Is your conservatory boiling hot in summer or freezing cold in winter?

If the answer is yes then maybe it’s time to start looking at investing in a warm roof system, commonly known as a Tiled Conservatory Roof. There are multiple benefits to upgrading your conservatory using an insulated roof, such as, creating a comfortable room, removing sun glare and rain noise.

However, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to Tiled Conservatory Roofs, like whether to replace your polycarbonate roof with a new warm roof system or to upgrade your conservatory roof using insulation and tiles. Replacing the conservatory roof with a fully insulated, ventilated and preferably timber based roof system is alway the best and most long term solution but if you’re looking at doing the conversion yourself as a DIY project then we have a range of lightweight roof tiles and insulation ideal for Tiled Conservatory Roofs.

Lightweight Plastic Tiles for Conservatory Roofs

It’s important that your conservatory roof is converted using lightweight roof tiles because your existing conservatory structure isn’t designed to take the weight of traditional concrete and slate roof tiles. We sell a range of plastic roof slates that are lightweight and durable, like Tapco Slate, Britmet LiteSlate and the lightest of the bunch Supaslate® at just 366g per slate or 7.6kg per m2. All of these plastic roof tiles are made the highest of standards and designed to be as durable as natural roof slate.

Features

  • 7.6KG per m2.
  • 14° Minimum Pitch.
  • Made in Great Britain.
  • 4 Colour Choices.
  • Triple Tile = Fast Install.
  • £29.05 per m2.
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Features

  • 14.6KG per m2.
  • 14° Minimum Pitch.
  • Made in America.
  • 6 Colour Choices.
  • BBA Certified.
  • £36.38 per m2.
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Features

  • 12KG per m2.
  • 14.5° Minimum Pitch.
  • Made in Great Britain.
  • 6 Colour Choice.
  • Riven Edge.
  • £34.10 per m2.
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