Replacing a polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof with an Icotherm Solid Roof can be done in as little as one day in seven simple steps.
“Seventy percent of an Icotherm Solid Conservatory Roof is pre-assembled in our factory so there’s far less work to do on site,” says Dave Jackson, the brains behind Icotherm Solid Roof.
,em>“Icotherm is constructed of special pods similar to structural insulated panels (SIPs) used in modular home building. The insulation is made to measure in the factory. The pod system is simple to put together and allows installers to easily adjust the roof onsite if needed. Icotherm suits all conservatory styles and is a high-performance method of replacing or building conservatory roofs.”
An Icotherm Solid Roof is installed in seven easy steps:
Step one — Icotherm delivers pre-assembled roof pods direct to site
Step two — Remove the old conservatory roof
Step three — Fix the pre-cut angled beam around the top of the windows and the central roof spine
Step four — Install the pods in place
Step five — Fix eaves guard around the perimeter and cover the pods with the breather membrane – at this point it’s watertight
Step six — Attach the lightweight tiles
Step seven — Stand back and admire your fast work
Icotherm Solid Roofs are delivered with very few components and the pods are numbered for a straightforward installation. The roof doesn’t require any special tools and can be installed using what you’d find in any window installer’s tool box.