Livinroof is the first roofing system designed to give us the flexibility to use both solid and glazed roof panels for new conservatories or conservatory conversions. Livinroof allows you to choose where you want light in your conservatory extension by replacing Livinroof’s solid panels with full length glazing panels at any point in the roof. This will help you to create a warm but light and airy room - whether you are replacing or converting an old conservatory roof or creating an entire new room from scratch to give you a room that you can use all year round. We will carry out a full survey prior to quoting for your new Livinroof solid conservatory roof and will advise as to whether your existing conservatory windows and doors can be used or if any need to be upgraded or replaced.
If your conservatory needs updating we are experts in conservatory conversions. Replacing your conservatory roof with a thermally efficient Livinroof will have a significant impact on the thermal efficiency of the room, making it a warm and comfortable area for you and the family 365 days a year - Livinroof is a fantastic product to replace an old conservatory roof.
We offer a free 3D Design service & consult on all the different options for your conservatory conversion & styles available to you.
Livinroof is the ultimate solution to conservatory heat regulation problems, with a mix of glass and heavily insulated, lightweight roofing panels in a contemporary grey finish. We can offer a design that allows you to choose the perfect amount of light and will allow you to keep your conservatory at a comfortable temperature all year round.
The structure of the roof utilises the technology from Ultraframe's market leading Classic system to provide strength and rigidity – and with over 1.5 million Classic roofs installed throughout the UK you can be sure it can withstand anything Mother Nature has to offer! Now Livinroof follows on as the perfect conservatory roof conversion option – offering the optimum combination of stunning good looks and outstanding thermal performance.
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We understand the importance of natural light in any home extension. The great feature of Livinroof is that it can incorporate one, or a number of glazed panels in any position on the roof, to allow daylight to penetrate deep into your room, making the space instantly brighter and giving you the perfect conservatory conversion.
The glass panels can be inserted to replace any of the aluminium roofing panels, in any shape, enabling you to maximise the light in your room to produce a very contemporary design not easily achievable with other types of roofing system.
Internally, Livinroof is stunning. It boasts a magnificent vaulted ceiling and incorporates the internal pelmet around the perimeter, where lights can be installed. At the ridge at the top of Livinroof you can insert or hang lights in a place where you otherwise wouldn’t be able to on a vaulted ceiling.
If a vaulted ceiling isn’t for you then there is an option of a suspended ceiling, allowing you to continue the ceiling height from an adjoining room or to give your room a more "cosy" feel.
Livinroof roofing system is constructed from insulated composite external panels and King span slab insulation, which are strong and robust yet extremely thermally efficient.
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