Conservatory Roof Prices: How much to replace conservatory roof
Great! You’ve recently had a new conservatory fitted, maybe in the past 2-3 years and you love spending time in there, but you’ve noticed that the conservatory roof isn’t what you wanted or maybe you’re starting to see some wear and tear in your roof.
Granted, it shouldn’t happen so early on since you’ve recently installed your conservatory, but perhaps it was poorly installed? It was cheap and cheerful? Maybe it was a friend of a friend who installed it for a fraction of the price.
Whilst this alone should be avoided where possible and you should go through the correct stages of searching for a competitive quote and finding a double glazing installer who is fully certified and has a money-back guarantee of some sort.
Nevertheless, you’re here and for whatever reason, you want to replace your conservatory roof.
In this article we’ll be looking at the different styles available to you and how much it will cost to replace your conservatory roof.
Which Roof Should You Go For?
It really depends on the type of conservatory you have.
If you have a traditional Edwardian, Victorian or Georgian conservatory, then a traditional type of roof probably would suit you best.
Whereas if you have a Lean-To, a Gable End or something else, you might be able to be a bit more creative with the roof style.
As mentioned, if you have an Edwardian, Victorian or Georgian conservatory style, a uPVC glass roof is probably the most appealing roof choice to go for.
These styles of conservatory are very classic and British, they’re exquisite and should maintain their overall style and appearance.
Whilst you could add a tiled roof to these conservatories, they also may look a little odd.
So we would advise keeping the overall original style where possible.
If you have a Lean-To, a Gable End or something more modern, then you could try adding a glass roof or a tiled roof to the conservatory.
However, we would still maintain the original look and feel of the conservatory by simply replacing like-for-like.
Then again, if you’re wanting something that’s more practical or something more stylish, there are plenty of different materials and options available for your conservatory roof.
Enforced by aluminium frames, glass roofs are strong, sleek and ideal to allow full natural light into the conservatory.
This makes for a great reading and working space as natural light can boost productivity levels and make you feel healthier whilst working or reading.
The sense of living space is greatly opened up due to the fact that you can see the sky, this creates the illusion of even more living space.
A lot more durable and sustainable, tiled roofs are thermally efficient, incredibly strong and reduce the chances of condensation build-up which many glass roofs suffer from.
Whilst you could argue that glass roofs are more modern and sleek, tiled roofs are a lot more traditional, but by offering bespoke options such as a range of colours for your tiled roof, this brings a modern appearance to a traditional style.
How Much To Replace a Conservatory Roof?
There are so many factors that go into each and every conservatory roof that it can cost anywhere between £3,000 to £8,000.
Maybe you could get one for a little less or perhaps you might be quoted more. It really depends on the roof type, the bespoke options you’ve chosen to have and the size/type of your conservatory.
For example, if you had a Lean-To conservatory that was up to 3.1m x 3.1m (10 ft x 10 ft) for a glass conservatory roof you could end up spending £3,000 to £3,500 for a replacement roof.
Whereas for a Victorian conservatory roof that was up to 5.1m x 5.1m (16 ft x 16 ft) you could spend anywhere between £5,000 to £8,000.
So it really does depend on the size and type of conservatory you have.
What it ultimately comes down to is your own specific style of roof that you want and the budget you have. So make sure you do your research and find a conservatory roof that meets your requirements.
Ready To Replace Your Conservatory Roof?
Use our online conservatory quote tool to design your conservatory roof the way you want it.
With so many different styles and options to choose from we’re sure you’ll find the conservatory roof that’s perfect for what you want and what you’re looking for.
Once you’ve designed your conservatory roof, you’ll be given a free, no-obligation quote for your conservatory roof with a list of double glazing installers near you who will be able to install your new conservatory roof.