Insulated conservatory roof panels
Our insulated roof panels are produced by one of Europe’s largest manufacturers that have an enviable reputation for innovation, quality and long-term performance.
Panels are an enhancement to your existing roof and can normally be fitted in a day and are covered by our manufacturer’s 10 year material and UV stability guarantee.
Listen to the difference
This sound recording of heavy rainfall was made by one of our customers before and after having our insulated acoustic panels fitted. It's amazing how effective they are in deadening the sound
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Standard polycarbonate roof sheets have a finite life expectancy, somewhere between 10 and 15 years, so when the time comes to improve you now have a few options.
You could replace like for like but with the increasing desire to save energy at the same time as extending the annual use of the conservatory, upgrading the roof by installing solid insulated conservatory roof panels is a great solution.
The introduction of solid panels not only reduces heat loss it also cuts down on solar gain, helping to break the cycle of having a conservatory that is too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. The installation may also remedy some leaks (T&Cs apply).
Clear glazing can also be introduced to provide a lighter, more contemporary look.
A combined thermal insulation and acoustic solution to the perennial “too hot/too cold/too noisy” issues with conservatory roofs provided simply by using a single panel.
An excellent and affordable solution using solid lightweight insulated conservatory roof panels of the same or similar thicknesses and dimensions to those of the old polycarbonate or glass roof panels that can be completed in a day or two.
Sandwich panels have been used for their structural strength and lightness for many years and feature in marine and aeronautical structures as well as insulated vehicle bodies and modular buildings.
Insulated conservatory roof panels from Morespace are manufactured for you by one of Europe’s largest sandwich panel makers. Based in Germany, they have an enviable reputation for innovation and for manufacturing products with proven quality and long-term performance. The conservatory roof panels are lightweight, extremely strong and are thermally very efficient even though relatively thin.
Depending on the roof panel thickness it is possible to reduce heat loss through the roof by between 50 and 70%
Solar gain due to direct sunlight is also vastly reduced.
Why Choose Us
- MADE IN GERMANY
- Thicknesses to match existing glazing
- Lengths up to 5 metres
- PVC skins
- Integral acoustic layer to further reduce rain noise
- SIMPLE FAST INSTALLATION
- Direct drop-in for existing glass or polycarbonate panels
- Usually completed same day
- INSTALLATION THROUGHOUT SUSSEX, SURREY & KENT
- EXCELLENT THERMAL PERFORMANCE
- Cut out solar gain and reduce heat loss through roof by 50-70%
- Non absorbent
- 10 YEAR MANUFACTURER’S UV & MATERIAL GUARANTEE
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What are the other options?..
Replace or Convert the whole roof.
These are more expensive than panels and require Building Regulations approval prior to commencement of work.
Never the less, we are happy to give advice and regularly work with a couple of specialist firms if this is an option you’d like to consider.
From lightweight tiled to flat GRP replacement roofs, there’s normally a solution available for most people and all installations are covered by 10-year warranties.
Just read John and Diane’s feedback. They first enquired about panels for their conservatory in Horley, but it transpired that a replacement roof would suit them better so we were able to advise and organise the installation by one of our “partner” companies.
Installing a ceiling under your existing glazed roof is great if your current roof is in tip-top condition, but leaks may still occur in the future and cause internal damage to your property. Condensation may build up if not vented properly and glass sealed units have also been known to blow and insulation quilts to melt if adequate protection has not been taken to reduce heat build-up.
For these reasons, this is not an option we can recommend!