You will not require planning permission to replace the roof of your conservatory, however building control regulations are recommended.
You may want to obtain the building regulations yourself or CosyRoof can obtain them for you. We can also provide building regulations at a discounted price. You can contact us with any further queries regarding building regulations or you can explore the planning portal website for further information.
Yes, you get a 10-year guarantee on your CosyRoof so whatever happens you can have peace of mind that you are covered. All tiles used by CosyRoof also come with a 40-year guarantee.
A CosyRoof conservatory roof conversion can take anywhere between 1 and 3 days to complete with the average conversion taking 2 days to complete.
CosyRoof are one of the UK and Ireland’s leading conservatory roof conversion specialists and pride ourselves on providing our customers with the best product and service that we can. We treat your home like it is our own and make sure to leave your home tidy when the job is complete.
CosyRoof install roofs all over the UK and Ireland and we have offices in London, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Dublin. Where ever you live, we will replace your conservatory roof.
A CosyRoof is a solid, lightweight tiled roof that sits on top of your existing conservatory frame. Due to the lightweight tiles, you do not need to replace or reinforce the existing frame.
The cost of a CosyRoof is tailored to your conservatory and no two conservatories are ever the same. Due to dealing with multiple currencies and different legislation and laws for each country, as well as your own requirements, each CosyRoof quote is unique to each customer.
To find your local installer, give us a call on (0207) 863 7868
The inside of a CosyRoof has a plastered finish and can have a range of lighting based on your requirements.
Without seeing your conservatory first hand, it’s almost impossible for us to confidently and accurately determine whether you will lose light with a solid conservatory roof. It depends on many factors, such as the size and shape of your conservatory as well as its placement and positioning.
Generally, in most cases the answer is no – you won’t lose light and, if you do, it won’t be noticeable. From our experience, customers only lose at most 5% light and this can be compensated for by using light reflective paint on the inside of the roof, making it just as bright as ever.