A proper tiled roof construction effectively requires you to replace your entire conservatory roof. Rafters and batons are fitted in place of your existing framework. This enables a new false ceiling to be fitted. These are then plastered and decorated. Installations can take around 3 days.
This type of roof adds extra weight, making it unsuitable for many conservatories. Conservatories were not designed to withstand the extra impact from a heavy roof. Ultimately the structure of the conservatory could be compromised, and potentially collapse without extra support.
As a tiled conservatory roof requires an entirely new roof, they require planning permission. They must also be compliant with building regulations.
In contrast, our conservatory roofs use your existing framework. The panels are lightweight; making it much easier to convert your conservatory roof. In less than one day you could be enjoying your new, improved conservatory.