Winter Damaged Conservatory Roofs

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Has your conservatory been damaged this Winter?

This year we have been inundated with requests from Homeowners who have suffered from Winter Damaged conservatory roofs.   Not only have they had major issues with their polycarbonate roofs, missing and broken panels or damaged beams.  They have also found that the damage in some cases has not been able to be properly repaired.

LMD Conservatory Roofs are not a conservatory repair company however many people have asked us to remove the flimsy polycarbonate roofs and replace them with the much more sturdy insulated, tiled conservatory roof.

There are 2 common questions our customers ask

  1. Will we have a warranty, firstly it’s worth noting that in November 2019, LMD Conservatory Roofs were awarded the prestigious IWA Customer Care Merit award having received a 100% Conservatory Conversion Customer Satisfaction Rating Merit award for Customer Care.  All Of LMD Conservatory Roofs are Installed with a comprehensive 10 Year warranty.
  2. Will the roof be warmer than my existing roof? Absolutely! Your new replacement conservatory roof will be significantly warmer – as warm as your living room! Our roof solutions will keep your home the perfect temperature all year round. Traditional conservatories often get too hot in summer and too cold in winter.

Should You Change your Winter Damaged Conservatory Roof?

Whilst your glass and polycarbonate roofed conservatory allows for a bright and airy sunroom, tiled conservatory roofs have become the most popular choice for transforming what was once traditionally a summertime room, into a space that can be used all year round.

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Many of the older conservatories are made with polycarbonate, and UPVc beams initially installed as a lower-cost alternative to building an extension without planning permission. Today many areas require you to follow planning regulations and have a certificate to evidence this – in most places planning consent is no longer required Polycarbonate also provides the much sought after benefit of a large amount of natural light. Bringing the outdoors in without having to put a gamble on the great British weather is certainly one of the major reasons why clear-roofed conservatories are so common these days.

But for all the appeal that natural light has, glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs are not without their disadvantages, being a conservatory owner you will be very familiar with these and coming through the UK winter and storms many of you will now realise how flimsy these roofs can be.

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We wish you every success with your conservatory and hope to see you on Facebook sometime soon. 

Get a free quote:  https://lmdconservatoryroofs.co.uk/get-a-quote/

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Address: 307 Lichfield Road Four Oaks Sutton Coldfield Birmingham B74 4BZ

Phone: 0121 285 4242

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  1. Reginald Hardi Says :

    Posted on December 3, 2020 at 8:51 am

    great

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