Let’s face it, the summer of 2023 – in the UK, at least – isn’t going to break any records for blue skies and endless balmy days. In fact, it’s been a big disappointment so far. That said, if you’ve taken shelter in your conservatory and wondered why it’s still hot in there, despite rain and plunging temperatures, it may be that it’s not performing how it should do.  

Conservatories built more than 15 years ago are starting to feel their age now, not least in terms of their thermal efficiency. When the conservatory boom was at its height this wasn’t an issue in the way it is today. Now, we want our conservatories to work for us all year round and we also want to reduce our energy bills at the same time.  

What to do? Well, we could knock our old conservatory down and start again. But given it’s a solid structure, there would be little benefit in doing that. Instead, why not consider replacing the roof? It’s a cost-effective way of breathing new life into your existing conservatory, making it thermally efficient and usable all year-round while helping to lower your bills.  

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Roof replacement options

In recent years, conservatory roof technology has come on in leaps and bounds and new-builds are fitted with roofing options ranging from tiled to glazed and solid. These options are also available to homeowners looking to replace their conservatory roofs and given that around 80 per cent of heat loss from a conservatory disappears through the roof, they’re an excellent way of bringing your existing room bang up to date.  

Tiled roof replacement

The replacement tiled roof is one of our most popular options, not least because the thermally efficient tiles keep the conservatory warm in winter and cool in summer. The lightweight composite tiles are very hard-wearing and come in a range of shades that will match almost any colour of an existing house roof. Plus, we can equip the ceiling under the replacement roof with integrated lights and speakers, making the conservatory a truly functional part of your home.  

Ultraroof tiled roof

Glass roof replacement

If you’re keen to replace your roof and want the maximum amount of light to fall into your conservatory, a glazed solution is the obvious route. These roofs are built for thermal performance and look great into the bargain. Our glass roofs feature self-cleaning glass, ensuring that you can spend less time cleaning and more time enjoying your new roof. The glass roof is a truly bespoke option and is engineered to suit almost every style of conservatory, particularly those with a more traditional look.  

White uPVC Edwardian conservatory with a glass roof

Solid roof replacement  

If you can’t decide between tiled and glazed options for your new roof, how about something in between? The solid roof combines tough insulated composite panels with areas of high-performing glazing, creating a roof that deals easily with warm or cold days while letting in good amounts of natural light, useful when reading, working on intricate craft-based hobbies or just relaxing.   

Whichever option you choose, you know that with Premier Windows you’ll be getting a top-quality conservatory roof replacement that will complement your Buckinghamshire conservatory completely. Every one of our replacement roofs has leading thermal performance, is quick to install and comes with a ten-year guarantee.  

Contact us today to find out more about our replacement conservatory roofs, or give us a call on 0800 854 353 to get a free no-obligation quote.