Warmer In The Winter

Many conservatories are sold as the dream extra room in your home. In reality, conservatories are often unusable for a lot of the year due to the cold.

This is one of the most common reasons why people look into replacement conservatory roof options. Old building regulations meant conservatory roofs had to be at least 75% transparent. This limited the choice for conservatory roofs to be made from polycarbonate or glazed roof panels.

Unfortunately, these conservatory roof options lack proper insulation for conservatories. As you probably know, Britain can become bitterly cold in the winter. As a result, conservatories are often the coldest room in the home. Instead of being the cosy room, they often are simply shut off for the winter. Heating your conservatory is a possibility but can quickly become very expensive as all of the heat rises and escapes through the roof. It’s like filling a bucket with a hole in it!

5 Benefits of Insulated Roofing Panels

1. Adds insulation in your conservatory to make it cooler in the summer 

2. Energy efficient and saves you money on your electricity bills

3. Insulated roofing panels can be installed within 1 single day!

4. Reduces the noise in bad weather

5. Protects your furniture of harsh UV rays which causes fading

How We Make Your Conservatory Warmer in the Winter

How to insulate a conservatory roof

Our replacement conservatory roof panels are made to fit your existing framework. We make them from lightweight aluminium, and they contain 75mm of high-density foam insulation. This makes them 8 times more efficient than polycarbonate panels. So, when you heat your conservatory, the heat stays in, keeping the conservatory nice and cosy.

If you’d like to see more about how our replacement conservatory roof panels are made, click here and see the process step by step.

Polycarbonate and glazed roofs don’t offer much in the way of thermal insulation. Our conservatory roof panels will improve the insulation in your conservatory, making it warmer in winter. Our conservatory roof panels are also energy efficient. You’ll be able to cut costs on your energy bills.

You’ll soon be able to enjoy a cosy room you can use throughout the winter. The days of locking up the cold conservatory will soon be long gone.

Insulated Conservatory Roof Panels: The Installation Process

Watch the video below and see how easily we install our insulated conservatory roof panels to make a conservatory warmer in winter.

A lot of work goes into the design and precision-manufacture of our panels. This means they can be installed in just one day, ensuring as little disruption as possible.

Your conservatory that was too cold to eat breakfast in can be nice and toasty in time for tea!




How much is a new conservatory roof?

All our quotes are bespoke to your conservatory size so it’s hard to give an average price. We create tailored panels so they’re the perfect fit, meaning they keep the heat in over winter, no leaking when it’s wet outside and a longer lasting roof.

Why is my conservatory cold?

It is likely that your conservatory roof is made from polycarbonate roof panels. This is the cheapest material to use on conservatory roofs, meaning they have no insulation to retain heat over winter. You may also find you’re too hot in summer and it’s really noisy when it’s raining outside.

How to insulate my conservatory roof?

The best way to insulate your conservatory roof is to upgrade your roof panels to solid ones which contain special insulation that regulates temperatures throughout summer and winter.

How long does it take to replace a conservatory roof?

We replace your conservatory roof in just one day, meaning less hassle and disruption for you. And more time to enjoy your conservatory quickly!

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