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Replacing a conservatory roof with a solid roof cost 2022. Get all the info here

How much will a solid conservatory roof cost? Find out exactly how much replacing a conservatory roof with a solid roof will cost.

Solid roofs have become a popular choice amongst those replacing their conservatory roof and those that are looking for a cost effective home extension. A solid roof can be installed on almost any type of conservatory both old and new. A new solid roof can add value to your home, make your space usable all year round, improve security and remove issues such as leaks, drafts and noise.

 

Read our guide to understand the costs and options for replacing a conservatory roof with a solid roof.

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The price of replacing a conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof depends on many factors such as the type of materials, type of conservatory and overall size and complexity of the roof. There are also various options of internal finishes. 

It's important to think about what you'll be wanting to use your space for to help define costs. For example, if you're planning to use the conservatory all year round as an extension to your home but, still need lots of light, a combination of tiles and glass panels may be the best option for you.

The price of replacing a conservatory roof with a solid tiled roof depends on many factors such as the type of materials, type of conservatory and overall size and complexity of the roof. There are also various options of internal finishes. 

It's important to think about what you'll be wanting to use your space for to help define costs. For example, if you're planning to use the conservatory all year round as an extension to your home but, still need lots of light, a combination of tiles and glass panels may be the best option for you.

How Much Does a New Conservatory Roof Cost?

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What's the average cost of a solid conservatory roof?

The average cost of a solid conservatory roof replacement is between £4000 - £7000 for most conservatory styles. Lean-to conservatories are typically a little bit cheaper at an average £3500 - £5000. These averages are based on an approximate size of 3000 x 3000.

It is important to keep in mind that these are averages and prices can vary either way depending on your specific requirements.

It's fair to say that the cost of a solid roof replacement is regarded as a good home investment by many. Not only does it create a usable living space and improve home energy, it can also add value to your home.

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The above chart represents a guide price only. Prices can vary depending on various factors.

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Every conservatory is unique and requires an individual roof replacement quote. Just answer a few quick questions to find out how much a solid roof would cost for your conservatory. It's quick and simple to get prices and compare options.

What Factors Affect the Cost of a Solid Conservatory Roof?

As we've discussed above, there are many factory that affect the cost of a solid conservatory roof replacement. Below you can see a clear list of the key things to consider.

  • The size of the conservatory 

  • The design choices of the roof

  • The style of the conservatory: More complex structures typically require more work

  • The tiles used: All tiles have different costs and benefits. It's always best to get expert advice to see which tile option is right for you

  • How much work is needed: This could include the removal of the old roof, structural work, internal lighting and and electrics, internal plastering and decorating

  • If structural strengthening is required and which materials are used

  • The installer you choose. Different installers may have different warranties, materials prices or have further to travel. We recommend using our quote service to compare prices from local installers.

  • If your roof will include glass panels, what type of glass you choose and the size of panels

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What's included in the cost of a solid roof replacement?

Every solid roof replacement is unique and tailored. What's included depends on how you'll be using your conservatory and whether you'll be doing any of the work yourself. Here is an example of what's typically included in the cost of a solid roof replacement.

  • Removal of old roof and disposal

  • Potential structural strengthening if required (This depends on the age of your conservatory and the roof materials that you opt for)

  • Materials for structural improvements if required

  • Roof tiles / panels

  • Foil-backed insulated plasterboard

  • Foil-backed additional dense insulation (depending on the brand chosen)

  • Fascia

  • Guttering

  • Lead flashing

  • Internal Lighting

  • Electrical work

  • Plastered ceiling

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Solid conservatory roof materials

Concrete tiles: These are standard roofing tiles that can be found on most homes across the UK. Concrete tiles come in a wide range of colours, sizes and designs, meaning that you can easily match your property roof of find a great contrast. Concrete tiles are an affordable option however, it's important to note that cement tiles are heavy and can absorb water. So, this might not be the best option for some older conservatories. You can speak to an expert free to find out if your conservatory is suitable for cement 

Slate tiles: Slate tiles look great and are very long lasting. You can also choose between many different designs from a sleek modern look to a more traditional feel. It's worth noting that slate tiles are a more expensive choice, but due to the hard wearing nature of slate, it could mean less maintenance will be needed over time.

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Synthetic tiles: Composite economical replica tiles are made from various materials. These synthetic tiles are light, hard wearing and keep the conservatory well insulated. Synthetic tiles look like real slate and are often only the weight of double or triple glazed glass. Synthetic tiles are much cheaper than alternatives and come in a wide range of styles and colours. These composite tiles are a great choice for all conservatory types, old and new. Due to the tiles being so light, many older built conservatory owners opt for these tiles since structural strengthening is less likely to be required.

Remember, with any of the above options you can also choose to include glass panels. Speak to a conservatory expert for free advice and tailored quotes.

Solid roof planning permission

In 2010 the planning regulations changed meaning that you can replace your conservatory roof with a solid roof without the need for planning permission. So, in most cases you will not need planning permission to have a solid roof installed on your lean-to conservatory.

However, it is important to ensure that your conservatory is structurally sound and strong enough to support the extra weight. Prior to installation your installer will arrange a survey to ensure that your conservatory is structurally sound. In some rare cases some structural strengthening  may be required before the roof is installed.

You can talk to an expert free here to check if your conservatory is likely to be suitable for a solid roof.

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