Our Price Promise

We are very proud of our competitive pricing, which starts from as low as £3200 inclusive, and we offer the following price promise:

If any of our competitors offered a better price for a like-for-like product we not only guarantee to match it, but we will beat it by a further 5%

Internal Ceiling

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This is basically a DIY project, as all materials are readily available. It involves installing a thermal blanket under the existing roof frame, with a finished ceiling of interlocking pvc or plasterboard. 

This should be in the £2,000 to £3,000 range but your existing roof panels will still be in place. 

That normally means that it is not a nice, new, fresh external finish, still prone to deterioration (i.e. leaks, draughts etc) and we are often called ni by people to upgrade these to our system.

Tiled Roof

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We have all seen these roof types where the glass/ polcarb panels, plus roof frame, are removed and replaced with a tiled external finish plus an internal insulated ceiling. Two problems

with these: you need to get Building Control approval which may mean that the foundations or structure needs reinforcing due to the weight and a normal project will take up to a week, involving wet trades such as plasterers etc. 

These projects will normally cost between £8,000 and £20,000.

Our System
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With our method, normally it is a simple one day job, where your existing roof panels are removed and replaced with our fully insulated panels, which do not require building control approval. Now, where some companies out there will try to charge the same price as a tiled roof. 

Our system starts at £3,200 and with our price promise guaranteeing that we will not be beaten on price for a panelled system.


We Offer Our Price Promise

If you were able to get a like for like quote for less than our price, we will not only match it, we will give you an additional 5% off!!


Warmer in Winter

Keep your conservatory warm in the winter


Cooler in Summer

Cools your conservatory in the Summer


Add an extra room

Allows you to use your conservatory all-year


Insulating your conservatory roof offers several advantages. Firstly, it improves thermal efficiency, meaning your conservatory retains heat better in winter and stays cooler in summer. This makes the space more comfortable to use year-round and can reduce energy bills. Additionally, roof insulation can reduce noise from rain and provide better acoustics inside the conservatory. It also minimizes the likelihood of condensation, thereby reducing the risk of mold and dampness.

While some insulation types, like polycarbonate inserts or multi-layered foil, can be a DIY project for those with some home improvement experience, it is often recommended to hire a professional. Professional installation ensures that the insulation is correctly fitted, maximizes efficiency, and avoids any structural damage to your conservatory. Additionally, professionals can advise on the best insulation type for your specific conservatory and handle any planning permissions if required.

There are various materials you can use to insulate a conservatory roof. Some popular options include: Polycarbonate inserts: Lightweight and easy to install, these are fitted into the roof's existing structure. Multi-layered foil insulation: This reflects heat and is often used in combination with thermal wadding for enhanced insulation. Insulated panels: These can replace glass or polycarbonate roof panels and offer high levels of insulation.