UltraRoof380 Tiled Roof

A lightweight replacement roofing system

UltraRoof380 Tiled Roof

The UltraRoof380 has been designed to overcome the problem of your conservatory being too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter.

Its unique design creates a beautiful vaulted plastered ceiling inside and on the outside a smart tiled finish which is available in 3 colours to match or co-ordinate with any home.

Now on display at our showcentre

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A conservatory with poly-carbonate roof

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The same conservatory with a UltraRoof380 replacement

Frequently asked questions

Affordability is perhaps the most important consideration for any homeowner. Conservatories vary greatly in price, starting at around £10,000 right up to over £100,000. Costs will be influenced by size, material, design, roof, glazing type, and site. It’s also worth visiting our vast show centre where we can give you guideline prices for models as displayed.

The UltraRoof380 is a tiled roof that comes with x3 colour options and the RealRoof has flat matt grey panels. Both allow you to combine solid roofs, with internal plaster finish, with windows for light.

The ultraroof380 is a classed as an extension, it transforms a conservatory into an extension, warm and bright all year round. It also doesn’t require planning permission, subject to survey, and turns a conservatory in to a thermally efficient room that can be used all year round. 

The UltraRoof380 has x3 different tile colours to choose from and the internal ceilings are vaulted to maximise space. You can also add glass panels to let the light flood in. 

An eaves pelmet can be fitted for improved insulation and can be incorporated with wireless speakers and spotlights creating a room like feel.

Usually the answer is no, as long as the conservatory does not cover more than half your garden area. There are exceptions, such as installing conservatories on Listed Buildings or in conservation areas, so, if you’re unsure, it’s always best to check with your local authority. Although planning permission is not usually required, your conservatory installation will need to comply with current Building Regulations.

When you’re planning a conservatory installation, it’s important to have a realistic timescale. This can help to limit disruption to your daily routine. Of course, timescales will depend on the size and complexity of the installation. A free survey will give you a general idea of what timescale to expect.

The pelmet can be fitted with wireless speakers and spotlights creating a room like feel.

You can also add a 1,2 or 3 or a curved cornice gutter. Which is also thermally insulated adding to the over thermal properties of the build.

Yes. We are able to design sliding doors in to almost any design.

Again, this will depend a lot on your personal preferences and the style of your home. As a general guide, PVCu is usually most cost-effective/thermally efficient and virtually maintenance free. Hardwood Timber is ideal for period properties and Listed Buildings.

Every home is different. The good news is that a range of conservatory styles will be available to you when you speak to us. We are able to tell you about the range of products available – for example, a Contemporary Lean-to conservatory is suitable for smaller homes – we offer advice on how to customise your product. For example, you could ask what colour schemes are available and whether you can add a wood-grain foil effect to the design.