From the choice of roofing products that are available on the market, most conservatory owners choose Multiwall Polycarbonate.
The benefits of making multiwall polycarbonate your first choice when it comes to plastic roofing sheets are many:
- A choice of thicknesses – available in 10mm twinwall, 16mm triplewall and 25mm sixwall.
- Colour choice – don’t limit yourself just to clear sheets. We also offer bronze and opal sheets to add a touch if distinction and individuality to your roofing project.
- Polycarbonate roofing sheets are lightweight and tough – almost 200 times the impact strength of glass, they’re long-lasting, safe to use, and secure when fitted.
- Heat retention and lower bills – polycarbonate roofing products add insulation, reduce condensation and diffuse light into the room, helping to create a relaxing and calming atmosphere.
We have a wide range of sheet sizes to choose from, with widths of up to 2100mm and lengths of up to 6000mm.
We also stock a range of glazing bars for all our plastic roofing sheets. Our all-aluminium Standard Glazing Bar system includes both the Self-Supporting Bar (for spans up to 3000mm) and the Purlin Bar (spans up to 1500mm). Or there is the Economy Rafter Glazing Bar system, where the bar must be supported by timber joists along its whole length, but the cost is low and the fitting simple. All glazing bars come with end cap, mounting plate (where needed), rubber gaskets, fitting instructions & all necessary screws & fittings. We also offer a sturdy Aluminium Wall Plate to act as variable-pitch top support for Purlin or Self-Supporting Bars.
Roof ventilation is essential in conservatories, and we have a choice of an aluminium Roof Hatch, in kit form but easily put together, and the deluxe PVCu Roof Vent, supplied fully assembled and ready to install. Both versions are suitable for either 10mm Twinwall or 16mm Triplewall Polycarbonate and can be fitted to new or existing roofs. Sun shading is another must for your conservatory. Sun Shade Film is self-adhesive and cannot be removed once installed, but it can be fitted to the outside of both polycarbonate and glass roofs, and glass windows. Sun Shade Vinyl utilises the famous "static hold" principle (a bit like thick cling film) so it is rather easier to fit, and can be removed and re-used later. The vinyl should be used on the inside of polycarbonate roofing, but outside on glass, especially sealed units.