Although Livinroof and Ultraroof are solid roofs, their designs differ slightly. Both provide superb levels of thermal performance and block out unwanted noise, while also letting in plenty of light. The Livinroof and Ultraroof will enhance your home by communicating outstanding visuals – inside and outside.
SOLID ROOF BUILDING REGULATIONS
If you’re looking for a solid roof replacement, you’ll need to check that your proposed system meets Building Regulations. Our Ultraroof and Livinroof fall into the solid roof category, as they are not heavily glazed like normal conservatory roofs.
Your Ultra Installer will help with your design – and liaise with your local authority or other relevant body – to get Building Regulations approval.
A solid roof will provide you with a comfortable space that’s like an extension of your home and act as long-term investment. Find your nearest approved Ultra Installer by using our search tool and get advice about your proposed design.
LIVINROOF: CONTROL WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS
The Livinroof is a hybridised design that allows glass panels of any shape to be inserted into its framework, which means you’ll be able to focus the light where it’s needed. The internal ceiling pelmet included in this design can be vaulted or suspended – depending on what effect you want to achieve.
ULTRAROOF: FULL HEIGHT GLAZING OR WINDOWS
The Ultraroof is a lightweight replacement conservatory solid roof. It can include glazed panels or Velux windows. When you choose this system, you’ll benefit from a plastered vaulted ceiling that will create a ‘real room’ feel. The Ultraroof can be customised using coloured fascias and modern or traditional tile capping.