Adding a new tiled conservatory roof is an excellent way to transform your existing sun room into a usable space that you can enjoy all year round. A new roof will add a level of thermal insulation to your conservatory that will make it significantly more comfortable than it ever was, while also saving you money on heating costs.
Whether you have a polycarbonate or glass conservatory, adding a new solid roof will instantly turn it into something that resembles an actual living space rather than a glazed extension. This can be a great advantage when it comes to reselling your home as it will appeal to more potential buyers and may even increase the price of your property.
The majority of our clients choose a slate or shingle style roof. These are available in a range of colours and styles to perfectly complement your existing home and conservatory. We can even help you create a design to ensure your new roof is exactly how you want it.
Our Leka Roofs are precision engineered and pre-manufactured to your conservatory’s exact specifications. This helps to reduce the installation time and means less disruption for you, while delivering the very best thermal performance. A new roof can have a U-Value of 1.3 or below, meaning it will dramatically reduce your conservatory’s energy bills and increase its thermal efficiency.
A new tiled roof will not only add to the value of your home, but it will improve its overall EPC rating too. This is because a new conservatory with a solid roof will be more thermally efficient than a glass or polycarbonate one. This can lead to a significant reduction in your energy bills and will help to reduce your carbon footprint.
A solid roof will also provide a more substantial structure that provides your conservatory with better stability and security. This will give you peace of mind that your family and possessions are protected and will be safe from the elements, particularly during the winter months.
Can a tiled conservatory roof be fitted to an orangery?
Yes, a solid tiled roof can be installed to an existing orangery or even a brand new build. Your installer will examine your existing frames and assess if they are sufficient to support the weight of a solid roof. If they aren’t, structural mullions can be added to provide the necessary strength.
The best way to find out how much a new tiled conservatory roof will cost is to get in touch with us today. Simply answer a few quick questions and we will give you a tailored price for your specific project. Our online quote form is simple to use and can be completed in a matter of minutes. Alternatively, you can contact us via phone or email to speak with one of our team members. We’re always on hand to offer advice and guidance so please don’t hesitate to ask.