The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs.

More and more we have customers ask us "what do your customers do to finish the internal look of their conservatory?" 

 

Below you will see some images from our customers and what they have done to complete to renovation of their conservatory roofs. 

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The above images are a tongue and groove option. Finished with lighting.

 

Other customers have applied ply wood with insulation. 

 

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The above image has used a panel finish with spot lights.

THERE ARE MANY OPTIONS YOU CAN USE AND IF YOU HAVE ANY THAT YOU THINK WOULD BE HELPFUL TO OTHER CUSTOMERS WE WOULD BE MOST GRATEFUL FOR THESE IMAGES OR TIPS :) 

Here are a few images recently sent in to us by our latest approved installer to show us how he finished the inside of look of the conservatory roof he worked on. 

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

As you can see from the below images the little spot lights inside the conservatory really complete the finished internal look. It makes it more modern. And still you have got natural lighting coming into your conservatory. So, when the sun is shining you can still sit in your conservatory and enjoy the sunshine without the sun blinding you. 

There are a variety of ways you can complete the internal look of your conservatory.

Below, are a couple more images where our approved installer has insulated the inside of the conservatory and then plastered over the top of the insulation fixing the plaster to the battens and then you can give it a coat of paint. They have then has used little spot lights to complete the look.

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

The finished internal look for LightWeight Tiles conservatory roofs

This old building in our garden is known to us as the Ranch House. It is known to be at least 75 years old and may well be more. The roof in particular was falling apart, it was covered in corrugated bitumen sheeting which was well past its used by date. We had two choices; demolish it or renovate it. We decided to renovate but felt that it deserved something better than corrugated sheeting on the roof. This was why we selected Lightweight Tiles after several email exchanges with Laura and Susan plus going to meet Laura at the Renovation Show in Birmingham.

The hard part was completely rebuilding the roof structure as we decided to change the pitch of the roof. Fitting the tiles was easy. Two of us fitted 70 tiles on the long side in 5 hours which included a leisurely lunch and several cups of tea. I fitted the remaining 30 on the other side on my own in about the same time. I have one tip though, it is worth drilling a small pilot hole for each screw, you can then fit the screws much more neatly.

We are very pleased with the transformation, I keep going down the garden to look at it!

- Bob S , Cheltenham

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