A replacement conservatory roof can be the perfect way to give your extension a whole new look. A new roof will help to regulate the temperature, prevent draughts and condensation, and reduce external noise. It also improves the insulation of your conservatory, which means that it will be less expensive to run and maintain.

There are many different types of replacement conservatory roofs to choose from, so you’ll need to decide which one will suit your home and lifestyle. The most common type is a solid tiled roof, and this can be installed on most existing and new-build conservatories.

Another style is a Victorian conservatory, which is a great choice if you’re looking to create a more traditional feel for your extension. Victorian conservatories can be glazed or solid and can also have a pitched roof, so you can create a more unique space for your extension.

Alternatively, an Edwardian roof is a good option for smaller and simpler extensions. These types of roof tend to be more flexible and can be glazed or solid depending on your personal preference and budget.

The last style is a lean-to conservatory, which is a great option if you’re planning to renovate a small house or apartment. This type of conservatory has a slanted roof that can fit under the eaves, so it doesn’t take up much room in the garden and won’t compromise the visual appeal of your property.

This type of roof can be insulated with an alumite roof, which will stop the elements from getting in and stop any heat inside from escaping. Alumite has excellent solar control properties, and can help keep your conservatory incredibly comfortable all year round.

There are other options as well, such as Activ Blue glass, which is an attractive blue tint that will help to keep your conservatory cooler than conventional clear glazing. Activ Blue has dual-action, self-cleaning properties, so you won’t have to worry about dirt and grime building up on your conservatory glass.

A conservatory roof can make a huge difference to your living space, so it’s important that you choose the right option. It can be a difficult decision, so it’s best to speak with us about your specific requirements before making any final decisions.

When it comes to choosing a roof for your new conservatory, we can help you find the perfect solution for your needs and your preferences. We can offer the most advanced conservatory roofs on the market to provide a stunning addition to your home.

We can also install a SupaLite warm roof to your conservatory, which can be retrofitted to most existing conservatories and is an ideal upgrade for anyone looking to enhance the energy efficiency of their home. SupaLite warm roofs are highly insulated and ventilated, with or without windows and ‘lights’. They can be combined with other options such as a vaulted and plaster-finished ceiling, which will add an additional level of comfort and luxury to your extension.