Guardian™ Warm Roof
"Adding both space and lifestyle to your home"
The Guardian Warm Roof is a revolutionary step forward in home improvement. Unsurprisingly then, there are many compelling reasons to choose the Guardian™ Warm Roof System. A key aspect being the only guaranteed U-value of 0.18 among solid conservatory roofs. Keeping you warm in winter and cool for the hot summer months. The perfect temperature all-year-round!
Aesthetically, the Guardian™ Roof is without doubt the easiest product on the eye in its class. From its contoured tiles to the low profile ridge and capping's. The Guardian™ Roof provides the perfect addition to any existing house type, available at a very competitive price and now available in the Essex area.
The Roof System is designed to replace the existing glass or polycarb roof of a conservatory while retaining the original windows, doors, frames and walls. At the same time providing substantial energy cost savings. Fully tested and approved to all thermal and structural standards, the Guardian™ System is a high performance insulated roof system comprising of a pre-engineered lightweight frame, two layers of rigid insulation board, internal insulated plasterboard, exterior grade plywood, vapour membrane and a choice of external tile finishes.
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Why choose a Guardian™ Roof
- Ambient temperature all-year-round
- Save money on heating bills
- Wide range of roof tiles
- Fantastic finish options
- Optional sky light windows
- Thermal, structural and
condensation risk tested
- Fast installation service
- LABC Building approval
- Achieves a U-value of 0.18
Guardian™ Warm Roof Guarantee
We are fully certified under the FENSA enrolment policy - registration number 10883
The Building Regulations 2010 (as amended) are a set of mandatory functional requirements established in law to protect the health, safety, welfare and convenience of building users and people who might be affected by buildings or matters connected with buildings. They also define the thermal performance of buildings and building works. The Building Regulations are not concerned with aesthetics (what the installations looks like) or the quality of the installation so long as it does not adversely affect the thermal performance or the health, safety, welfare and convenience of building users and the general public.
Therefore poor finishing of an installation such as untidy sealant, large trims or uneven finishes although not satisfactory to a householder may well not breach the building regulations. Such issues are likely to be contractual issues that should be taken up with the installer at the time of the installation.
By using a FENSA registered contractor you'll get:
- Protection of deposit taken - in line with the insurance company's policy wording
- A 10 year guarantee covering completed window and door installations
- At a minimum, an offer of an insurance policy to cover the 10 year guarantee, should the contractor cease to trade
- An easy way of registering your replacement windows and doors with your Local Authority at no cost to you
Guardian™ Warm Roof Technical Information
Most companies can only offer you an option of either a glass or polycarbonate roof for your conservatory. Here at Styleglaze we have invested a considerable amount of time and effort in communicating with Building Control Offices and in October 2010 it became law that you could put a solid roof on your conservatory. There are some basic rules that you will need to comply with. We can provide all of the information and if necessary deal with building control officers.
Did you know that you can now replace a conservatory roof with a solid roof without having to apply for building regulations?
There were changes made to the building regulations on October 1st 2010 which allows anyone to put a solid roof on a conservatory as long as they meet the following criteria:
- They are built at ground level and are less than 30 square metres in floor area.
- The conservatory is separated from the house by external quality walls, doors or windows.
- There should be an independent heating system with separate temperature and on/off controls.
- Glazing and any fixed electrical installations comply with the applicable building regulations requirements.
If you have any doubts then please go to the following website link provided by the communities and local government
If you go to section c25 it clearly states the following:
Where a conservatory or porch does not meet all of the above conditions it is not exempt and approved documents l1b & l2b give guidance on what would be reasonable in meeting the energy efficiency provisions from non-exempt conservatories and porches. Building control bodies will want to note that the definition of conservatory in terms of percentage translucent material as set out in previous editions of the approved documents no longer applies.