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Any one know about conservatory roofs?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by andyfromotley, 29 May 2008.

  1. andyfromotley

    andyfromotley New Member

    Otley, west yorks
    Hi ya mines leaking, i can se where, a couple of panels have slipped down slightly.

    How difficult to remove them and replace? I am a competent diy'er.

    Thanks andy
  2. tdr1nka

    tdr1nka Taking the biscuit

    Any pics Andy?
  3. Night Train

    Night Train Guest

    They should be fairly straight forward to slide back up, might stick a bit on the rubber seals though. Mine used to slide down and now I just have a small screw at the bottom end to keep it in place.
  4. domtyler

    domtyler Über Member

    Just shift them back up where they belong, tack in place and whack a load of silicone in there.
  5. Night Train

    Night Train Guest

    Silicone can cause more problems.
    The panel slides down due to its expansion and contraction over day and night. It 'creeps' down the slope. Any silicone would disturb the rubber seal as it moves and cause more leaks that would be even more difficult to put right.
  6. OP

    andyfromotley New Member

    Otley, west yorks
    I will post some pics tomorrow,
    Might try the pushing back up the slope.
    If i have to replace them and can get them out will i have to replace the seals and are they commonly available? And does the 'frame' just clip back on?
    ty andy
  7. Night Train

    Night Train Guest

    It is usually a clip together job. The rubber seals may depend on the manufacturer if they are available as spares or if they are standard parts.

    They might be fine, depends on how old it all is.
  8. Milo

    Milo Veteran

    Melksham, Wilts
    Sicoflex it you can stick boats together with it dont see why it wont work on a panel.
  9. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    phone up whichever company made the conservatory and rant till they agree to come round and fix it.