Conservatory Roof Options
We are pleased to provide two high-quality roofing options: the Celcius Elite Performance glass roof and the Guardian Warm Roof.
Both of these are on show at the Plymouth Garden Centre's Crownhill Conservatories.
Celcius Elite is the ultimate in performance glass, providing the greatest performance glazing for your conservatory.
It has the most intense blue in the collection, which serves to emphasise the colours in your landscape without darkening the space. When viewed from the outside, the tint is more noticeable, giving your installation a warm, comfortable feel. Elite is the greatest option for conservatories that face south and are in exposed places, allowing you to use the space more comfortably.
Celsius Elite is the ultimate performance glazing, thanks to its blue hue and superior capabilities. Celcius Elite is the world's first performance roof glass with a U-value of 0.9.
Guardian Warm Roof
For many people, the same problem exists: they adore their conservatory, but it is either too hot, too chilly, or too noisy. The roof is the source of the majority of the problems.
So, by replacing the glass or polycarbonate roof with a fashionable Guardian™ tiled roof, you not only improve the aesthetic, but you also get a fully insulated soundproofed roof, which is precisely what you intended. Inside is light and airy, but the outside is robust and stunning.
This roof is appropriate for new conservatories as well as replacement roofs.
We provide conservatory maintenance and repair services; contact us today for a no-obligation estimate on a new and magnificent conservatory in Plymouth.
Make Your Conservatory Warmer in the Winter
With our many years of experience fitting Plymouth conservatories, we are frequently sought for advise on a very crucial topic: how to make your Conservatory Warmer in the Winter.
Unfortunately, leaves aren't the only thing that fall in the autumn, but with our assistance, you may be listening to birdsong at breakfast or seeing a beautiful sunset in your conservatory. As you might expect, your conservatory is an essential element of your home, but what happens when the temperature drops?
We have created an informative and useful list of recommendations to assist you in making your Conservatory Warmer in the Winter. Please continue reading to make the most of your conservatory; don't worry, it doesn't have to be expensive!
Tip 1. Fix Those Conservatory Faults
Tip 2. Diminish Those Draughts!
Tip 3. The Guardian Warm Roof – All-year-round protection from the elements.
Tip 4. Window Dressings
Tip 5. Choose the Right Flooring
Depending on the age of your conservatory, one of the most important ways to keep it warm is to repair any faults. Broken window seals, frames, and woodwork damage can all have a negative impact on the warmth of your conservatory.
Making certain that you receive a conservatory built with great craftsmanship and good quality materials, such as the Guardian Warm Roof system, will save you money on expensive fuel costs, not to mention the long-term savings.