WARMroof: Our New Product for 2020

 In Dorset Window Products, News

Introducing our newest product of 2020: WARMroof! 

We are proud and excited to announce that we now can offer WARMroof to our customers as a part of an extensive product range. This new addition allows for even more choice and more customizable options to find something that is perfect for you and will make an amazing addition to your home.  

WARMroof black tiles with timber detail

What is a warm roof conservatory? 

This new style of conservatory replaces the traditional glass roof of a conservatory with a solid insulated tiled roof. However, you don’t have to worry about loss of light with a solid roof but rather benefit from an extended space that has the light and airy feel of a traditional conservatory but better regulates temperatures. 

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What are the benefits of a WARMroof? 

A Luxurious Extension

Adding space, light and value to your home, your new WARMroof allows for a multi-use room with versatility. Whether it’s a reading nook, office, or playroom you can use this room to your advantage.

Light and Airey 

One might have the misconception that you will lose light with a solid roof, however it is the opposite. You can still retain the light and airiness that comes with a traditional conservatory adding the light element into your home. Configuring the glazing panels in the best way to capture the natural daylight to ensure that you maximise the light and create a space that is truly phenomenal.

Fit to your aesthetics

No matter what your style is, you can find a colour and design to suit you and your needs. Whether it is Georgian, Gable, Hipped Lean-To or P-Shaped there is a design that will perfectly capture both elegance and practicality.  

Tailored Finishing Touching

One of the most appealing features of this warm roof is the ability to tailor the details to suit you. Adding in the perfect touches like light fixtures, blinds and speakers to re-define your space and modernise your home allows for a truly new experience.

WARMroof Diagram

What are the tiles made of? 

The lightweight tiles that adorn the roof are recycled polymer making them both lightweight and beautiful. 

What colours can the roof come in? 

The Lightweight tile is available in 4 different colours: Anthracite Black, Slate Grey, Terracotta and Dark Brown. 

 

What is the difference between a traditional conservatory and a WARMroof? 

A more traditional conservatory typically has a glass roof whereas a WARMroof has a solid, insulated roof. The difference in roof does mean that a WARMroof will allow for more regulated temperatures in the different seasons and will provide more shade and cover than a glass roof.

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