A solid conservatory roof is a great solution when you’re looking to replace an old glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof. These older styles of roof are notoriously bad for letting heat out and cold in – which is an expensive waste of space you could be using all year round. Upgrading to a solid conservatory roof can improve the insulation of your home and cut your energy bills at the same time, which makes it an investment that will pay dividends in years to come.
Lightweight Tiled Conservatory Roofs
The Ultraroof and Livinroof are both lightweight solid roofs that can be used to replace existing conservatory roofs. They’re designed to work with any type of conservatory or house extension and are ideal for replacing polycarbonate or glass roofs that are no longer performing well. Both options have been crafted with thermal technology which ensures they provide low U-Values, preventing heat loss and ensuring your room is warm in winter and cool in summer.
They’re also less prone to the issues of fading and moss growth that can affect traditional tiles, so you can enjoy your new conservatory for much longer. With both roofs offering a choice of finishes and colours, you’ll be able to find the right look that matches the aesthetic of your property and suits your style of home too.
Before 2010, you may have needed planning permission if you wanted to change to a solid roof for your conservatory but that rule has changed since then. It’s possible that you may not need to apply for permission at all if your conservatory meets the size and specifications set out in the 2010 building regulations. If you’re unsure, speak to your installer who can help with this. solid conservatory roof