The Ultraroof solid roof system from Ultraframe was named winner in the Best Use of a Solid Conservatory Roof System category at the Pitched Roofing Awards in recognition of a conservatory transformation by installer Green and Heritage Roofing of Halifax.

The win is the second for the Ultraroof system at the awards, following a win in the same category in 2019.

The winning project saw an old conservatory with a polycarbonate roof transformed with the addition of an Ultraroof featuring full length glazed panels. The judges of the Pitched Roofing Awards said they: “were very impressed at the vast improvement made by Green and Heritage Roofing.”

Chris Hopkins of Green and Heritage Roofing said of the project: “Having an existing polycarbonate roof, this very large conservatory was too hot in summer and too cold to use in the winter months. The new Ultraroof has updated the appearance of the conservatory, turning it into more of an extension of the main house, and will ensure our customer gets better use out of their conservatory, all year round.”

Ultraframe marketing director Alex Hewitt added: “Our Ultraroof system is a fantastic choice for a conservatory roof replacement project such as this one and it’s fantastic news that the judges of the Pitched Roofing Awards agree. Ultraroof has transformed an aging conservatory with heat control issues into a modern, energy efficient extension that is the same temperature as any other room in the house at any time of year. Green and Heritage Roofing came up with a stunning design that altered the roof shape slightly and the result is outstanding.”

The project was one of two to earn shortlistings in the awards