What is a Guardian Warm Roof?
Plenty of people are unable to comfortably enjoy their conservatories due to the common complaints of them either being too cold in the winter or too hot during the summer months. Unlike a polycarbonate roof or glass roofing, a Guardian warm roof enables homeowners to enjoy their conservatories throughout the year.
Not only will a Guardian warm roof offer improved insulation but will uplift your current conservatory with a beautiful exterior and a choice of contemporary or traditional finishes internally.
Delivering exceptional insulation and a U-value as low as 0.18 W/m2K, you will notice a difference in reduced noise intrusion and energy costs when you install a Guardian warm roof. This allows you to enjoy your room all year round.
Guardian warm roofs are visually pleasant externally. Lightweight but strong, the tiles and capping are unobtrusive and don’t rely on bulky portal frames, concrete and brick columns, so you can enjoy a beautiful exterior.
You don’t have to worry about needing to make alterations to an existing structure as Guardian warm roofs can be quickly and smoothly installed, so you don’t have to wait long to cosy up in your conservatory.
We are Homestyle Plastics
Based in Witney, Homestyle Plastics is installing Guardian warm roofs to our customers all throughout Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Warwickshire and surrounding counties. Recommended locally, our good reputation of over 30 years has been built on providing quality products and exceptional customer service.
For added assurance, we have numerous accreditations under our belts. This includes FENSA, FairTrades approved tradesmen, Homepro, Plastic Window Federation and Secured by Design.
Visit our Showroom
Sometimes it’s better to view the product first before committing to any project, which is why we have a showroom based in the Cotswolds, which is open six days a week, Monday to Saturday. Here you see examples of our range of products and get a better understanding of how they can work for your home.
All customers are welcomed and will never have to feel pressured or rushed when they enter and can observe our quality designs at their own pace. However, if you are looking for advice, our friendly sales team will be on hand with any suggestions or advice to stimulate ideas.
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Our friendly team in Witney will always be happy to answer any question you may have about our range of products. Give us a call today!
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Can you install a Guardian warm roof to my home?
We can install Guardian warm roofs to homes throughout Witney, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Warwickshire and surrounding counties. However, if you wish to know whether we can install our products to your home, then contact us today!
Do I need planning permission to install a Guardian warm roof?
Since October 2010, you can now legally have a solid tile roof installed without requiring planning permission. Additionally, Guardian’s roof is fully approved by the Local Authority of Building Control (LABC).
How much does a Guardian warm roof cost?
Due to how many styles there are and the customisable nature of installing a Guardian warm roof, it’s not possible to give a cost outright. However, if you want to know how much a Guardian warm roof will cost you, feel free to contact us.
What is a U-value?
A U-value is used to assess the rate of heat lost and gained through the thickness of the combined materials that make up a building component such as a wall, floor, or in this case, Guardian warm roof. It is measured in units of W/m2K and the lower the number, the better the insulation.
What cladding can you install with my Guardian roof?
Currently you can choose from a plastered or a timber/ uPVC cladding finish.
What style of Guardian warm roofs do you offer?
Our Guardian warm roofs are made to measure and are fully customisable as per your specifications. We currently offer the following styles; Victorian, Edwardian, P shaped, gable ended, lean to and bespoke/other.