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Conservatory Roof Replacement Hailsham

High Quality Tiled Conservatory Roof Replacements

If your existing conservatory is looking tired and is never the right temperature to enjoy, then you may require a conservatory roof replacement. Many traditional glass roofs or polycarbonate roofs require plenty of ongoing maintenance, they look dirty and they often leak. A solid roof will transform all of these issues. Glass or polycarbonate roofs are not very insulated which often leaves them at an uncomfortable temperature with living spaces too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter.

We can replace your roof with a solid, lightweight, tiled roofing system which will leave you with a modern and functional room to enjoy all year round.

Look through our gallery to see some of our finished conservatory roof installations. They are all bespoke and can include roof windows to keep plenty of sunlight entering the room.

Benefits of tiled, solid conservatory roofs

  • Decreased energy bills
  • Increased insulation properties
  • Transforms the look of your home
  • Low maintenance
  • Little cleaning required
  • Little outside noise
  • Cost effective over a new conservatory or an extension
  • Quick installation
  • 10 year guarantee

About Us

Vision Conservatory Roofs are a small, local business who specialise in conservatories. We offer conservatory roofs replacements, new conservatory builds and roof refurbishments and repairs. We work across East Sussex, working until every client is more than happy with their conservatory transformation. Every aspect of our work is carried out by our in-house team.

We can complete a conservatory roof replacement in just 7 days - start to finish! This includes removing and disposing of your old roof. All of our insulated conservatory roofs come with a 10-year guarantee. We are also fully insured.

For your free quote, please give us a call on 0800 612 7681. We look forward to hearing from you.

Conservatory Roof Replacement Hailsham
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