Roof Replacement

Your roof is the main structural element of your conservatory and takes all of the weathering.

Over time the components of your roof can start to deteriorate causing un-repairable damage.

At this stage you may like to look at the options of having your roof replaced?


We specialize in bespoke replacement conservatory roofs in either glass or poly-carbonate and offer a full supply and fit service.

There are so many different options to choose from but we will give you clear ideas and let you make the choice for yourself.

A new roof can transform a tired looking conservatory into a lovely new space you can be proud of. It can also help with insulation to keep your conservatory warmer in winter and cooler in the summer so its usable all year round.



Q. Can you replace my roof without new windows?

A. Depending on the condition of your existing structure, most conservatories can have a new roof fitted on top of the existing windows, but when upgrading from polycarbonate to glass, the windows have to be assessed for the correct structural elements to ensure they can take the weight of the new glass roof.



New Roof

Q. Can we change our polycarbonate sheets for glass?

A. We would never recommend directly changing polycarbonate panels for glass because the structure of the roof is not likely to have been designed to take the weight of glass. A detailed survey of your conservatory will need to be completed to asses whether or not a new glass roof could be fitted to your existing structure.

Q. Can you replace just my polycarbonate panels?

A. With a UPVC conservatory roof, we can change the polycarbonate panels. We would also recommend changing the glazing bar top caps as well. With wooden structures, we would always change the glazing caps. Both can be done without changing the whole structure.



If you have any questions about replacing your roof then please ask or see our site.

Feel free to contact us if you would like to know more about our methods, or would like a free no obligation quote