Polycarbonate Conservatory Roofs        Simple and elegant

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42 Newby Road Industrial Estate
Stockport
SK7 5DA

Polycarbonate Conservatory Roofs

Extending your living space for occasional use doesn’t have to cost a fortune. A conservatory with a polycarbonate roof is a cost-effective way of adding to your home whilst enjoying natural light. A polycarbonate roof is incredibly lightweight, durable and helps your conservatory retain warmth thanks to a series of insulating chambers. Couple this with a reflective heat guard property, and you new living space is complete.

Features and Benefits

Benefits of installing our high quality polycarbonate roofs include:

Quick, simple installation

Suitable as a replacement roof or as part of a new conservatory

Compatible with most uPVC windows

Latest technology for quality and performance

Available in a range of colours, including oak and rosewood

Cost-effective and durable

GALLERY OF CONSERVATORIES BY ALEXANDER WINDOWS

Our polycarbonate conservatory roofs are made-to-measure. Popular designs include:

  • Victorian
  • Edwardian
  • P-shaped
  • Mediterranean
  • Lean-to
  • Bespoke conservatories
  • Porches
  • Orangeries
  • Gable ended

Choosing Your Polycarbonate Roof

Polycarbonate roofs are available in a range of colours and thicknesses. The sheets of polycarbonate are typically 25mm or 35mm in thickness, with a colour choice of clear, bronze, opal, bronze/opal and solarguard. Our Opal roof gives a bright internal appearance even on a dull day, reduces solar heat gain and provides privacy. Solarguard limits the potential for heat build-up within the conservatory, whilst allowing light to enter the roof, deflecting solar radiation and reducing solar heat gain by up to 50% when compared with conventional polycarbonates.

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My conservatory roof was installed quickly and to a very high standard. I’m very impressed.
Mr Weston, Heaviley

To discuss your conservatory ideas, call us on  0800 954 2500

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