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Transform your conservatory into a comfortable, all year round living space with a Classic Warm Roof conversion

Is your conservatory...

  • Too hot in summer or too cold in winter?
  • Waste of valuable living space?
  • Unable to relax to watch TV?

Advantages of a Classic Warm Roof conversion

  • High performance insulated warm roof conversion system
  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Provides energy cost savings
  • Reduces rain noise

For the first time in 6 years I can use the room all year round, plus the usual excellent Classic serviceMrs Saunders, St.Neots

A Warm Roof is the biggest revelation to hit the home improvement market for years. You can now change your tired old conservatory roof to a brand new Classic Warm Roof and effectively turn your old conservatory into a new room that can be used all year round. The complete changeover can take as little as 5 to 8 days depending on size, also with very minimal disruption to your household, in most cases your roof will be watertight in one day. Should you have a very large conservatory then we would ensure that we had 2 of our expert installations teams on site to make this happen.

The Roof System is designed to replace the existing glass or polycarbonate roof of a conservatory while retaining the original windows, doors, frames and walls, at the same time providing substantial energy cost savings. That said it is very common for our customers to change their tired old inefficient frames to more modern frames at the same time. The Warm Roof is fully tested and approved to all the latest thermal and structural standards.  The Classic Warm Roof is a high performance insulated roof system comprising of a pre-engineered frame, packed with 150mm thick rigid insulation. There is a a choice of external tile finishes and you have the option of Velux roof windows and LED lighting.

 Click here to download our Classic Warm Roof brochure


This is the second time I have used Classic and as before the service & care was first class, money well spent

 --Mrs Mudge, Eaton Socon