Ecoglaze UK has worked with LEKA Systems for just over a year and in that time has been extremely impressed with the conservatory roof products. When asked what he considers the key benefit of LEKA roofs to be, Josh Whale, Director of Ecoglaze UK, has a simple answer. “With LEKA roofs, there are no negatives. We are yet to find a flaw with the system.”
For Josh, it’s the structure of the roofs that makes the difference. “When we explain the construction of the roofs to homeowners and what it means for them, they won’t look at anything else,” he says.
LEKA roof products have a GRP construction and don’t use wood or aluminium. It means there is no wood worm or moisture absorption, no condensation and no thermal bridging. Most important of all, it ensures exceptional thermal efficiency with a typical U value of just 0.15 W/m²K.
Ecoglaze UK installs both the LEKA Warm Roof and the LEKA Orangery Roof. Josh comments: “Our main market is in retro-fitting existing conservatories to solve the problem of them being too hot in summer or too cold in winter. But what’s interesting is that most of our new build conservatories use LEKA roofs now too, rather than a traditional glazed alternative.”