Conservatory roofing options to suit all homes in Cheshire, Manchester & the North-West
Is your old conservatory letting you down? Is it too hot or too cold, does it have a leak or feel like an unusable room? Good news, you may solve a lot of these issues by just replacing the conservatory roof. It’s a great way to refresh the overall look of your conservatory as you can choose from tiled roofs, glass roofs or a combination of both.
Replacing your conservatory roof is a smaller job than a full conservatory replacement & will be more budget-friendly. It’s an option that is available for all types of conservatories; whether it’s a P-shape or Victorian, the roofs are designed & made especially for each home. This allows you to fully customise the finish externally & internally too.
We offer Supalite tiled roofs that can be designed to blend into your existing home style, or you might want a modern-looking Livinroof that offers as much or as little glass to suit your needs. Click on the links below to find out more about each one.
Which conservatory roof is best?
Both conservatory roof options that we offer are chosen by many homeowners due to their customisable options, rigorous fire testing & high-quality build standards. Many choose to replace their conservatory roof with tiles and a roof window, which is great if your ideal outcome is for you to make your old conservatory an enjoyable second living space. Or if you are looking to bring more light into your home, enjoy the full glass roof options we have available.
What’s the first step with conservatory roof replacement?
It’s important to do as much research into the options as you can. This can easily be done by going to a glazing showroom like ours to discuss any issues & ideas. We can show you material samples so you can see first-hand the colours & finishes of replacement conservatory roofs.
How much to replace a conservatory roof?
Firstly, the cost of re-roofing a conservatory will almost certainly be less than building a completely new one. However, each job is completely bespoke and there are various factors affecting cost, such as:
- The type of roof
- Size of the conservatory
- Additional extras such as roof windows, LED lights and cornices
- If strengthening of the original conservatory is required
- Lead flashing work
With so many factors affecting how much it costs to replace a conservatory roof, it’s impossible to give a set price for this work.