TILES & OPTIONAL EXTRAS
Conservatory4you offers a wide range of tiles so you can find the perfect match for your home.
TapcoSlate – is the perfect modern alternative to natural slate. The tiles are lightweight, available in 6 different colours, maintenance free, fire resistant, do not crack or curl, and are UV stable, which means that they retain their colour for many years. They are suitable on pitches as low as 14.5 degrees, comply with building standards, have BBA certificates and have a 40-year service life. They are a popular choice for people who want to revitalize their existing conservatory.
Britmet tiles – manufactured in the UK, available in 6 profiles with 6 colour finishes to choose from, they are extremely lightweight, maintenance free, fire resistant, do not lose their colour after years, and can be used on slopes from 5° to 90°. They comply with building standards, have a 40 year BBA-supported warranty, an amazing look, great durability – they are tested for durability in the most extreme weather conditions.
SlateSkin – is a sheet tiling system that allows to fit a realistic slate-effect, and it is fully water resistant, superbly strong and highly durable. SlateSkin comes with a 25-year product integrity guarantee. Lightweight construction allows be used on slopes from 5° to 35°.
Create a look that you’ll love with our optional extras:
Skylights – any loss of light can be easily replaced by adding one or more skylights. Natural daylight has a dynamic and changeable character, so it can liven up a room in a way that would be impossible with a regular lamp. In rooms with roof skylights, you can always enjoy the natural light that changes according to the season and the day. We offer fixed, openable as well as electric skylights with remote control and rain sensor, available in different sizes to your liking .
LED lighting – a very popular lighting element due to its durability, energy efficiency and aesthetics. Investment in modern energy-efficient LED lighting is a step towards a significant reduction of costs associated with electricity consumption. It can be used to illuminate and decorate modern interiors, in which minimalism and usability are focused on, as well as classic and richly decorated interiors.