Composite Tiled Conservatory Roofs & Guardian Warm Roof | Call 01925 485156

Styles & options to suit any home & compatible with any conservatory roof style. From Edwardian, to Victorian and from Double hipped to Gable Ended.

Are you looking for other options other than a traditional polycarb or glass panel conservatory roof? If so, Latchford Village Windows are here to help!

Would you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions about your Conservatory?

• Is it too hot in the summer? • Too cold in the winter? • Does it waste valuable living space? • Too bright to comfortably watch TV? • Is it very noisy when it rains?

A tiled conservatory roof allows you to have an extension to your living space that you can use comfortably all year round. Converting your existing conservatory roof to a lightweight solid roof will give you a more usable living space, which will have all the benefits and ideals of a regular conservatory, with the added advantage of a roof that is not affected by external weather conditions such as rain, hale or bright sunlight.

Installing a tiled conservatory roof offers you many benefits, including…
• Zero external maintenance • Choice of colours & finishes • Make better use of your living space • Energy efficient, reduce fuel costs • Quiet & secure • No rain roar • Warm in the Winter • Cool in the Summer • Lower heating costs
• Attractive styling inside & out

We are pleased to offer our customers 2 options –

OPTION 1.
KEEP YOUR EXISTING CONSERVATORY ROOFING SYSTEM and convert you current glass or polycarbonate roof into a insulated conservatory roof finished externally with Tapco composite lightweight tiles (each weighing just 700grams) and a plastered internal ceiling

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OPTION 2.
Replace your existing conservatory roof with a Guardian Warm Roof . A BRAND NEW INSULATED ROOFING SYSTEM with a U Value or 0.18, finished with Tapco composite tiled externally and a plastered internal ceiling.

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You have a choice of styles & colours

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BRICK RED

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CHESTNUT

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PEWTER GREY

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STONE BLACK

We use Tapco composite roof slates which are manufactured from a recyclable blend of slate and polypropylene.

Tapco tiles offer the authentic natural look of traditional slate roofs but with no risk of shattering, fading, warping or cracking.

The roof slates are available in many styles and colours to suit your home and match to your existing roof colour

The plastered internal finish can be complimented with your lighting preference or even a roof light…the choice is yours.

View or download our Tiled Conservatory Roofs product brochure

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Tiled Conservatory Roofs | Composite Tile Conservatory Roof | Warrington, Cheshire

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OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ITS BEST
  • “Your fitting team did an EXCELLENT job of the windows and doors – despite the house not being the most ‘square’, or easy to work with. They were polite, professional, and left so little mess, all I’ve had to do is go round with the hoover and mop the floors! Thank you for carrying out the work to such a high standard – I love the new doors and windows. Excellent value for money.” –Dr Fitzpatrick, Slater St. Latchford

  • “When considering new double glazing at our newly acquired home we decided to use a local company because we felt it would be better than dealing with one of the faceless national organisations. We found the estimate was competitive, there were no gimmicks and no pressure was placed upon us to sign up for the work. The operatives who installed the window were highly efficient, courteous and left everything spotless. We have no hesitation in recommending Latchford Village Windows and have already asked the company to do more work on our behalf.” –Geoff and Barbara Green, 4 Stonehill Close, Appleton, Warrington

  • “We would like to thank you for your work, the conservatory is a joy to behold and we look forward to reaping the benefits of your hard work”. –D Broadhurst, Marcross Close, Callands, Warrington