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Yes. Older conservatories may either have a basic plain glass roof or a polycarbonate roof, neither of these have any great effect in controlling the sun’s heating effect. A basic glass roof would only reflect about 20% of the sun’s heat, but by contrast a Celsius Glass roof would reflect up to 80%, meaning the room stays considerably cooler during hot weather.

Yes. Celsius Performance Glass is designed with insulation at the forefront of its priorities. Celsius units contain an Argon fill, warm-edge spacer bar technology, carefully selected cavity widths and many more features that combine to produce a U-value of just 0.9, making it the best-insulating conservatory roof glass product available in the UK market, fortifying your conservatory against the cold, and making it an all-seasons room.

No. Only a true self-cleaning roof does exactly that, cleans itself. Using a specially coated glass, a chemical reaction physically breaks down and washes away dirt. A so called ‘easy clean’ roof does not have these properties.
Over 75% of harmful UV rays are blocked, thereby dramatically reducing the risk of damage to soft furnishings. Our range includes options to increase this to 94%, ensuring minimal damage is going to occur this way, unlike standard clear glass.

Yes. Celsius products offer considerable sound reduction properties, over standard glass or polycarbonate.

Every Celsius roof is manufactured to BS EN 1279 for seal quality and BS EN 12150 for toughened glass safety. With this we offer a 10 year warranty against seal failure with all of our products.

A U-Value is a measure of how well something insulates, the lower the U-value, the better a glass unit is at reflecting heat back into the home. For example, Celsius Elite’s U-value of 0.9 is far superior to a standard clear glass’ U-value of 2.8.

Heat reflection is a property of a glass unit that is dictated by the low E coating within. If the low E coating is of an especially low emissivity then it is able to reflect thermal radiation very well, metals such as silver or aluminium perform well here.

The purpose of having a tinted conservatory roof is mostly aesthetic, having a blue conservatory roof for instance will bring out the colours of the sky and garden to a higher degree.

Click HERE to head to our Celsius sign up page, fill out the form, and we’ll be in touch!

CLICK A QUESTION

Yes. Older conservatories may either have a basic plain glass roof or a polycarbonate roof, neither of these have any great effect in controlling the sun’s heating effect. A basic glass roof would only reflect about 20% of the sun’s heat, but by contrast a Celsius Glass roof would reflect up to 80%, meaning the room stays considerably cooler during hot weather.

Yes. Celsius Performance Glass is designed with insulation at the forefront of its priorities. Celsius units contain an Argon fill, warm-edge spacer bar technology, carefully selected cavity widths and many more features that combine to produce a U-value of just 0.9, making it the best-insulating conservatory roof glass product available in the UK market, fortifying your conservatory against the cold, and making it an all-seasons room.

No. Only a true self-cleaning roof does exactly that, cleans itself. Using a specially coated glass, a chemical reaction physically breaks down and washes away dirt. A so called ‘easy clean’ roof does not have these properties.
Over 75% of harmful UV rays are blocked, thereby dramatically reducing the risk of damage to soft furnishings. Our range includes options to increase this to 94%, ensuring minimal damage is going to occur this way, unlike standard clear glass.

Yes. Celsius products offer considerable sound reduction properties, over standard glass or polycarbonate.

Every Celsius roof is manufactured to BS EN 1279 for seal quality and BS EN 12150 for toughened glass safety. With this we offer a 10 year warranty against seal failure with all of our products.

A U-Value is a measure of how well something insulates, the lower the U-value, the better a glass unit is at reflecting heat back into the home. For example, Celsius Elite’s U-value of 0.9 is far superior to a standard clear glass’ U-value of 2.8.

Heat reflection is a property of a glass unit that is dictated by the low E coating within. If the low E coating is of an especially low emissivity then it is able to reflect thermal radiation very well, metals such as silver or aluminium perform well here.

The purpose of having a tinted conservatory roof is mostly aesthetic, having a blue conservatory roof for instance will bring out the colours of the sky and garden to a higher degree.

Click HERE to head to our Celsius sign up page, fill out the form, and we’ll be in touch!

CLICK A QUESTION

Yes. Older conservatories may either have a basic plain glass roof or a polycarbonate roof, neither of these have any great effect in controlling the sun’s heating effect. A basic glass roof would only reflect about 20% of the sun’s heat, but by contrast a Celsius Glass roof would reflect up to 80%, meaning the room stays considerably cooler during hot weather.

Yes. Celsius Performance Glass is designed with insulation at the forefront of its priorities. Celsius units contain an Argon fill, warm-edge spacer bar technology, carefully selected cavity widths and many more features that combine to produce a U-value of just 0.9, making it the best-insulating conservatory roof glass product available in the UK market, fortifying your conservatory against the cold, and making it an all-seasons room.

No. Only a true self-cleaning roof does exactly that, cleans itself. Using a specially coated glass, a chemical reaction physically breaks down and washes away dirt. A so called ‘easy clean’ roof does not have these properties.
Over 75% of harmful UV rays are blocked, thereby dramatically reducing the risk of damage to soft furnishings. Our range includes options to increase this to 94%, ensuring minimal damage is going to occur this way, unlike standard clear glass.

Yes. Celsius products offer considerable sound reduction properties, over standard glass or polycarbonate.

Every Celsius roof is manufactured to BS EN 1279 for seal quality and BS EN 12150 for toughened glass safety. With this we offer a 10 year warranty against seal failure with all of our products.

A U-Value is a measure of how well something insulates, the lower the U-value, the better a glass unit is at reflecting heat back into the home. For example, Celsius Elite’s U-value of 0.9 is far superior to a standard clear glass’ U-value of 2.8.

Heat reflection is a property of a glass unit that is dictated by the low E coating within. If the low E coating is of an especially low emissivity then it is able to reflect thermal radiation very well, metals such as silver or aluminium perform well here.

The purpose of having a tinted conservatory roof is mostly aesthetic, having a blue conservatory roof for instance will bring out the colours of the sky and garden to a higher degree.

Click HERE to head to our Celsius sign up page, fill out the form, and we’ll be in touch!

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At Celsius we supply some of the biggest and most trusted installers in the UK. Discover how we can supply your business with Elite, One, Clear and Bifolds. The best-insulating range in the glass industry…

Get Celsius Glass
For Your Business

 At Celsius we supply some of the biggest and most trusted installers in the UK. Discover how we can supply your business with Elite, One, Clear & Bifolds. The best-insulating range in the glass industry.