Force 8 Demonstrate Roof Construction Quality With Full-Scale Model
Released on: November 17, 2011, 4:25 am
Ever wondered if your conservatory roof has been constructed
correctly or if it’s been built to last? Specialist roofing company
Force 8 has constructed a full scale roof model in its Altrincham
showroom so you can examine up close the sections and intricacies
involved – and check for yourself if your roof is fit to weather the
Plus, if you do find you need help or advice, the team at Force 8 can provide the
perfect solution to suit your individual needs and budget. As the roof is the part
of the conservatory most exposed to the elements, it is most likely to deteriorate
first. So having a new conservatory roof fitted or just replacing old conservatory
panels can make a dramatic difference to your home, safety and comfort.
Touch of glass
Glass conservatories are most people’s preference as they provide clearer views than
using alternative materials, and self-cleaning glass is ideal for those hard to
reach places that need cleaning regularly. For new glass conservatory roofs Force 8
uses energy efficient glass from leading manufacturers Pilkington. And Pilkington
Active Blue provides improved solar control and is more energy efficient.
At Force 8, however, new conservatory roofs are
available in both glass and polycarbonate. And new polycarbonate roofs with
multi-chambered polycarbonate can give u-value as low as 0.5 w/(m²-k) and are
available in a range of colours and depths.
Whether you want to replace conservatory panels, just the components, or maybe you’d
like a bespoke roof designed to fit your conservatory precisely, Force 8 can
accommodate all your requirements. Plus, all its bespoke conservatory roofs are
produced by leading conservatory roof manufacturers Ultraframe, so quality is
Force 8 specialise in conservatories and a wide range of doors such as composite
doors, fire doors, stable doors and arched doors. Get in touch today for more details.
For further information contact Force 8 on:
Tel: 0161 483 1997
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