you to have a lovely space in your conservatory all year round.
Benefits of the Guardian Warm Roof System
There are also numerous other benefits associated with opting to replace your current conservatory roof with the Guardian Warm Roof system. The Guardian Warm Roof system is extremely energy efficient, especially in comparison to polycarbonate and glass conservatory roofing. The average U-value of a glass conservatory roof is 2.8 and the average U-value of a polycarbonate conservatory roof is 1.7. The Guardian Warm Roof system has a U-value of 0.18 and this greatly demonstrates the insulation properties of this system. Due to the fact that warm air rises, 75% of heat is lost through the roof of your conservatory. Solving this issue eradicates heat loss and this is another reason as to why the Guardian Warm Roof system excels in energy efficiency. The insulation in both directions is also an innovation which drives the utility of this conservatory roofing system. Snow and ice that is sitting on top of your conservatory roof will not melt from the inside and in the summer extreme heat will not be felt on the inside of the conservatory. This demonstrates the two way insulation and combining all of these qualities together; you have an extremely energy efficient roofing system.
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Our installation service consists of removing the glass or polycarbonate roofing from your current conservatory and replacing it with a lightweight tiling system. After this is carried out, installation will put into these tiles and the ceiling will be plaster-boarded. This solid roofing is light enough to fit on frames and is the perfect roofing system to replace your current conservatory roofing and allow you to enjoy your conservatory all year round. If you are looking for a replacement roof for your conservatory then we highly recommend installing the Guardian Warm Roof System. If you are looking for a replacement conservatory roof company, give us a call today on: 01934 808793.
Paul is the Managing Director of Quick Kit Build. He has years of expertise within the industry and runs an independent medium-sized business.