Conservatory Roof Replacement



  • Quick and cost effective
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Choice of three roof types
  • Guaranteed for 10 years

Refresh your existing conservatory with a new, bespoke conservatory roof

We know many people find older conservatories too hot in the summer, and too cold in the winter. If a change is required, replacing the whole construction can prove expensive. That's why we offer replacement conservatory roofs and conservatory roof conversions in three distinctive styles.

Benefits of a new conservatory roof replacement

More cost effective than a new conservatory

If your conservatory or orangery roof suffers from mould, condensation or leaks it’s definitely time for a refurbishment project. Conservatory roof repair or a replacement can breathe new life for a fraction of the price of a total rebuild. A leaking conservatory roof is unpleasant and unsightly, so why not invest in a refurbishment and add value to your property.

Built-in conservatory roof insulation

An older conservatory may offer little thermal efficiency and could cost you money as the heat escapes. Everest conservatory replacement roofs are also energy efficient so your new living space can be used all year round.

Built in lighting to illustrate that the replacement conservatory roof cost is well worth it
Two Everest specialists assessing a property with regard to the conservatory building regulations

Quick, hassle-free installation

We take care of all the necessary regulations (although planning permission is often not required for a new roof). Our installation meets accredited standards and our roof installers even dispose of your old roof in an environmentally friendly way.

Everest conservatory roofs, guaranteed for peace of mind

Our replacement conservatory roofs are fitted with a 10-year guarantee including discolouration of uPVC and leaks.

What type of replacement conservatory roof can I have?

At Everest, we give you the choice of 3 distinctive roof types for your replacement conservatory roof.

Everest glass conservatory roof

Glass conservatory roof

A very common option when designing a new conservatory is to choose a glass roof. Glass conservatory roofs consist of large glass panels that provide copious amounts of natural light into your home, even on an overcast day, compared to polycarbonate or tiled roofs. Everest conservatory glass roofs have superior solar control eco clean glass, which will help to keep your conservatory cooler in the summer and make it easier to keep clean.

An Everest livinroof on a conservatory

Livin'roof - Hybrid solid & glass conservatory roof

Livin'roof combines solid and glazed roofing seamlessly for a stylish look and thermally efficient room. The Livinroof roofing system is constructed from insulated composite external panels and high-performance PU board insulation. These are strong and robust, and totally thermally efficient. Glazed panels can be inserted to replace almost any of the roofing panels to maximise light and produce a contemporary feel that is not easily achievable with other types of roofing systems.

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Everest tiled roof conservatory

Tiled conservatory roof

Our tiled roof extensions are specially engineered to maximise the amount of glass, but still have the strength and stability built in to support a tiled roof. The sturdy insulated roof panels give superior thermal performance and comply with all current building regulations. With the added option of full height glass panels in the roof, you can let in natural light where required, creating the best of all possible worlds.

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    Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
    To change a conservatory roof from glass to tile would change the nature of the structure from a conservatory to a single-storey extension. If the extension meets all the requirements for permitted development, it DOESN'T need planning permission. But, as the structure is no longer deemed under the exemption of a 'conservatory' it DOES need to meet relevant building regulations.

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    Can you put a new roof on an old conservatory?
    Yes, you can replace your old conservatory roof with a new one. But, this will be dependent on your existing conservatory structure being in good condition and sturdy enough. You can choose from a selection of three styles for your new roof and the option for a roof conversion from glass to tiled if you want a more functional space.
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    What is the best type of roof for a conservatory?
    What type of conservatory roof is best depends on how you will use your space.

    A glass roof creates a light-drenched space to enjoy the sunshine on cooler days. Perfect for reading and spending time relaxing. Not the best for south facing rooms as the space can become unbearably warm in direct sunshine, even with specialist UV reduction glass.

    A polycarbonate roof is an affordable alternative to glass. They don't have the clarity and sophisticated appeal of a glass roof but they are durable. We only recommend fitting polycarbonate to a utility room or outhouse as they don't offer the quality suitable for a living space.

    A tiled roof will transform your conservatory into an actual extension to your home. Creating a functional space that can be used in as another room all year round. An office, a home gym, dining room or family room.

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