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What is the average cost of a conservatory roof?

What is the average cost of a conservatory roof?

The cost of a replacement glass conservatory roof

Type of conservatory roof Size of conservatory Average price
Lean-to conservatory 3,100mm x 3,100mm £2,300 – £3,000+
Lean-to conservatory 3100mm x 3500mm £2,500 – £3,200
Victorian conservatory 3,100mm x 3,100mm £3,000 – £4,000+
Victorian conservatory 5,100m0 x 5,100mm £6,000 – £8,000+

How much does a conservatory roof cost UK?

For a standard solid conservatory roof replacement, the average cost is £4,100. For a larger conservatory, prices start at around £5,500 to replace a glass or polycarbonate roof with a tiled structure.

How much does a conservatory flat roof cost?

Average glass roof replacement costs for the UK are £315 per square metre in 2021. Prices normally exclude VAT. How Much Does a Solid Roof Cost per Square Metre? The average cost for a replacement solid roof on a moderately sized conservatory is £4100.

Can you put a new roof on an old conservatory?

In short, yes. You can put a solid roof on an existing conservatory. This is called a ‘retrofit’ within the industry and is becoming increasingly popular amongst homeowners who have older conservatories and are looking to upgrade (as well as add value to their home).

What is the best type of roof for a conservatory?

Conservatory roof types and materials overview

Conservatory roof type Best suited to Benefits
Glass Any property Maximum light, longevity, glass options
Hybrid solid Any property Heat retention and light, versatile
Polycarbonate Outbuildings only Cheap, light, easy to fit

Do you need planning permission to change conservatory roof?

Replacing the roof on your conservatory normally doesn’t need planning permission as regulations changed in 2010. However, you may still need building regulation approval. What’s the difference? Planning permission is concerned with changes to your home that may affect the wider environment or your neighbours.

What is the best roof to have on a conservatory?

Can you just replace a conservatory roof?

It is perfectly possible to replace your existing conservatory roof with a solid roof – in fact, we’d highly recommend it! Not only will it significantly extend the lifespan of your conservatory, but it will also increase its energy efficiency, help it to maintain a constant temperature and add value to your home.

Do you need building regs for a new conservatory roof?

If you are looking at replacing the conservatory roof with a solid/hard/tiled roof then the answer is yes you will need Building Regulations Approval.

What are the options for replacing a conservatory roof?

There are three materials to choose between for your conservatory roof: glass, polycarbonate, and tiles. Your choice depends largely on your budget, and what you’d like to use your conservatory for.

Is it illegal to have a radiator in a conservatory?

You do not need planning permission to put a radiator in a conservatory. Isolated mains radiators that can be controlled separately from your central heating do not require planning permission and are exempt from heat loss regulations.