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Benefits of Solid Roof Conservatories
Adding a solid roof to your existing conservatory can add considerable value to your home, as it’s sure to make this additional reception room a more versatile space, by helping you to regulate temperature and natural light more easily.
As solid conservatory roofs are usually comprised of tiles or panels, they’re excellently insulated, and provide outstanding heat retention. The replica tiled roof replacement is 15 times more thermally efficient than an older polycarbonate or clear glass roof. That means you’ll save on heating your home throughout the winter months, without spending money on extra insulation.
Replacing the roof of your conservatory is a much faster process than having a new conservatory fitted. Adding a solid roof will cause minimal disruption, and you’ll be able to enjoy your conservatory again in no time.
No restructure required.
There’ll be no need to touch the existing shape and design of your conservatory when you have a solid roof added to it, so you won’t need to plan a new layout, or apply for planning permission again.
Conservatory Roof Replacement Styles
If you want to breathe new life into your conservatory, replacing the roof is a hassle-free, cost efficient way to do it. Transform your living space with an Anglian replacement conservatory roof. No matter which design you select. There’s a variety of customisable options to choose from, so you can put your own stamp on your conservatory roof design with cleverly placed skylights, internal lighting and more.
Our stylish replica slate effect tiles are available in three different shades, Carbon Grey, Rich Harvest Brown and Deep Red Terra Brick. Incorporate Anglian roof windows to create perfect levels of lighting.
Solid Panel Roof
Anthracite grey solid roof panels add a sleek, contemporary finish to your home – you can even incorporate a number of glazed panels into your solid panel design to let more natural light in.
For a classic conservatory style, a glass roof is the ideal choice. Using Anglian’s cutting-edge Solaroof technology you’ll be able to enjoy a light and temperate space all year round.
Spread the cost of your conservatory roof replacement with our low rate finance plan from 9.9% APR variable.
Your conservatory roof replacement comes with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.
Delivery and installation included
The price includes the home visit or remote quotation, and the survey, manufacturing, installation and aftersales for your conservatory roof conversion.
Replacement Conservatory Roof FAQs
As we make each replacement conservatory roof to fit your home exactly, there are no standardised costs. We’ll arrange to see your home in person, and at this stage we can give you a free, no-obligation quote for your conservatory roof, in line with the design and materials you choose, as well as the size of your property.
Yes, you can replace an existing conservatory roof with either a fully tiled replica tiled roof replacement or a combination of replica tiles and Anglian roof glazing, both offering an internal vaulted ceiling with a plasterboard finish.
Anglian solid roof conservatories come with built-in insulation, which means they perform better heat retention and temperature regulation. Adding a solid roof to your conservatory is a fool-proof way to make this space more versatile, and usable in every season.
It’s unusual for planning permission to be required when you’re replacing a conservatory roof. However, building regulations might be necessary in certain circumstances – for example, a survey could be needed if you’re adding a solid tiled roof to a conservatory. Anglian manages planning permission and building regulations on your behalf, so you’ll never have to worry about coping with this administrative process.
Choosing the best replacement conservatory roof for your property depends wholly on your budget, and what exactly you want to use this space for. Solid tile or panel roofs transform your conservatory into a versatile space which resembles an extension, while the traditional glass roof is more budget-friendly, and can offer the most natural light.