Orangeries provide a stylish and high performing extended living area to any home. One of the most effective ways to help your conservatory continue functioning as an extension-like living space, SupaLite orangery flat roofs offer excellent efficiency and are swiftly installed. Conservatories are already a versatile addition, but when opting to transform it into a flat roof orangery this sentiment is reinforced further, combining the light and views of a traditional conservatory with the walls and ceiling of an extension.
Though tiled, all our orangery roofs can be neatly retro-fitted onto any existing Edwardian style extension, including that of new builds. Their multi-layered construction easily results in U-values that far exceed the Building Regulation minimum, with large influxes of natural light always filling the space to result in an attractive illuminating effect. With a flat roof orangery, the line between inside/outside and property/extension are successfully blurred simultaneously.
Weather-resistant style and efficiency for new and old orangeries. Whether intended for a new-build conservatory or retrofitted onto an existing structure, SupaLite’s flat roof system is set to spoil any property with contemporary style and unparalleled performance. In either a Tapco slate or extra-light tile capacity, A-rated efficiency comes naturally thanks to multi-layered construction, along with a secure external style that is wholly resistant to the elements.
The system’s lightweight aluminium core means that it’s relatively easy for the SupaLite roof to accommodate subtle extras like fascia detailing and SIP style panels, all of which comes together to create an industry-leading product. Not only will your conservatory be transformed to more that of an orangery, but also far better protected against extreme weather conditions compared to the previous pitched roof.
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