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1:  I currently have a glass roof conservatory and am interested in changing to solid roof like yours. Would I need to obtain planning permission to do this?

“Planning is not needed to change your conservatory roof but building control approval is recommended. The Guardian Warm Roof has full LABC approval and this will help with speeding up the process. We also have a special rate with local authorities and we know exactly how to deal with this and will take care of the paperwork.”

2: What guarantees do homeowners get with a Guardian Warm Roof?

“Guardian have guarantees on the materials they supply to their network of 23 fabricators (the manufacturers). The UK fabricators actually build each tailor-made roof in their workshop before supplying it to us (we are your local Team Guardian members). The external products such as insulation, timber etc will typically have their own individual guarantees. As Team Guardian members we offer a comprehensive written guarantee on their workmanship including the installation.”

3: Why should we invest in a Guardian Roof?

“There are many reasons: first of all, The Guardian Warm Roof was the first fully insulated, lightweight Solid Roof system on the market and is not just the market leader, it’s also the most popular warm roof in the UK. A Guardian Roof will extend your living space and increase the value of your home. Replacing your old Conservatory Roof with a Guardian Warm Roof System will give you the living space you presumed you were getting when you originally had your conservatory installed. The Guardian Roof carries full LABC Approval and delivers a quite incredible U Value of 0.18.”

4: How do other people use their conservatory when they’ve had a Guardian Roof fitted?

“People use the extra usable space the Guardian Warm Roof provides as a place to retreat and relax. Some people use their sunrooms for family rooms, library/reading room, dining and entertaining areas, as a playroom for children or grandchildren, workplace area, exercise room, reading room, room to do arts and crafts, a room to gaze out at the stars or simply a room to close your eyes for a few minutes on a Saturday afternoon. The possibilities are endless.”