Replacement conservatory roof cost

What you will pay for a replacement conservatory roof isn’t straightforward. It depends on the type of roof you are replacing your existing one with, the design of your conservatory and, of course, the size. It also depends on where you live in the UK (the labour cost is more expensive in the south).

At P&K Home Improvements, we advise our clients to opt for a solid, pitched roof for their conservatory. Two of the more advanced – and popular - on the market are Ultraframe and Guardian Roofs.

Solid conservatory roof with glass inserts

The roofs we have mentioned in this blog may be solid, but there is still an option for glazing to be inserted. This is usually best achieved by adding a couple of Velux windows. That way, you’ll be able to open them and benefit from the natural sunlight entering the room.

Replacement conservatory roof cost and styles

Pitched and tiled conservatory roofs are available in a range of colours, textures and styles. They can be designed to any shape and are always prefabricated, making them easier to fit and quicker to produce. Because they are built inside, they can be made regardless of the weather. This means you don’t have to wait long for your roof to be fitted once your order is underway.

The reason for replacing your conservatory roof may be because your current one has seen better days. Or, it could simply be that you fancy a more contemporary look to your home. Both are good reasons for having a new pitched roof built.

To learn more about how a new solid, tiled and pitched conservatory roof can benefit your home, get in touch with the team here at P&K Home Improvements. We have been installing conservatories for around two decades and are happy to answer any of your questions.
Contact us at P&K Home Improvements, tel: 01603 563 278 or email: [email protected]