Leading VEKA trade fabricator Modplan have long held a reputation for manufacturing one of the most comprehensive product ranges on the market today and their conservatory roof options are no exception. For Heidi Sachs, Managing Director of Modplan the reason to offer such a broad conservatory roof range is clear. She comments: “Our customers tell us that homeowners want their conservatories to be bespoke, sophisticated spaces that have a real wow factor and for that they need choice. That’s why here at Modplan we have five different roofing options so installers can offer the right roof for the right situation and ultimately give the homeowner what they are looking for.”
The LEKA Warm Roof from Modplan is the latest addition to our roof solutions family. The LEKA Warm Roof is up to 40% lighter than other solid roofs on the market today and has a U value of just 0.15. It’s the only GRP structured, fully thermally layered roof on the market and because it has no aluminium or wood, there is no cold bridging or condensation.
Our popular Vertex conservatory roof system is available in solid roof, glass and polycarbonate options and is perfect for both retro-fit projects and new build. It’s been part of the Modplan portfolio for many years because it gives installers everything they need from a conservatory roof system including total flexibility.
For installers looking for a ‘traditional’ glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof, Wendland is a highly configurable roofing system that can be used on all Modplan’s conservatories. It’s a BBA-approved system that has an array of design options that can be used to enhance all conservatory designs.
LivinRoom and Loggia is a contemporary take on the traditional orangery. At its heart it is a classic conservatory roof system, but the addition of an internal engineered steel frame that is plastered to give a perimeter ceiling creates the sophisticated feel that today’s consumer often demands.
For new build extensions, orangeries or existing flat roofed rooms, Ultrasky is a skylight that reduces the need for a chunky roof ridge. It’s incredibly thermally efficient too: the typical U value with 1.1 glass for a 1000mm wide x 2000mm long rooflight is 1.4 W/m2K.
Like all Modplan’s products, the company’s conservatory roofs are manufactured in dedicated facilities at its headquarters near Newport, Gwent. The company offers exceptional sales, marketing and service support to enable installers to make the most of the opportunities on the market. So if you want to grow your conservatory sales, think about how the roofs can make the difference and how Modplan’s can make it happen.
Modplan manufactures and provides a comprehensive range of products that includes Matrix 58, Veka Matrix 70 and 70FS, Veka Vertical sliders, a dedicated painting facility, PVC-u patio and bifold doors, conservatories, the Vertex Open Canopy, the Vertex roof system for polycarbonate, glass or tile effect, Wendland roofing system and the newly added Ultrasky, Livin room and LEKA Warm Roof. For more information on any of the Modplan’s products and support, simply Ask the Man from Modplan.