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Whalley Home Improvements are proud installers of the high quality Livinroof system. A solid conservatory roof variant, they provide a range of practical benefits for homeowners across Clitheroe. All the while, the Livinroof is stunning aesthetically, aiding the visual appeal of all styles of conservatories that we offer homeowners across the Lancashire area.
As a solid alternative, the Livinroof delivers many of the same benefits as our tiled conservatory roofs. They allow for better privacy and home security standards, while full length glazed panels or roof windows ensure the extensions retain their light and airy feel. Despite all this, the Livinroof is easy to install thanks to the patented Speedlock system and lightweight design.
The Livinroof has been fully fire tested, both as a complete system and with the individual components. It achieves a B-roof rating according to EN13501-5:2016. Meanwhile, it is a versatile system and can be designed in a range of pitches, including as low as just five degrees. Doing this allows these solid conservatory roofs to work with every style, including slanted lean to’s.
The Livinroof can be installed alongside both with new conservatories and existing builds. Replacing an outdated roof with our solid variant will drastically improve its overall performance, while also aiding aesthetics and kerb appeal. There’s no better company to choose for your conservatory renovations than Whalley Home Improvements.
As a solid conservatory roof, the Livinroof offers superb heat retention and energy efficiency during winter. The enhanced thermal performance can achieve U-values as low as just 0.16W/m2K.
As an Ultraframe product, you’re getting quality assured with the Livinroof. These solid conservatory roofs will perform to a factory fresh standard for the decades to come, as the nation's preferred solid roof option.
The Livinroof is easily customisable to your tastes. Choose the location of glazed panels, the colour of the roofline and add any decorative enhancements including cornices and internal pelmets.
The Livinroof is incredibly durable and sturdy thanks to NASA satellite postcode engineering. You won’t be compromising on your home security or durability by investing in a solid roofed conservatory with us.
If you’re looking for a new conservatory quote, use our online quoting engine today. You can get a price for any of our conservatories with a Livinroof. With no hidden fees, you can be assured that the price you receive online will be accurate to what you eventually pay.
For replacement conservatory roof enquiries, please contact us directly. You can leave your details on our online form or can call immediately on 01254 824179. We can answer any questions you may have about the Livinroof and will provide a price for our services.
While the Livinroof is a stunning and versatile product, we still offer two alternatives to cover all tastes and budgets. We offer glass conservatory roofs fitted with performance glazing and also install tiled conservatory roofs designed for older properties. If you’re instead having an orangery or house extension fitted, you can reap the rewards of our stunning roof lanterns or flat rooflights.
The Livinroof can often, but not always, come out more expensive than a glazed conservatory roof. Despite this, we pride ourselves on being competitively priced with our costs correlating with the quality of the product you’ll be having installed. Offering an average Livinroof price is hard, as the overall cost is significantly affected by variables including size and visual enhancements. If you’d like to get an estimated solid conservatory roof price, use our online quoting engine or contact us.
The Livinroof is compatible will all five different conservatory styles that we install across Lancashire. With this, you can have one fitted with a Victorian, Edwardian, lean-to, gable-end or bespoke build. What’s more, they can also be fitted with solid roof house extensions.
Conservatories are considered permitted developments. With this, they are granted planning permission as standard, on the assumption they are within the latest dimension parameters. However, if you’re keen on having one fitted to an older property, you may to check that you’re allowed to renovate your home.