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Achieving Outstanding Designs with a Replacement Conservatory Roof

A replacement conservatory roof will form only part of your new structure. How else are you going to ensure that the design of your new room stands out from the crowd and adds value to your home?

Over the past few years, bi-fold doors have grown in popularity. When combined with the right conservatory roof, these stunning products help to create a space that’s light and connected to the outside.

When you choose an Ultraframe installer for your home improvement project, you’ll gain access to a stunning range of replacement conservatory roofs that come armed with a range of practical and visual benefits.

Which Replacement Conservatory Roof Is Best?

The type of system you choose will depend on your objectives. The good news is that Ultraframe’s replacement conservatory roofs aren’t just high-performing, but adaptable. Their flexible designs can, therefore, be tailored to meet the demands of most homes – which means you’ll be able to find a product that suits your needs entirely.


This replacement conservatory roof system empowers Ultraframe customers like you to blend the very best attributes of solid and glazed designs to great effect. Glazed panels can be used to replace any of the aluminium panels in your roof; what’s more, the flexible design of this innovative roofing system means that the glass can be configured into any shape.

The sheer versatility of the Livinroof system means that it’s possible to choose exactly where light falls within your new room. Your conservatory will never feel gloomy or enclosed and will, instead, benefit from a steady stream of natural light that will connect it to adjoining rooms within your property to create a seamless effect that’s truly outstanding.

If you want to further accentuate the sense of space within your room, your replacement conservatory roof can be built to accommodate a vaulted ceiling. If you want to achieve a cosier effect with the design, that’s also possible. You can opt for a suspended one instead that will be perfect if you want to use your conservatory as a lounge. 

The Livinroof system includes:

An internal pelmet perimeter ceiling system that’s in-filled with mineral insulation to ensure thermal efficiency and absolute comfort.

Ultraframe’s Classic Cornice (optional), which will conceal your guttering and reward your conservatory with stunning sightlines.

Livinroof is also pre-fabricated, which means your installer can get straight to work as soon as your replacement conservatory roof arrives on site (the system could be in situ within as little as six hours). This reduces the timescale for the project and also means you won’t be disturbed by unwanted noise and mess. 


If your existing conservatory roof was fitted a long time ago – or wasn’t installed correctly the first time round – you’ve probably been left with a space that’s thermally inefficient and which has been relegated to little more than a glorified storeroom.

Ultraroof is a solid conservatory roof system that can accommodate glazed panels or Velux windows to deliver an environment that’s not just comfortable – but filled lots of space-creating light that will make it a joy to spend time in any time of the year.

The inside of your conservatory will benefit from a pelmet system that lighting or speakers can be affixed to. This will help make your new space feel more like a comfortable room, so that you can use it more like a living space and less like a storeroom.

Livinroof is easy to install and complies in full with all current Building Regulations. It is thermally efficient – thanks in part to the industry-leading Conservaglass glazing that blocks out 60% of solar rays – and will contribute to reducing your heating costs.

Your replacement conservatory roof can include:

Traditional or modern roof capping for your conservatory roof’s hips and ridges, enabling you to achieve your desired look

Accommodate fascia boards in different colours (Rosewood, White, Black and Oak) to tie-in with your window frames.

Have You Heard About Our Veranda?

If you want a conservatory roof that’s like no other, take a closer look at our Veranda system. The roof oversails the limits of the structure to create an overhang that provides protection from the weather and create extra space – which means it can be used at any time of year.

The side walls of the Veranda can be built from masonry or glazed – or you could use these materials alternately. Although not strictly a replacement conservatory roof system, you may want to explore this design if you’re starting from scratch or have decided to rebuild entirely.

Find Your Nearest Ultraframe Installer

Uncover our range of replacement conservatory roofs in more detail by speaking to an Ultraframe approved installer near you. Use our free search tool to begin your journey and gain access to our UK-wide network of trusted firms.

You can request a call from our team when searching for an installer. We will be able to call you with advice about our conservatories, orangeries and replacement conservatory roofs – plus, we can even come to visit you at your property.

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