If your existing conservatory has a glass or polycarbonate roof, upgrading it with a solid tiled roof could transform the room and make it a usable space all year round. But what are the costs, benefits and things to consider?
A solid conservatory roof can help you save money on your energy bills as it can effectively block out heat from the sun. This can also prevent unwanted cold air from entering your home and makes it more comfortable during the winter.
In terms of maintenance, a tiled roof is less likely to require extensive upkeep than a uPVC or polycarbonate roof. This is because the tiles are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and can resist dirt and moss growth. Furthermore, they are more aesthetically pleasing as they come in different colours and can complement your new or existing windows.
You can also opt for a flat or hipped tiled conservatory roof, depending on your personal preferences and the style of your property. A flat roof is more contemporary and can be a good option for those looking for an unobtrusive aesthetic, whilst a hipped roof adds more character and can be used to create a more dramatic look.
We offer a range of lightweight tiled roofs that can be installed onto both new conservatories and existing ones, as long as structural mullions are fitted. These include Livinroof, a system designed to be fitted on low-pitched conservatories and is independent of any structural alterations, as well as Ultraroof, which can accommodate large spans of bi-fold or sliding doors and is independently fire tested by Warringtonfire and BBA approved. tiled conservatory roof