Conservatory Roof Solutions

Conservatory Roof Solutions

Is your conservatory getting on in years, or underperforming in thermal or security performance? Often when a conservatory isn’t working to the best of its ability it is a sign that its roof needs replacing; so, if you are looking to get a brand new conservatory roof installed, you will be happy to know there are several different options available to you, from solid to glazed.

Here at Conservatory Online Prices, you can get in contact with a number of reputable local installation companies who will offer you competitive quotes tailored around your exact roof specifications. Every property is different, as is each of our customers personal tastes, so we are dedicated to helping you put together a roof design that is perfect for you. We have a wide variety of different styles, designs, colours and features for you to choose from, each with their own benefits that will make sure that your conservatory roof is thermally efficient, long-lasting and secure.

What is the best type of roof for a conservatory?

There are many different types of conservatory roof available on the market, ranging from solid, tiled and glass, and often the best type of roof for your conservatory depends on what you want from it.

The most traditional of all of the roof solutions, a glass conservatory roof is modern and sleek; bringing in massive amounts of natural light into your conservatory and the rest of your property while still being incredibly durable and able to withstand whatever kind of weather is thrown its way. Thermally secure, the modern glass used is specially designed to trap heat and prevent any cold air from coming into the conservatory from outside, saving you money on your heating bills and decreasing your carbon footprint.

The standard roofing system, polycarbonate roofs are affordable, lightweight and are surprisingly sturdy despite their low-cost design. Translucent, this roof allows for light to enter your conservatory without overpowering or bleaching your furniture with overexposure to sunlight. Because of its affordable, easy to install nature, it can also be a great quick-fix to bridge the gap between the removal of your previous roof and the installation of your new glass or solid roof.

Affordably priced and easy to install, these lightweight roofs provide a surprising level of structural strength despite their low-cost design. These designs are great if you’re looking to replace an existing conservatory roof. With their lightweight nature means that you don’t have to worry about them being too heavy for the existing foundations. They are also usually translucent, allowing a certain amount of light into your conservatory without blinding the occupants.

polycarbonate conservatory roof

This modern roof solution is a very popular option for conservatories all across the country, initially popularised in Renaissance Europe these roofs open up your conservatory to the sky. Available in a variety of different colours, these slimline frames allow for almost edge to edge glass, bringing in the maximum amount of light into your conservatory as well as providing unimpeded views of the sky above. With no planning permission required, lantern roofs bring a great modern twist to whatever kind of property you live in, contemporary or traditional.

Roof Lantern

Solid conservatory roofs are a great way of transforming a conservatory, which can often feel like an afterthought added onto a property after the fact, into a room that feels like a natural continuation of the rest of your home. Not only are they incredibly thermally efficient, they are robust and durable against all kinds of bad weather. In terms of interior design, solid conservatory roofs make your conservatory feel like more of an extension, with high-rising ceilings that allow for additional skylights to increase the amount of natural light within your property without sacrificing the room-like feel.

tiled conservatory garden room

Tiled conservatory roofs, like solid roofs, are a great way of blending your conservatory into the overall design of your property. By choosing matching or complementary tiles, you can make your conservatory extension look like it was always a part of your home, while also allowing you complete privacy as well as thermal insulation and extra protection.

tiled conservatory roof

Hybrid roofs are a great choice if you want the beautiful views and natural light of a glass conservatory, with the sturdiness and durability of a solid roof. Many of the installers and companies that we work with offer these hybrid roof models, meaning that you can easily get this contemporary design fitted onto your conservatory. Made in a panel-system that switch and interchange between glass and solid materials, you will have fully-glazed panels intersecting with solid ones so that you truly have the best of both worlds in terms of both light and insulation.

Solid Conservatory Roof

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How long does a polycarbonate conservatory roof last?

A polycarbonate roof was, up until a few years ago, the standard roof fitted onto a conservatory installation. However, it is not the best in performance or longevity, with a lifespan of only 10 to 20 years, much less than the 25-30 years of glass conservatory roofs, and with it often suffering damage or loss in thermal performance as the years go by.

However, replacing a polycarbonate roof for either a new one or a different, more insulated and secure roof solution is easier and more affordable than you may think.

Replacing your conservatory roof is actually a great way of investing in your property, especially if you are considering moving on at some point in the future. Both glass and solid roofs add value to your property, and even if you aren’t thinking about moving for many years yet, the added quality of performance of your new roof may help you save money on your heating bills, decrease your carbon footprint and also just make your property look far more aesthetically pleasing both on the outside and on the inside.

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How much does it cost to replace a conservatory roof?

The price for your average conservatory roof replacement can range from around £2,000 to £20,000, depending on what kind of roof you want, its size, as well as what materials and additional features you want attached.

 Conservatory Roof Size   Roof Material   Guide Price
 2500mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £1960 – £2396
 2500mm x 3000mm  Glass  £2136 – £2612
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £2226 – £2720
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £2422 – £2962
 3000mm x 3500mm  Polycarbonate  £2345 – £2865
 3000mm x 3500mm  Glass  £2560 – £3130
Conservatory Roof Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3092 – £3778
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3302 – £4036
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4260 – £5208
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £4618 – £5644
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £5718 – £6990
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6260 – £7650
Conservatory Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3110 – £3800
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3320 – £4060
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4366 – £5338
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £4724 – £5774
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £5910 – £7224
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6450 – £7885
Conservatory Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3110 – £3800
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3320 – £4060
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4366 – £5338
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £4724 – £5774
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £5910 – £7224
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6450 – £7885
Conservatory Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3110 – £3800
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3320 – £4060
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4366 – £5338
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £4724 – £5774
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £5910 – £7224
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6450 – £7885
 Conservatory Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3538 – £4324
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3748 – £4582
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4840 – £5915
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £5195 – £6350
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £6376 – £7794
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6916 – £8454
 Conservatory Size   Roof Material  Guide Price
 3000mm x 3000mm  Polycarbonate  £3538 – £4324
 3000mm x 3000mm  Glass  £3748 – £4582
 4000mm x 4000mm  Polycarbonate  £4840 – £5915
 4000mm x 4000mm  Glass  £5195 – £6350
 5000mm x 5000mm  Polycarbonate  £6376 – £7794
 5000mm x 5000mm  Glass  £6916 – £8454

Can I change my conservatory roof?

Replacing your conservatory roof is a lot easier than you may think, and getting it done can bring you a lot of benefits over your old conservatory roof. These include improving your properties exterior and interior appearance, making your home more secure against the weather and forced entry, increasing your properties thermal performance as well as providing outstanding sound-proofing and adding to your properties overall value.

So, is your conservatory roof looking a little bit worse for wear, letting in draughts and meaning that your conservatory is only usable during the warmer months? It may be time to get yourself a brand new roof.

Find yourself the best competitive quotes available on the market by using our free online quoting calculator and start putting together your very own bespoke conservatory roof design. You will then receive a number of competitive quotes from a number of local companies operating in your area, which you can freely choose from with zero obligation to you.

If you have any other questions about any of the products we offer, how our calculator works or simply for help designing your roof, contact us via our online contact form and one of our team members will be in touch as soon as possible.

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