Replacing the roof of your greenhouse is a worthwhile investment. It will improve thermal efficiency, allowing you to use the space all year round. You can also install spotlights and speakers, and enjoy natural light through full length glass panels or Velux rooflights. On average, replacing the roof of a standard solid conservatory is 60-70% cheaper than the cost of a conservatory of the same size.
The cost of replacing the roof of your conservatory will depend on the type of roof you want. If your old conservatory roof is leaking, mouldy, damp or has condensation, it is worth considering replacing it. The average cost of replacing the roof of a standard solid conservatory is £4,100; however, if it's a larger conservatory, prices start at around £5,500. Most roofing companies offer financing plans for conservatory roof replacements, helping you spread the cost over several months or years.
When deciding whether a replacement conservatory roof is worthwhile, there are many variables to consider. The installation of a replacement roof is not a lengthy job, but there is inevitably some disruption for the homeowner. The cost depends on factors such as the size and style of the conservatory to which it is to be added. The choice of roof for a replacement conservatory will be critical in determining the amount of light that will enter the new kitchen area.
A solid conservatory roof can also help remedy any design flaws in existing conservatories, such as a flat roof that is prone to leaks. And your replacement conservatory can be designed to your exact specifications, with your choice of glazing, doors, facade and roof. In conclusion, replacing the roof of your greenhouse is worth it. It will improve thermal efficiency and give you a room you can use all year round. It will also allow you to install spotlights and speakers, and provide natural light through full length glass panels or Velux rooflights.
Roof replacement is typically 60-70% cheaper than the cost of a conservatory of the same size.