Conservatory roof replacement

Conservatory Roof Replacement

Originally intended as a replacement solution for existing conservatory roofs. The roofs can be made to replace most, if not all, glazed roofs, including simple Edwardian styles, Victorians, and the most complex bespoke roofs.

conservatory roof replacement

Conservatory Roof Replacement

Conservatory roof replacement combines traditional roofing materials with ingenious design solutions to create a lightweight, efficient product that can be used for replacement or on new extensions.

Performance: U-value: 0.16 (can be reduced to 0.12 where required) – pitch: 10 to 40 degree

Energy Efficient Conservatory Roof Replacement

Thermal Insulation

The thermal insulation layer in the roof is located between the ceiling joists, so everything above the insulation (any roof space) is colder than the living space below it. As shown in the illustration, the roof is built in this manner, with the empty spaces well ventilated (as a traditional roof would be) to avoid condensation. We ensure that the “cold” from the roof is kept well away from the room by using 155mm EPS insulation.


Made in the United Kingdom, this shingle effect is intended to be authentic. Lightweight and ideal for low-pitch roofs, it is anti-vandal and virtually maintenance-free. Offering a low-cost and quick installation, as well as a 40-year guarantee against weather damage.


Brindle Red

Brindle Brown





British made and designed to give an authentic shingle effect. Lightweight, low-pitch roof-suitable, anti-vandal, and virtually maintenance-free. Providing a cost-effective and quick installation, as well as a 40-year guarantee against weather protection.






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Yes. The addition of a roof can make your conservatory up to 90 percent warmer in winter and 70 percent cooler in summer. Additional benefits include reduced noise pollution and no solar glare.

In most cases no. A roof conservatory is fully compliant with building control regulations. The roof is also system approved with a number of building inspectors to simplify the building control process.

No. A roof is only marginally heavier than a glass roof. As per LABC guidelines (April 2016), if the structure shows no signs of distress, the existing foundations are likely to be adequate to carry the small additional loadings. Existing glazing and door support must also be reinforced.

Yes it is estimated you will lose between 5-10 percent of light. You may wish to incorporate one of our premium Velux roof windows with high performance glass to let in extra sunlight.

Very much so, which is why a roof is a fully ventilated system and uses timber that is both strong and has low thermal conductivity.

Recent testing proved a 6.4m x 6.4m roof could carry the weight of four modern Mini cars without showing any signs of movement.

Whilst no installation is the same, an average conservatory roof upgrade is completed within 2-3 days.

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