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The classic Guardian Conservatory Roof shape. Together with attractive roof windows, the Edwardian Guardian Conservatory Roof is the traditional and classical look with fantastic styling and convenience the Edwardian design also helps to maximise the room space below.
The Victorian Guardian Conservatory roof offers contemporary styling for your home and gives you more options in relation to door positions.The roof is a 3-facet design and gives an attractive alternative to the Edwardian style.
The Guardian Lean-To is ideal to maximise space at the back of the house. The ends can either have one or to hips (slopes). It is ideal for kitchen extensions and can go as low as 15 Degrees with roof windows.
The Guardian Porch take a look at the stylish and bright new look, by adding a porch to the front of your home. Take full advantage that you will receive with the added security and value to your home.
A gable roof maximizes height available with a ridge running the depth of the roof conservatory. A glass gable frame to the front ensures a classic look with a maximum amount of natural light available through the front.
The combination or P-shape roof mixes a variety of the above styles to create a unique footprint. Internally the combination conservatory can be used in a variety of ways. It is possible split the use, maybe dining on half and lounge in another?
Metrotile is still the only lightweight steel roofing manufacturer that is able to offer a 40 year guarantee on all of our profiles. Crafted to the highest standard under meticulous conditions, each Metrotile is forged from drawing quality 3 steel, the highest steel grade available in our industry.
The New Esprit Shingle is the latest roof tile innovation for Metrotile Lightweight Roofing. The sleek and modern design is based around geometric precision and straight grooves, with a textured-finished tile which captures the subtle look and charm of low-profile traditional tiles and slates.
Made from recycled products, Iko slate is the only lightweight slate tile approved for use with the Guardian roof. IKOslate is a composite roof tile manufactured from mineral reinforced 99% recycled and re-engineered materials. Its unique structure gives it superior strength and makes it easier to handle and install. IKOslate has the same aesthetic qualities as slate because moulds of quarried slates are used to form the composite tiles. Each mould imparts different textures and patterns to the tile and its natural look is enhanced by a realistic “slate grey” finish. Ikoslate is fire rated and certified against wind and wind driven rain to over 110mph.
FT centre pivot windows are the most popular type of FAKRO roof window. The well-designed centre pivot allows the sash to be opened in a range of positions, thus increasing the amount of fresh air which can be drawn into the room. The sash can also be rotated through 180° and locked, allowing easy and safe cleaning of the outer pane to be carried out. Such pivot windows are operated using a two-part hinge.
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A Tie Wire Guardian conservatory roof is far less reliant on additional structural aids unlike a traditional conservatory roof. The structural waterproof ‘deck’ acts like a ‘top hat’ preventing the roof from spreading. As such the roof system is much less relliant on old fashioned tie bars. Where these are nessessary, Countryview has worked closely with Tie Wire, an alternative system using a single 6mm stainless steel cable. The tie Wire is modern, sleek and unobtrusive