Warm Conservatory Roof FAQs
Can a tiled warm roof be fitted to my existing conservatory?
Our tiled conservatory roofs can be used for any style of conservatory, no matter the size or shape. Our warm roofing system has been expertly designed to fit onto existing conservatory window frames. The tiled roof can replace the existing glass or polycarbonate roof of your conservatory, while allowing you to retain the original windows, doors, frames, and walls.
Do I need to obtain a planning permission?
A warm conservatory roof replacement doesn’t typically require a planning permission. New building regulations introduced in 2010 enabled anyone to put a solid roof on a conservatory, provided it adheres to certain criteria. However, you can rest assured that Ashdale Home Improvements will provide guidance and assistance in dealing with all matters relating to planning permission and building regulations.
Why upgrade to a tiled conservatory roof?
There are so many benefits of having a tiled conservatory roof fitted. Providing modern thermal efficiency, a tiled roofing system will allow your conservatory to stay warm in the winter and cool and comfortable in the summer, even in direct sunlight, creating a year-round living space. With the array of styles and tiled colours that we offer, your upgraded conservatory will feel and look like a true extension of your house. What’s more, a conservatory warm roof will not only enhance the appearance of your home, but it will also increase the value of your property.
Will a tiled conservatory roof help me reduce external noise?
Yes, the upgrade to a warm roof will definitely help you eliminate distracting outside noise you previously experienced with your polycarbonate or your glass conservatory roof, such as rain, wind and any unwanted ambient external noises.
Will a warm conservatory roof help reduce condensation in my conservatory?
New tiled conservatory roofs have a modern multi-layered roof design to prevent the build-up of condensation in the roof structure and protect against the risk of damp.
Will I lose a lot of light in my conservatory with a tiled roof system?
You will lose a certain amount of light as opposed to your old glass or polycarbonate roof, but your conservatory will remain a bright and airy living space, surrounded by glass windows and doors on three sides. The smooth light finish of interior plasterboard on your warm roof will also reflect light inside the conservatory, maximising its brightness by allowing as much light to be bounced around the room as possible. You also have the option of adding roof windows, to get maximum amount of light back into your house and allow for additional ventilation.
Will there be any disruption during the roof installation process?
Our home improvement experts will ensure a quick hassle-free installation with minimum disruption to your life through the fitting process. Any boards and covers will be put down and our fitters will take care of the removal of any rubbish.
How long will the tiled roof installation take?
A warm conservatory roof fitting will take approximately four to five days. To ensure a quick hassle-free installation, don’t hesitate to contact Ashdale Home Improvements today and we’ll guide you through the whole process, from obtaining an initial quote to completing the installation.
Will the warm roof be guaranteed?
All our warm roof components come with a 10-year guarantee and a 25-year guarantee on the roof tiles, to give you a peace of mind.
How much will a solid warm roof cost?
The price of our solid conservatory roof replacement depends on a number of different factors, including the size of your conservatory. At Ashdale Home Improvements, we are committed to delivering the very best value for money for our customers and offer a price match guarantee to help turn your ideas into a reality. Contact us now for your free, no obligation quotation.
Still not sure if a warm conservatory roof is the best choice for your conservatory? Talk to one of our team today and we’ll be more than happy to answer any of your questions.