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Tapco Slate

Whether you have a conservatory, modern house or a listed building, TapcoSlate Classic adds splendour, elegance and tradition to your home. It is authentically shaped with textured surfaces and riven edges moulded from authentic slates that make TapcoSlate Classic almost indistinguishable from natural slate – yet it has an even more refined appearance


A Sunroom is a cost effective way to add virtually maintenance-free space to your home, without the expense of building an extension. The Sunroom differs from other styles of conservatory in that it has a traditional tiled or slate roof. This means they exhibit excellent thermal qualities – protecting you against the sun during the summer and retaining heat in winter.

Insulated Conservatory Roofs

A conservatory is often the most underused room in the home. Conservatories can become very warm in the summer and very cold during the winter months. In many homes, this prevents proper use of the conservatory for most of the year and they become a dumping ground or are only used for part of the year – sound familiar?

refurbished conservatory roof

Utilizes your existing framework! – unlike most of our competitors, we realize a lot of conservatory roofs, although inefficient, are structurally in excellent condition and sufficiently robust to incorporate our specialist refurbished system. Using the lightest of insulation, tiling or all-weather finishes, this is a very popular option, that when complete looks like a full replacement but at a lower cost.

GRP Fibreglass Roofs

Glass Reinforced Plastic, also known as GRP, is a strong, lightweight, corrosion and temperature resistant material. It is easily molded for complex shapes and structures. It can be also extremely cost effective compared to traditional building materials. GRP consists of thermosetting resins and glass fibers which when bonded together result in a solid fiberglass material.