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I have the classic problem of being able to use my conservatory for a few days every year. Outside of these days, it's either too hot, too cold or too noisy because of the rain. Has anyone had a lig…
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1m, 2w agoPosted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I have the classic problem of being able to use my conservatory for a few days every year. Outside of these days, it's either too hot, too cold or too noisy because of the rain. Has anyone had a lightweight replacement roof installed to replace those rubbish corrugated plastic roofs please? Based South West.
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1m, 2w agoPosted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
wickes do the triple ply sheets which are easy to fit/cut to size.
#2
I got a metal roof from http://www.versasteel.co.uk/ alternatively you could just put some battens in and plasterboard it. This would have the same effect without the cost.
#3
Hi,had my tripple plastic poly carbonate roof replaced with heat reflecting ,self cleaning,thermal glass.No more noise,useable all year round plus you still have all the natural light. Hope this helps you decide one way or another.
#4
billingtonrover
Hi,had my tripple plastic poly carbonate roof replaced with heat reflecting ,self cleaning,thermal glass.No more noise,useable all year round plus you still have all the natural light. Hope this helps you decide one way or another.


​I know prices would depend on individual specs, but how reasonable a cost was that. Are you looking at hundreds, couple of grand?
#5
Just in the process of having it done now, old roof stripped off and new aluminium roof frame and ring beam fitted, ply screwed on and felted, insulated on the inside but the fitter just realised the wrong colour of tiles have been sent out ooops

Edited By: ding on Jan 10, 2017 13:44
#6
Watch the manufacturers video here
#7
Thanks for the responses. interesting ideas, all of them.

Budget is c£1500 to £2000 although of course if I can do it cheaper for similar benefit!

billingtinrover what sort of cost was yours? probably more than my budget?
ding any guide on cost?

Thanks all.

any URLs of suppliers welcomed.
#8
oh and apart from replacing the roof, do you need window blinds in the Winter? Not bothered about privacy but heating as oil gets a little expensive. Thanks.
#9
dothedealnow
Thanks for the responses. interesting ideas, all of them.
Budget is c£1500 to £2000 although of course if I can do it cheaper for similar benefit!
billingtinrover what sort of cost was yours? probably more than my budget?
ding any guide on cost?
Thanks all.
any URLs of suppliers welcomed.
Its a p shaped 5m x 3.5m a bit over your budget 10 grand, if i say it fast its not too bad oO
#10
Thanks ding. Guess I need to start saving. Wonder how much replacing with glass is?
#11
Have you checked with building control regards changing to a tiled roof?
You may also want to check if the upvc frames and cill are capable of taking the extra load.
Majority of cills will be hollow with no reinforcing.
#12
​Thanks am aware of building controI and am aware of the support issue thanks, as I mentioned lightweight in the title. Unfortunately, this is why a simple DIY solution won't work, so I may have to save for a lot longer, get it surveyed and installed properly!.
Thanks all.
#13
Flynn Jack
Have you checked with building control regards changing to a tiled roof?
You may also want to check if the upvc frames and cill are capable of taking the extra load.
Majority of cills will be hollow with no reinforcing.
The tiles are light weight the plaster is the heavy part but there is also the potential of over a ton of snow if we ever get a good covering, i did get a cheaper quote but it just involved covering over the original polly carb roof using the existing roof frame and without the building regs from the council but went with the dearer quote for a better job with all signed off by the council
#14
BlackCloud
billingtonrover
Hi,had my tripple plastic poly carbonate roof replaced with heat reflecting ,self cleaning,thermal glass.No more noise,useable all year round plus you still have all the natural light. Hope this helps you decide one way or another.
​I know prices would depend on individual specs, but how reasonable a cost was that. Are you looking at hundreds,
couple of grand?
Mine was roughly 3mtr x 3mtr,4 segments and came in under £1500.
#15
dothedealnow
​Thanks am aware of building controI and am aware of the support issue thanks, as I mentioned lightweight in the title. Unfortunately, this is why a simple DIY solution won't work, so I may have to save for a lot longer, get it surveyed and installed properly!.
Thanks all.
Hi,my roof is approx 3mtr x 3mtr and is divided into 4 segments. The price came in under £1500.
#16
billingtonrover
BlackCloud
billingtonrover
Hi,had my tripple plastic poly carbonate roof replaced with heat reflecting ,self cleaning,thermal glass.No more noise,useable all year round plus you still have all the natural light. Hope this helps you decide one way or another.
​I know prices would depend on individual specs, but how reasonable a cost was that. Are you looking at hundreds,
couple of grand?
Mine was roughly 3mtr x 3mtr,4 segments and came in under £1500.


​Now that seems more my budget. Thanks and I guess no Building Control needed!
#17
billingtonrover
BlackCloud
billingtonrover
Hi,had my tripple plastic poly carbonate roof replaced with heat reflecting ,self cleaning,thermal glass.No more noise,useable all year round plus you still have all the natural light. Hope this helps you decide one way or another.
​I know prices would depend on individual specs, but how reasonable a cost was that. Are you looking at hundreds,
couple of grand?
Mine was roughly 3mtr x 3mtr,4 segments and came in under £1500.

Thanks, that's affordable and won't break the bank
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