Your complete guide to conservatory roof replacement

glass roof of conservatory
(Image credit: Conservatoryland)

It might surprise you to learn that a conservatory roof replacement could completely transform your existing conservatory, taking it from draughty, leaky and cold into a space that feels comfortable all year round, is bright and airy, well-ventilated and thermally efficient. It could also give it a real facelift appearance-wise — something that will not only enhance the glazed structure itself, but also your house. 

Although repairing conservatory roofs can go a long way towards updating a structure such as this, if you are keen to make a big change to the way your conservatory looks or the roof is beyond repair, then complete replacement will your only option. 

Michael Holmes

Michael is Homebuilding & Renovating's Director of Content, Vice Chair of the self build industry body, the National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA), presenter of multiple property TV shows and author of Renovating for Profit (Ebury). He also runs an architectural and interior design practice, offering design and project management services. He is one of the country's leading property experts and has undertaken over 30 building projects including two self-builds and the renovation of a Grade-II listed farmhouse. 

Michael has presented over 150 property shows for BBC, ITV1, Channel 5, UK TV Style, and Discovery RealTime, including I Own Britain's Best Home; Don't Move Improve; Trading Up; Good Bid, Good Buy; Build, Buy or Restore?; How to Build A House; and Hard Sell.

Michael is also a regular expert at the Homebuilding & Renovating Shows. He has written for leading British newspapers, including The Daily Telegraph, Sunday Times, Daily Express and The Independent and has appeared on news programmes such as BBC Breakfast.