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Low Pitch Conservatory Roof

These low pitch roofs are flat but are normally angled to one side to stop a build-up of water when it rains or a build-up of snow, otherwise your roof might become too heavy, and you don’t really want that do you? Didn’t think so. It is also a very cost effective roof that will save you money, as some other types of roofs and conservatories are far more expensive.

Having a conservatory is really nice but not everyone can afford it, so having this as an option helps people a lot when it comes to building a conservatory. You can save yourself even more money and build it yourself with our Option to go DIY with easy and helpful guides, also comes with video guides as well, so you can’t go wrong with us.

You can also upgrade the roof to a tiled one for extra benefits like savings on your heating bill.  Go to our benefits page to find out more.

If you have any interest at all please fill out a quote form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

IT'S OFFICIALExtension & External Projects Can Re-Start Now

New Government Guidance for Working in Homes during Lockdown

The latest announcement from Certass Competent Persons Scheme has said that external works on conservatories, glazed extensions, etc. can be carried out, as long as there is a thermal divide and you can maintain social distancing.

Non-essential replacement and installation works inside occupied homes should not be undertaken during lockdown.