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Frequently Asked Questions

Eco Warm Roof FAQ's

100% recycled P.E. Resins with additives, colouring, and UV Inhibitors.
The Eco Slates are extremely lightweight in comparison with most other options. On average a square metre will weigh less than 12kg.
The slates have been tested in winds up to 110mph and therefore the wind causes noproblem.

Over the 50 year warranty expect a variable colour change; however the UV Inhibitors ensure theyare extremely fade resistant.

No, the slates have UV Inhibitors built in them to protect against harmful UV rays.

Yes, we always use a BBA approved breathable membrane.

Yes, we always use a BBA approved breathable membrane.

Class ‘A’ fire rating; see the specification page for full test certificates.

Class ‘A’ fire rating; see the specification page for full test certificates.

No, the slates are solid and not hollow, so the noise is kept at a minimum.

No, the slates are solid and not hollow, so the noise is kept at a minimum.

17 slates on average per square metre for a pitch of 20 degrees. 7 slates per linear metre for valleys and ridges.

The slates have a 50-year non-prorated warranty.

The Eco Slates are very flexible, therefore can be fitted to a vertical, enabling cap flashing to be dressed over it. Ensure flashing lap is sufficient for adequate weatherproofing. For pitches below 20 degrees it is highly recommended to use the Eco Slates for flashing; If not then it is imperative to ensure existing flashing is sealed to the Eco Slates.

Stunning conservatories are frequently created in the most unlikely places and a valuable extra room can be built in a previously unused part of a courtyard or garden. Filling an awkward area or dark recess with an attractive functional conservatory, no matter how small, is a great investment particularly when ground space is at a premium.

Our conservatory design consultants are experienced in obtaining approval from local planning authorities and can offer advice, at the outset, on what is likely to be permitted. We will gladly facilitate the preparation and submission of all necessary applications.

ECO GARDEN POD FAQ'S

In most cases you will not need planning permission to erect a garden room – if the eaves height is under 2.5 and it doesn’t project beyond the front wall of your house. In general, adding a stand-alone, single storey garden room to the rear or side garden is usually allowed under Permitted Development.

However, we recommend that you check the Government’s Planning Portal online before starting any work on a garden pod to ensure you comply with the rules. The planning portal refers to garden rooms as outbuildings.

The Planning Permission PDF file

Warmacool FAQ'S

No, ceiling height will remain about the same. The insulation boards are 10mm thick and lie neatly against the exterior panels, fitting perfectly. UPVc panels are also just 10mm thick. So overall there is just 20mm difference which is not noticeable.
The installation take one working if under 30sqm. If over 30sqm, then two days should be sufficient.
No, Warmacool does not need maintenance thanks to its robust, tough materials.
Yes, we provide a 10-year warranty.
The exterior of your conservatory remains unchanged.
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