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Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

Flat to Pitched roof.

WE LOVE RECEIVING FEEDBACK FROM OUR CUSTOMERS. 

Below, is a case study from one of our customers who recently purchased our Terracotta Red Tiles for a Lean-To conservatory. We offer our granulated tiles in five different colours and offer three ranges of smooth tiles also known as our budget tiles due to the cheaper price tag. These can be found on our website also.

The customer 'JS' used our tiles to transform one of his customers lean to conservatories from a flat roof to a pitched roof. 

HERE IS WHAT THE CUSTOMER JS SAID ABOUT THE PROCESS. 

 

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

 

 

We have been lucky enough to receive some before and after images of this roof transformation. 

Before 

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

as you can see the lean to conservatory roof has a low pitch, our recommended minimum pitch is 10 degrees. So, after speaking with this customer he wanted to go ahead with our lightweight roofing system so came up with the idea of raising the pitch to the recommended 10 degrees 

After 

 

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

Flat to Pitched roof using LightWeight Tiles

This customer used our granulated terracotta red tiles.

Our lightweight tiles have been used to a lower pitch of 7 degrees however, our 25 year guarantee will not be valid for anything below the recommended pitch. Our director has used our tiles on his lean to conservatory at his home and is happy with the rainfall flow of them. He has not had any complaints with the shallow pitch.  

 

The directors lean to conservatory with the shallow pitch can be seen under the ‘first application of our opaque tiles’ blog on our website.

How amazing does this Lean-to conservatory look with our LightWeight Roofing System? 

If you require any more advice on the pitch of your conservatory roof, please don’t hesitate to contact us, we are more than happy to assist you with any queries you may come across.

Alternatively, more information can be found on our website www.lightweighttiles.co.uk

Hi, if anyone is in any doubt about this product, please don't be. The tiles and associated finishing components we ordered to finish a new oak porch. They were delivered on time and were exactly what we were looking for. Big thanks to the team at Lightweight Tiles for all their valued assistance and tech advice.

- T. Franklin , Boston Area, Lincs

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