Don’t let it remain just a distant memory. Have a look into fitting a solid roof at some point in the future to make the extension well-insulated again.
The main thing you need to be sure of ahead of a potential solid roof installation is whether you will need planning permission for it first.
Upsetting your local planning department isn’t a wise idea. You won’t do that if you know and abide by the rules, which are as follows:
So that you don’t do anything that you’re not meant to, get in touch with your local authority building control team for assistance via the LABC website.
You can also have a chat with James Oliver. We have a fantastic selection of solid roofs, so we’re a great company to talk to about them.
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