Friday 13th June, 2014
Adding a conservatory to your home is a relatively quick and inexpensive way to extend your living area and let more light in. But traditional conservatories tend to become freezing cold in the winter, rendering them unusable, while in sunny weather the glass roof is like a magnifying glass on the back of your head.
The Livinroof offers an all-weather option. It is a solid roof with glass panelling, so you get all the benefit of the light, without losing heat.
How does it work?
The Livinroof combines traditional conservatory glazing with thermally efficient solid roofing. We use insulated panels and Kingspan insulation to allow the roof to lock in solar heat, making it suitable for use all year round.
How is it installed?
Ultraframe’s Livinroof has been designed for quick and easy installation. Our engineers can assemble the roof and make it watertight in just a couple of hours. The entire project will be finished within two days, ensuring minimal disruption to your home life.
What does it look like?
How your Livinroof looks is entirely up to you. We offer a bespoke service where you can choose exactly how many glass panels you want to include in your conservatory roof, and how the ceiling will appear on the inside. Smaller spaces may benefit from just one or two glass roof panels, while larger conservatory rooms may prefer alternate glass and solid panels, for a more dramatic look. You are not limited to rectangular glass panels either – one of the many benefits of the Livinroof design is that it can accommodate any shape and style you can think of.
Inside the room, you can choose to have a vaulted ceiling or a suspended ceiling. This makes the most of the domed space within the roof, and also provides a solid pelmet which can contain lights.
Is it energy efficient?
Due to the design of the Livinroof, it will conserve heat and light for far longer than most other conservatory designs. Not only that, but by making your conservatory more user friendly you are reducing the formerly wasted space that was in your home.