Conservatory Types

At Warmer Roof we can provide you with a replacement conservatory roof no matter the shape or style of your conservatory. From Edwardian, Victorian, P-Shape styles to Lean-to conservatories we will have the perfect replacement roof for you.

EDWARDIAN

This is a popular style conservatory with its classic, clean-lines of the Edwardian. This conservatory offers an ideal way to maximise the space in your home

LEAN TO

The Lean-to style conservatory is a popular choice for many homes. It has a simple clean lines and perfectly suited for modern style homes.

GABLE END

A gable-end conservatory can add real style to your home. A gable-end conservatory is square or rectangular in style giving you maximum space.

EDWARDIAN DOUBLE

This style conservatory is adaptable to any home. Whether you live in a house or bungalow, height restrictions are not a problem.

VICTORIAN

This beautiful English design looks perfect against any home. The style is adaptable to any building shape making it the perfect choice.

All of our conservatories are customizable and you can have whatever style you want and what colour you want. There is an unlimited list of things that you can do with a conservatory. Here are just a few ideas; BBQ’s, gatherings, chill out area, family lounge area, games room, dining area and so much more.

Make sure to get in contact with us to find an accurate price for the work you need to be done. Go to the contact page or the get a quote page on the menu bar.

Tapco Slate

TapcoSlate gives an authentic slate finish with a rugged surface and edges but has an innovative design to improve the performance of our tiled roofs. TapcoSlate won’t break or delaminate and comes with a 40-year warranty.

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New Government Guidance for Working in Homes during Lockdown

The latest announcement from Certass Competent Persons Scheme has said that external works on conservatories, glazed extensions, etc. can be carried out, as long as there is a thermal divide and you can maintain social distancing.

Non-essential replacement and installation works inside occupied homes should not be undertaken during lockdown.