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Mr Monks LightWeight Tiles case study

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Mr Monks LightWeight Tiles case study. My experience on using LightWeight Tiles plastic lightweight roofing system for my conservatory roof. 

Mr Monks LightWeight Tiles case study

Mr Monks LightWeight Tiles case study

Here is what mr monk had to say about our lightweight roofing system.

The conservatory internally was just ship lapped, nothing else in between the polycarb, which were attached to the existing conservatory frame with self-drilling screws.

All the old Polly carb roof is still in place as is a pair of scissors I used to cut the insulation. Dropped them and couldn't find them. I wasn't going to remove all the insulation just to find them. Lol

Also in all it took 6 days to complete and all the work I did on my own

Thank for all your help. We are really pleased with the outcome. Just can't wait for winter now when we can still use it.

4 weeks on.. The conservatory has been used constantly even in this heatwave.. something we wouldn't be able to do before, other than cook bread..

The conservatory has been the best place to watch the world cup (the roof has been a game changer. Lol) 

Regards 

Rick 

Mr Monks LightWeight Tiles case study

Check out more of of our customer testimonials here.

I had to increase the pitch as it was insufficient for water to run off of the tiles, I built a rise of additional 15 degrees onto the small pitch already on the triple walled roof. This was taking the front edge to rise to 200mm at the back, then flasbanded and bonded to the roof tile. The customer found that the conservatory wasn't useful to them before and this has made it into a additional room, with a bed settee as a guest room. The customer was absolutely thrilled with the transformation, and I was pleased with a trouble free installation.

- Mr Sharp , Morecambe

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