Replace your conservatory roof with tiles

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The lightweight tiles can withstand the extreme British weather but require very little maintenance to keep them in good condition.gwr badge

A warm roof conversion is the ideal solution if you want the combined benefits of a traditional extension and conservatory. You no longer have to compromise – with a new lightweight tiled roof you can still enjoy the light from skylights, windows and doors, but gain better insulation, noise reduction and privacy.

Why choose a Tiled Conservatory Roof?

Energy efficient

Save on heating bills and feel warmer with u-values as low as 0.18

Building regulation compliant

Complies with building regulations

Versatile and resilient

Compatible with all styles of conservatory

Reduces noice pollution

Reduce noise pollution

20-year guarantee

20 year manufacturer guarantee on tiles with life expectancy of at least 50 years

Colour matching

Colour matching with fascias, soffits and gutters

Let in light and fresh air

Roof vents available to let in light and fresh air

Eliminate sound of rain and wind

Eliminate the sound of heavy rain and wind

Attractive range of choices

Choice of attractive tile and slate colours

Colours

Popular Colours

Our uPVC, aluminium & timber products are available in a wide range of colours. Enquire now and remember to request a colour swatch.

Brick Red

Brick Red

Black Stone

Black Stone

Grey Pewter

Grey Pewter

Plum

Plum

Antique Red

Antique Red

Burnt Umber

Burnt Umber

Charcoal

Charcoal

Ebony

Ebony

Moss Green

Moss Green

upvc white conservatory

Lightweight tiles for conservatory roofs

Our lightweight tiles seriously enhance thermal performance. Your extension will feel seamlessly connected to your home and you will be able to use it all year round without unbearable temperatures. Not only will the space be more comfortable, but your conservatory will be more attractive. Externally, the tiles can be matched to the existing character of your property. Internally, you will enjoy a stunning plastered ceiling with the option of integrated spotlights or even a chandelier for a fantastic centrepiece.

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Tiled Conservatory Roofs in Swindon, Bristol, Reading and Beyond

A new tiled roof will make your conservatory usable all year. Use the room as much in winter as you do in summer. Equally suitable for entertaining, bringing the outside in when it’s hot and staying cosy on cold evenings, a replacement roof gives you the chance to gain space that can be used for any occasion.

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Frequently asked questions

All of our materials, whether you choose uPVC, aluminium or timber offer superb quality that you can rely on. Attractive as well as effective, they will stay in pristine condition for years to come. With a wide assortment of colours, you never have to compromise on style.

Are tiled conservatory roofs any good?

Yes! Tiled conservatory roofs are excellent because you will benefit from a more thermally efficient conservatory which means you can save money on heating costs. The tiled conservatory roof makes your conservatory useable all year round transforming it into a more traditional extension.

Read our expert blog on why you should change your old polycarbonate roof to a tiled conservatory roof today!

Can I install a tiled conservatory roof myself?

A DIY installation could be very dangerous to both you and your property. Without the proper equipment, you run the risk of injuring yourself. Furthermore, if you make a mistake, it could dramatically reduce the value of your house! For the best results, trust the experts.

How much does a tiled conservatory roof cost?

We have a full range of finance options that are lovely team are happy to discuss with you. For more information, please feel free to contact us!

What our customers are saying

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Highly recommend Emerald Windows and Doors; new Front and back doors fitted yesterday. Cannot praise Mark the Fitter enough, courteous, friendly and very helpful. Top job with attention to detail...

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Swindon-based family run double glazing installers

With a head office in Swindon, a short trip from the motorway, we are ideally located to offer our services across Wiltshire, Reading, Bath, Bristol, Marlborough, Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, and other surrounding locations.

Emerald provide and install home improvements in all materials – uPVC, aluminium and traditional timber. No matter what material you choose, you can be sure we’ll provide you consistent quality – our work is always finished to the highest standards, whether you’re installing 2 windows or 20!

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