How we work
Install Process Conservatory Roof Insulation
Initial Quotation Given
You will receive a firm quotation via email based the information, dimensions and images you have supplied after your initial enquiry
Install Day Initial Survey
Conservatory area pre fit prep
My team can help clear your conservatory of any furniture, cover the area in sheets and seal the work area off from the rest of your home, to ensure the room is dry.
For Glass Roofs Only
Battens & Cables
We affix the battens to secure the roof and install cabling if required for lighting. Other cosmetic features can be incorporated at this point if requested* please ask us.
Fitting the thermal Insulation
The multi layered conservatory roof insulation is affixed to the battens and follows the existing contours of your roof. Once the insulation layer is fixed, it is cross-battened again to hold it in place and provide a framework for the plasterboard or UPVC Clad finish.
Fiiting the UPVC or Plasterboard
We expertly fit the plasterboard to the ceiling ready for the final installation or attach the uPVC Panels – depending on the fit
Skim & Finish
For Plastered Installs Only
For a plaster finish -the final stage in our process is to skim and finish the ceiling
Tidy Up & Complete
No, we don’t need to do anything to the exterior structure and the existing glass or polycarbonate roof will remain in place.
Virtually none. We carefully follow the contours of your conservatory roof and the insulation itself is very thin.
No. Where necessary, semi-opaque film is applied to a glass roof, but this is rarely necessary on a polycarbonate roof.
As the exterior of the conservatory is not being changed, planning permission is not required
We have skilled teams of fitters and plasterers who will completely sheet and protect the work area. Then they seal the work area from the rest of your home. At completion, they leave your conservatory clean and tidy and remove all waste materials.
Installations are usually completed within 1-2 days, but very large conservatories may take longer. We advise you of the actual time requirement prior to placing your order.
Covering a clear roof will of course reduce the amount of light entering the room, but since the walls are virtually all glass, there will still be more than ample light. More importantly, the unpleasant glare factor will be eradicated. With a polycarbonate roof, the difference will be even less noticeable and in the evenings, it will actually be lighter once painted white.
As stated above, very little will change. We always carefully follow the contours of your existing conservatory roof.
No. As part of the installation we install ventilation gaps above the insulation. The insulation barrier is then closed, eliminating condensation rather than causing it.
Yes of course. We are based in Leeds but cover the whole of the UK