Upgrade Your Conservatory with Conservatory Roof Replacements in Lincolnshire

We understand how important it is to have a beautiful, comfortable home to call your own. And we know that conservatory roof replacements can make a difference in the way you feel about your space. That’s why Cliffside Windows is proud to offer high-quality materials and installation options for homes in the Lincolnshire area that will transform your space into something special. 

From tiled conservatory roofs to solid roof replacements, to the latest in solar glass roofing options, we have a wide range of styles and colours available for you to choose from.  

Get in touch with us today and let us help you improve the look and feel of your home. 

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Conservatory roof replacements in Lincoln  

Replacing your old conservatory roof is an easy and cost-effective way to improve thermal efficiency and update the aesthetics of your home. Adding a solid or tiled conservatory roof or installing solar control glass will help make the space more comfortable and more versatile all year round. All of our replacement conservatory roof options are available with a huge selection of cresting and finials kits and in a wide range of styles and colour options to bring some contemporary style to your home in Lincoln or surrounding areas. 

Tiled conservatory roof replacements 

At Cliffside Windows, we offer a selection of different tiled options for conservatory roof replacements in Lincoln. A tiled roof offers excellent thermal insulation and can be as much as 15 times more efficient at retaining heat than older-style glass or polycarbonate roof panels 

Our tiled roof replacement options are available for all types of conservatories – including the most popular Victorian, Edwardian, and Lean-To styles – and are available in a range of colours to suit your home and individual tastes. Roof windows can be incorporated to ensure the space remains light and airy. 

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Fully glazed conservatory roof replacements 

Replacing your conservatory roof doesn’t mean you have to block out the natural light. You can add glass panels to either tiled or solid panel replacement roofs, but if you want to retain that traditional conservatory feeling, then a fully glazed roof is the best way to achieve that. Unlike old-style glass or polycarbonate roofs, the latest solar control glass options from Cliffside Windows allow you to maximise the natural light in your conservatory but without the huge temperature swings often associated with polycarbonate conservatories. We can also offer self-cleaning glass, to ensure your conservatory stays looking its best without the need for regular window cleaning. 

Usable Conservatory space all year round 

If you find your conservatory is too cold for use in the winter months but too hot for comfort during the summer, you are not alone. In recent years many homeowners in Lincolnshire have unlocked the true potential of their conservatory space by replacing the tired old polycarbonate roof with a modern, thermally efficient upgrade. 

The improved thermal insulation from a tiled or solid conservatory means that less heat is lost when it’s cold outside. Conversely, when it’s hot outside, less of that heat is transferred and your conservatory remains cooler. The result is a more comfortable temperature all year round, making a more versatile and more usable space all year long and saving you on heating or air conditioning costs too. 

As well as a more stable and comfortable temperature, a tiled conservatory roof replacement will also address any issues with weatherproofing that you may have been experiencing with your old roof. As an added bonus, the new conservatory roof will have much better noise reduction properties, making the space really feel like a part of your home.  

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Do I need planning permission to install a conservatory roof replacement in Lincoln? 

The short answer is no. Replacing the roof of your conservatory does not usually require specific planning permission. There are a number of certain measures that need to be met, and some cases may still need specific planning permission. 

For more information, read our blog Do I need planning permission for my conservatory? Or get in touch and one of the team will be able to answer any questions you may have.