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British Manufacturer and British Profiles

Being a British manufacturer, we ensure that our range of lightweight roof tiles are all designed to suit the popular traditional roofing materials commonly used throughout Great Britain. As a result, homeowners across the country who are suffering with baking hot conditions in the summer and freezing cold environments in the winter can now have a usable room which they can enjoy all year round on the inside, whilst matching in to their existing home and that of the surrounding area.

 

When you make the decision to convert your conservatory roof into an insulated warm roof the outside appearance should be just as an important decision as the interior. Don’t settle for less and let us here at Britmet help you choose the best profile for you. Whether you have slates or flat concrete tiles to small plain tiles or profiled concrete tiles such as double romans we have the profiles to match and a range of colours to choose from that we are confident once the product is installed you wouldn’t notice the difference.

 

 

Lightweight

Weight is a crucial factor to consider when converting your conservatory into a tiled roof. Conservatories are typically not designed to take the weight of traditional roof tiles and therefor require a specialist lightweight roof tile.

 

Our lightweight roof tiles weigh as little as 7kgm2 making them lighter than glass and even some polycarbonate roof sheets.

 

Low Pitch

Most systems currently on the market are restricted to 15 degrees, at Britmet we have tile effect panels and sheets that can go as low as 5 degrees. This is perfect for any low pitch conservatory roofs, lean to roofs and any project where there are height restrictions such as windows or external pipes. See below we have listed our products and the pitch they can achieve to help you make the right choice for your conservatory roof project.

 

Pantile 2000 – low pitch – 5 degrees

Villatile – low pitch – 10 degrees

Ultratile – low pitch – 10 degrees

Profile 49 – low pitch – 10 degrees

Slate 2000 – low pitch – 12 degrees

Plaintile – low pitch – 15 degrees

 

40 year BBA back guarantee and maintenance free

We know that time is more important now than ever before, that’s why we have developed and perfected our lightweight and low pitch roof systems to be virtually maintenance free over its entire life expectancy of 60 years, with a hugely impressive 40 year weather proof guarantee. This means you can spend your time on things that matter to you the most and not having to worry about your new conservatory roof for years to come.

 

 

The benefits of using Britmet Tileform for your conservatory roof are:

 

40 year BBA backed guarantee

British profiles to match your home and the surrounding area – beautiful aesthetics

Lightweight – from 7kgm2 – reduces strain on the structure

Low pitch – as low as 5 degrees

Maintenance free

Fast installation – 10x faster than traditional material

Easily compatible with Velux windows and similar

Secure against vandalism and foot traffic

Manufacturing specialist lightweight roofing systems for over 40 years

Building regs approval

DIY friendly if you wish to undertake the project yourself

Expert technical advice always on hand

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