Conservatory roofs, supplied by Coastline Windows, are built to last.
When you think about what a conservatory roof has to deal with, you realise why they NEED to be tough.
Over an average 25 years, a conservatory roof may need to withstand:
- 15,300mm of rainwater
- 450 days of falling snow
- 57 days of hail
- 9,125 days of temperatures ranging from -15 degrees C to +35 degrees C
We fit Ultraframe conservatory roofs which set the standards for the whole industry for strength and safety.
Ultraframe roofs were the first in the conservatory industry to meet the exacting standards of the Government-sponsored test agency, the BBA, and win their approval.
They are low-maintenance, thanks to the latest developments in construction techniques and technological advances in the materials we use.
The specially-designed components of our Ultraframe conservatory roofs ensure that you stay snug and dry inside your beautiful conservatory without the nuisance of leaks and draughts.
Ultraframe’s patented ridge and eavesbeam provides excellent all-year round ventilation so there is minimal chance of condensation forming – but, at the same time, highest standards of security are maintained.
Regardless of which conservatory design you choose you can rest easy with the assurance that Ultraframe conservatory roofs, fitted by Coastline’s expert installers, are designed to comply with all relevant British Standards and Codes of Practice.
Ultraframe is the only conservatory roof system manufacturer to be awarded the ISO 9000 for design, manufacture and supply.
The guttering fitted to your new conservatory roof will meet Coastline’s usual high standards. Extra wide box gutters can provide high drainage capacity and also allow easy access for professional conservatory cleaning.
Double glazing units in the conservatory roofs meet special standards designated for this purpose ensuring that they are strong and shatterproof.