Prevent A Waste Of Space And Buy A Solid Roof

If you already own a conservatory what motivated you to buy it? Some do so because they want a luxurious area for dining with close members of family and friends on special occasions e.g. birthdays, Christmas. Others simply want a spot away from the rest of the house where they can unwind in peace. The majority though do so because their home is no longer blessed with space and the installation of a home extension restores it.

When the latter reasoning is the chief motivation for investing in a conservatory it can be hugely frustrating when it either gets too cold in winter or too hot in summer.

Too many homeowners who experience this type of problem with their conservatory fail to do anything about it and don’t realise that there is a ready-made solution for the issue, letting it go empty, which when you think about it is a huge waste.

What solution we hear you cry? We’re talking about the solid roof or Guardian Warm Roof™ System.

All it requires is the removal of your existing roof and the installation of a custom-made solid roof for the structure, something that can be done in no time at all.

The solid roof will restore energy efficiency within the conservatory so that a consistently comfortable temperature is sustained, meaning that it will always be there to serve its original purpose in any weather.

Expect it to become the most used area of the house all over again.

If you’ve yet to buy a conservatory and want to avoid any future risk of it failing to provide the comfort you need at certain times of the year then purchase a solid roof conservatory from the beginning.

You can see an example at our York showroom where you can also get a FREE no obligation quote.


We invite you to join us at our showroom in York, to browse our many products in person and speak with our team of advisors and designers about your next home improvement project.


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Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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