Traditional Roof Conservatories by Stormseal SW

Traditional Roof Conservatories in Plymouth

Traditional-roof conservatories are hugely popular thanks to their energy-efficient climate control. They’re cool in the summer and warm in the winter, meaning you can make the most of your investment all year round.

Solid-roof conservatories can be used as a family room, additional living room, games room or even a gym with a view. And, with our 10-year guarantee, you can rest assured that your conservatory with a traditional roof will be built to last.

 

Why choose a tiled-roof conservatory?

Apart from being temperate and welcoming all year round, your traditional-roof conservatory can be fitted with roof lights if you want to enjoy natural light in your conservatory. What’s more, you can relax in your conservatory without being bothered by excessive glare from the sun or noise from the rain.

With all these great features, you’ll soon come to view your tiled-roof conservatory as your favourite room in the house.

 

Features of a traditional roof conservatory

Your tiled-roof conservatory will:

  • be structurally certified;
  • have reinforced uPVC windows and doors;
  • feature integrated portal frame, posts and couplers;
  • be built with pre-cut timbers and durable aluminium components;
  • feature Hi-Tech insulation, plus felt and bat; and
  • be finished with tiles or slate to match your property.

 

Need some advice?

If planning the perfect traditional-roof conservatory is new ground for you, you’ll love our FREE conservatory design service. We’re on hand to offer impartial design advice so that you get the conservatory of your dreams. We can help with everything from mapping out your conservatory’s footprint, to sourcing the perfect tiles to help your conservatory blend in with your existing roofscape.

Ready to get the ball rolling? Call us on 01752 696989 or contact us via e-mail to discuss your requirements.

Serving Devon and Cornwall, Stormseal South West in Plymouth is an expert supplier and installer of traditional-roof conservatories.