Solid Conservatory Roof
If you feel your conservatory isn’t performing as it should, replacing its outdated polycarbonate roof with a solid one can have a major impact. A solid conservatory roof can revive your conservatory and make it a comfortable and inviting space to relax in all year round. 

Capture better heat efficiency with a conservatory replacement roof. 

Solid conservatory roofs are more energy-efficient than their polycarbonate counterparts and can help to keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter. Quite often, a conservatory with an existing polycarbonate roof can become something of an extended greenhouse, heating up during the summer and providing very little warmth during the winter months. With a solid conservatory roof, the temperature inside your conservatory will be much easier to control, making it an inviting space to spend time in whatever the season. 
 
There are other benefits of a solid conservatory roof, including improved noise insulation and complete protection against rain and other weather conditions. Depending on your chosen roof system, Velux windows and roof lights can be included to give the room more natural light and space, while conserving energy at the same time. Replacing your conservatory roof isn’t an overnight job, but if you choose an experienced professional with extensive experience in fitting solid conservatory roofs, you can be confident you’ll have a room that looks great and offers enhanced comfort and improved energy efficiency. 
 
So, don’t consign your conservatory to a life as a permanently hot, summer-only room. Revive it with a solid conservatory roof and make it an inviting space all year round. 
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Enjoy more comfort in your conservatory with a solid roof. 

IWhen it comes to adding value and enjoying all your conservatory has to offer, there’s nothing quite like a solid conservatory roof. Not only does it provide a stylish addition to your home, but it also increases the energy efficiency of your conservatory by trapping more of the warmth coming from indoors. 
 
When we replace your conservatory roof with a solid conservatory roof, we completely remove your old roof and build a bespoke timber framed conservatory roof with three layers of insulation. 
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Benefits of a new conservatory roof replacement 

If you’ve been thinking about replacing your conservatory roof, read on and discover the many benefits that a solid roof can bring. 

Improved Comfort 

A solid roof will provide a warmer and quieter atmosphere during the winter months, while staying cooler during the summer. This means that you can enjoy your conservatory all year-round in comfort. 

Improved Energy Efficiency 

Replacing your conservatory roof with a solid roof will give your conservatory added insulation, meaning you’ll be able to keep the temperature inside your conservatory at a consistent level. This can end up saving you a lot of money in the long run. 

Aesthetic Upgrade 

As well as the practical benefits, upgrading your conservatory roof can give your home an immediate aesthetic boost. The material, colours and shapes available for a solid conservatory roof are much wider than those for the traditional glass or polycarbonate roofs, and you can even find options with integrated lighting for a modern look. 
 
At the end of the day, replacing your conservatory roof is an investment that will reward you for many years to come. It’s a great way to add value to your home, as well as making your conservatory a more enjoyable place to spend time in. 

To read more about the benefits of replacing your conservatory roof, please follow the link below. 

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Common Questions we are asked when replacing Conservatory Roofs. 

Is Planning permission required to change my conservatory roof? 

Usually, no planning permission is needed to switch a polycarbonate roof for a solid conservatory roof. Only if conservation regulations apply is permission needed; our expertise can help you decide if you require planning permission. 
 
Only if conservation regulations apply is permission needed; our expertise can help you decide if you require planning permission. 

Do I need Building Regulations to replace my conservatory roof? 

If you are replacing a polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof with a solid conservatory roof, then yes you will require Building Regulations. Under Building Regulations, a conservatory must have 75% transparent or translucent roofing material. As this will no longer be the case with a solid conservatory roof, then a Building Regulations Certificate will be required when the conservatory roof has been replaced with a solid conservatory roof. 

Can I have velux windows fitted in a solid conservatory roof? 

Of course, adding Velux windows can increase the amount of natural light into your conservatory. As Velux windows are available in a number of sizes, we can suggest the best size and combination to suit your requirements. 

Refresh your existing conservatory. 

Not only can we replace your conservatory roof with a new solid conservatory roof, but we can also replace your old conservatory windows and doors. If your conservatory is a number of years old, then the windows and doors may have seen better days and may not be as energy efficient as they once were. 
 
Maybe, you have always fancied some beautiful bifold doors leading from your conservatory to your garden, for an uninterrupted view in the summer. Perhaps you are bored of plain white or brown windows and doors and fancy a modern look of Anthracite Grey or in fact any RAL colour you like. You can even have your windows and doors coloured externally but white internally. The choice is so wide, we can truly refresh the look of your conservatory to your requirements. Not sure what to choose? Then let us help you. 
We offer a instant online quote facility, so you can get an approximate cost to replace your conservatory roof, please follow the link below, or if you would like us to contact you, please complete our short contact form.Click on this text to edit it. 
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