Our Solidroof system is the most configurable and structurally robust, insulated and tiled roof in the UK market.
Suitable for a wide range of conservatory builds, replacements and refurbishment projects, our Solidroof is the only true ‘warm roof’ construction design in the solid, tiled roofing sector.
The Solidroof is a tiled roof system, acheiving the cosmetic appearance of a traditional extension whilst having the advantages of modern technology to have a light weight an fully insulated system that surpasses the current Building regulations.
SOLID roof extensions can be used as a:
Essentially, a Solidroof extension can be anything to suit your needs.
A Solidroof Extension brings a number of benefits to your home and property.
The first being the extra space with easy access to the garden which can have many uses.
Consequently, building an extension is a home improvement that will increase its value. As a result, if you’re thinking of selling your home and want to increase the asking price, a Solid roof extension will be a very profitable investment.
To find out more about how we can help you increase the value of your house by building a garden room extension as well as making it more enjoyable for you and your family, get in touch with our friendly team, or visit our Solihull showroom.
As an extension of your home or business, a SOLIDroof extension is very similar in appearance to a conservatory, although most often glazed in the glass with a solid tiled roof.
A conservatory traditionally is almost entirely made of glass meaning maximum light and a more cost effecive option, this is utilised as an occasional room throughout the year.
A Solidroof extension can be designed to maximise light with unique glazing panels and the frame design to be entirely glass if required, the benefit over a conservatory is the patented SOLIDroof ensuring a roof that is compliant with current building regs and is built off site ready for a quick instllation at your home.
This type of extension will ensure a room used all year round and will be sold as a stunning additional space on your home – giving you more space and enabling you and your family to spend more time enjoying your garden.
Self-employed or work from home, but don’t have room for an office in your house? A garden room extension could be the answer. Design your extension with an office-based theme in mind. Imagine working away with the ever-changing seasonal views of the garden to brighten up your day.
Another SOLIDroof extension idea is to create it as a dining room. Host dinner parties out in your sunroom with a dining room style table and chairs, allowing you to really make the most of your land. Of course, if the weather is chilly, ensure heaters are used to keep guests toasty and warm!
Alternatively, you can use your extension for a reading room. Let light flood into your sunroom and surround yourself among bookshelves piled high with your favourite tales. What better way to enjoy getting your teeth into a good novel than in the fresh air in the back garden?
As a separate structure, a Garden Room extension can look like a modern shed depending on the design. As a study, a studio space or just space where you can go and get away from everyone, a Garden Room at the end of your garden is just perfect. Protected from the elements and allowing pools of natural light, a Garden Room can constitute a private and peaceful room, ideal for working or relaxing.