Has your conservatory started to show signs of wear and tear? Perhaps you are just fed up of having a place in your home that gets far too hot in summer afternoons and is completely unusable through the winter months. Then it sounds like you could consider starting fresh and building a brand new conservatory. However, you might be better off getting a replacement roof instead. So, how much does a replacement conservatory roof cost?

Usually, it’s the glass or polyester roof that has been damaged due to bad weather. Or it could be with the improvement in glass thermal technology, its age is now letting it down. As such, by replacing it, you can dramatically improve your conservatory for a fraction of the cost of your new conservatory.

How Much Does A Replacement Conservatory Roof Cost?

You’re probably wondering about the cost of a new replacement conservatory roof compared with getting a brand new one. Well, the answer might both shock and please you. The average cost of a new conservatory roof in the UK is around £2000-£5000. It will, of course, depend on the type of materials that you use, as well as the size of the room.

What About A Brand New Conservatory?

The cost for this could be anything up from around £9,000, depending upon the size and materials used. Do be wary of companies that offer brand new conservatories for as little as a few thousand pounds. When having a new conservatory, the quality of the materials and the quality of the build of the base is very important, which is where the majority of the cost lies.

So, how much does a replacement conservatory roof cost? A fraction of the price you’ll need to pay for a new conservatory and can offer better value for money, based on your individual circumstances.

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Why Is A Replacement So Cost Friendly?

The benefits of replacing the roof are that the structure can be left in place. You don’t need to pay for new rafters, a ring beam or a ridge. The basic structure can still be used, simply by removing the old polycarbonate or glass panels. Then, you can replace the panels with new glass or polycarbonate or even with roof tiles, if you wish.

Your Conservatory In The Winter Months

Tiled roofs can provide an extra layer of insulation to keep your conservatory feeling like any other part of your home. You’ll certainly get a higher-level insulation than a glass roof can provide. As well as this, your conservatory won’t feel like an oven in the summer months.

Is Replacing Your Conservatory Roof Worth It?

There are benefits to both replacing your conservatory roof and having a new conservatory, which will depend on your needs and overall budget. However, replacing your conservatory roof could give you a better room, at a cheaper cost, with a quality of build that you can trust.

Whatever route you choose to go down, make sure you choose a supplier that you can trust. Here at Cosyhomes Windows, we have over 35 years experience as a conservatory installer in Surrey, specialising in both repairs and new installs.

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