Why fit an iCon Replacement Conservatory Roof?

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…here are some of the benefits…

Creates another room in your house that is usable 365 days a year! – Whatever you choose to use the room for, you gain space in your house that is useable 365 days a year (the same as any other reception room). A room that is not too hot in the summer, too cold in the winter or too noisy when it rains! An insulated room you can economically heat during the winter, keep cool in the summer and use every day whatever the weather.

Energy saving by reducing heating and cooling bills – the low u-value achieved by an iCon Roof speaks for itself as far as energy saving by insulation (from cold and heat) is concerned, with a typical polycarbonate roof providing 8x less insulation and a glass roof 6x less insulation.

Creates a room you can comfortably read, use a PC and watch TV in – the solid iCon Roof considerably reduces any glare and brightness caused by translucent roofs making the room usable for all activities.

Adds value to your property! – Traditional conservatories are not always seen as adding real value to a property because they are not a useable room all year round, whereas creating extra living space usable 365 days a year is definitely seen as adding value to a property.

Fitting an iCon Roof is a fraction of the cost of building an extension – the only other way to gain a ‘reception room’ you can use 365 days a year is to replace your conservatory with an extension. An expensive alternative.

Reduces maintenance time and cost! – Traditional polycarbonate or glass conservatory roofs have a limited life expectancy something like 10 years or less for polycarbonate and even the most expensive glass roofs can suffer rubber gasket deterioration within a similar time frame. They also require regular cleaning inside and out to keep them looking good. An iCon roof requires little or no maintenance at all, looks good all the time and comes with an insurance backed guaranteed for…… total peace of mind.

Less damage to furniture, flooring, furnishings and electrical goods! – An iCon Roof protects the contents of the room from direct sunlight (UV rays) causing bleaching/fading and also insulates the room so that a suitable temperature can be maintained all year round to prevent damage to contents caused by excessive heat, cold and dampness.

More privacy – a solid roof offers a lot more privacy as neighbours can no longer look down into the room from high adjacent windows.

Less noise – a solid insulated roof considerably reduces the noise level inside the room from rain, wind, planes and neighbours and outside from TV, music, conversation, children playing being heard by neighbours.

Still have the benefits of a conservatory! – All this and you still have the benefits of a conservatory apart from that ‘living under glass’ feeling. However, any loss of light or the feeling of being under glass can easily be replaced by the addition of one or more roof windows.

No need for expensive roof blinds – with the iCon Roof protecting the room from sunlight and glare/brightness there is no need for expensive roof blinds!

If you are serious about solving the problem and want to regain the use of your conservatory, call us today for a free, no obligation quotation on 0800 009 6247Alternatively, complete our contact form

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A note on current Building Regulations

Conservatory roof conversions now come under building regulations, so it’s imperative that customers fully understand the process and can ensure their installation complies with the legal requirements.

The good news is that iCon customers can have that peace of mind knowing their solid conservatory roof is constructed in accordance with the approved guidance to Building Regulations (revision - April 2016) which is checked on site for compliance by an LBC Building Control Surveyor and issued with a Final Certificate upon completion*
*providing no prior alterations have been made to the property without the necessary local authority consents

LBC Approval

LBC is a Corporate Approved Inspector licenced by the Construction Industry Council to give a certified Building Regulations Approval as an alternative to Local Authority Building Standards whilst maintaining the same high standards.