Tiled Conservatory Roofs
Replace your existing roof with a beautiful, lightweight, insulated roof.
All Year round
Unlike our competitors we are approved installation specialists for both of the leading roof manufacturers, enabling us to cater for the widest range of finishes and budgets.
We provide everything you need to convert your existing glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof into a beautiful, energy efficient tiled roof, transforming your underused conservatory into a room for all seasons.
- Free Design Consultation
- Full Survey
- 10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee
- LABC Certification
Guardian Warm Roof System
- Full LABC and LABSS approval
- Thermal U-Value of 0.18W/m2K
- Structurally sound conservatory, carrying full engineers report
- Contributes to improved SAP calculations
- Perfect for any size and type of conservatory including:
Edwardian, Victorian, P-Shape and Lean-To Conservatories
- Perfect for new-build or replacement conservatory roofs
- Conservatory roof Pitches as low as 15 degrees
- A patented, guaranteed product
Do You Need Planning Permission?
For many years homeowners have seen conservatories as an affordable way of adding an additional room to their properties without the additional hassles involved in obtaining the planning permission that is required to build a traditional extension.
However one of the conditions of this exemption from planning permission was the requirement that ‘75% of the roof must be transparent or translucent’, essentially ensuring that all conservatory roofs were made from glass or polycarbonate.
A survey commissioned by the Department of Energy and Climate Change acknowledged the environmental implications of an estimated 18 million householders in the UK attempting to heat conservatories with roofs offering almost no thermal retention.
In 2011 building control regulations specific to conservatories were relaxed, allowing the fitting and retro-fitting of insulated solid conservatory roofs without planning permission (subject to Local Authority Building Control Guidelines).