In recent years, conservatories have become increasingly more popular amongst homeowners. 

The conservatory is a great way to extend a property’s space and storage. Moreover, a conservatory doesn’t have to look as traditional as it once did. There are now various styles and designs of a conservatory. Hence, they can match the aesthetic of the property to which they are attached. Furthermore, one of the most popular ways of revitalising a conservatory or modernising the home is to replace the conservatory roof.

If you are looking for simple ways to add to the style of your home, consider replacing the conservatory roof. Our article below discusses the reasons why. 

Conservatory Roof Insulation

A lightweight solid tiled conservatory roof will insulate the conservatory much more effectively than a traditional polycarbonate roof. Hence, the conservatory will maintain a more consistent temperature throughout the year. Therefore, it will become a more usable space within the home and will feel like a main part of the house as opposed to a cold or overheating extension. 

Aesthetically Pleasing Conservatory Roof

Replacing a conservatory roof with a solid tiled option will look much more professional and tasteful. Moreover, the conservatory will look like it’s part of the house as an extension as opposed to an after-thought. The house will appear much bigger and more modern. 

A tiled roof can allow for spotlights and fancy light fixtures to hang from the ceiling, making the home feel more contemporary inside as well as externally. 


Polycarbonate roofs can be quite noisy. If the weather is particularly bad, the rain can be heard beating down on the polycarbonate throughout the home, not only in the conservatory. Hence, replacing it with a solid roof means the home will be much quieter no matter how loud the weather is outside. 

Replacement roofs are sturdier, noise reducing and stylish. If you’re considering changing yours, contact us today for a free, no-obligation quotation.