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Guardian Warm Roof: What Sizes and Styles are Available?

Posted by Clare Whitehall on Mar 05, 2021

Just like houses, conservatories can come in all shapes and sizes.

One worry we often hear is people wondering whether their conservatory is too large, too small, or too funny in shape for a conservatory roof conversion.

For those customers there’s good news! Nearly all shapes and sizes can be fitted with a Guardian Warm Roof for a conservatory transformation.

A small conservatory with a solid conservatory roof

One roof to rule them all

At Projects 4 Roofing we’ve focused all our conservatory roofing efforts on just one solid roof model.

With our years of experience and expertise, we’ve come to believe that the Guardian Warm Roof is the best on the market. That’s why it’s the only roof we install – because we want to offer our customers the best solution for their conservatories.

Not only that, but (with a qualified and experienced installation team), Guardian roofs are quick to install , attractive, and versatile. This flexibility is what makes the Guardian Warm Roof so appealing to us as roofers, and to our customers with all kinds of conservatories.

So if you’re looking for a warm, well ventilated, beautifully finished conservatory roof to replace a glass or polycarbonate roof, you can rest assured that we’ll almost certainly be able to help!

Conservatory Roof Sizes

We’ve converted every size conservatory roof you might come across in the East Anglia region.

From mini conservatories to large, open-plan garden rooms, no project is too big or too small for a conservatory roof conversion.

One of the great advantages of the Guardian Warm Roof is that once we’ve completed our measurements and assessment at your property, we order a roof to be built to your conservatory's exact specifications. The roofing materials are measured and cut in the factory according to your conservatory’s dimensions, arriving at your property ready to install on the very first day!

So if you have a smaller conservatory there’s no problem. After the roof installation we often see mini conservatories used as a secondary living room or a perfect little playroom for the kids.

A big open-plan conservatory is a great choice for a living or dining room, with space to spread out and enjoy the view over a meal or with friends round.

Larger, open-plan conservatories are of course a bigger job, but only as far as the size of the roof goes – the effort and time for us are more or less the same. It’s worth noting though, that some need a greater level of Building Regulations due to how internal walls are configured (open plan conservatories for example).

However, these additional checks, such as Building Regulations approval are filed for you at no extra cost by the Projects 4 Roofing team. And because the Guardian Warm Roof is pre-approved by the LABC, the process of approval for the roof itself is much simpler and faster than it would otherwise be.

So whatever size your conservatory, don’t worry, we’ll have you covered!

A conservatory living room can be achieved with a solid conservatory roof 2

Conservatory Roof Styles

There are a variety of roof types that are popular across the UK and East Anglia. Luckily, the Guardian Warm Roof is adaptable to fit nearly any style. These include:

It’s perfectly fine and simple to stick with the same roof shape you already have when you have a conservatory roof replacement. However, many people, especially those with lean-to roof designs take the opportunity to change their conservatory roof style when having their conversion done.

The flexible conservatory design of the Guardian roof means you can convert a lean-to polycarbonate roof into a double-hipped tiled roof, for example. There’s no obligation to change the shape if you like the existing style, but it’s worth considering all the options before making your final decision.

One advantage of making a change in conservatory roof style might be creating a more roomy feeling. Installing a double-hipped roof gives the interior ceiling a concave shape adding extra ceiling height, and making the room feel bigger and more airy.

Whether you prefer keeping your original roof shape or trying a new design when you start your conservatory transformation project, you can rest assured that the Guardian Warm Roof covers all the options.

Group of friends preparing lunch while discussing about conservatory roof styles 2

Conclusion

Guardian roofs can be made to fit almost any shape and size of conservatory you own. So don’t worry about having an unusually large conservatory, for example, or an unconventionally shaped garden room – we’ve seen it all before!

You can rest assured that Projects 4 Roofing will be able to convert your conservatory roof, leaving you with all the benefits of a Guardian Warm Roof. Warmth, space, ventilation, and easy approval from any planning permission, it’s all part of the package.

Find out more about how we can tailor a Guardian roof to your conservatory today, by giving us a call.

conservatory roof replacement guide from projects 4 roofing

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