Ceiling Insulation uPVC Finish

If you are thinking of insulating your conservatory roof to ensure a more comfortable temperature all year round, you need to decide how to finish it. There are two options: uPVC Cladding or Plaster.

As demonstrated by the image, uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) is a hard vinyl material that runs in slats as a cladding. Once the new ceiling is fixed into place, holes can be drilled for light fixtures. uPVC is virtually maintenance free and can be cleaned simply with a damp cloth.

Conservatory Ceiling Insulation

Our 19 layer insulation that will line your conservatory roof has two distinct uses... it insulates the ceiling during the winter and reflects direct sunlight during summertime. This creates a constant comfortable temperature all year around.

Find out more about an insulated conservatory ceiling.





Our Insulation Process...

Step One

Your existing greenhouse conservatory is checked for problems. We fix any leaks or problems before installing your insulation.

Step Two

The sub-frame, made of treated timber, is installed on the underside of any existing roof beams. We ensure a perfectly finished job by cutting all joists to size carefully.

Step Three

The insulation, which is made up of 19 layers, is installed covering the ceiling. Our insulation is fully certified as fire retardant and is also compliant with current building regulations.

Step Four

We now fit a second sub-frame ready for the new ceiling. This will support either the uPVC cladding or plasterboard to be used to finish the ceiling.

Step Five

Using uPVC cladding or Plaster, we will create a new ceiling that follows the existing shape and design of your existing conservatory roof.