Extend your living space and create a comfortable room that is light, bright and suitable all year round with Livinroof. A hybrid conservatory roof offering all the benefits of a warm roof, whilst offering customisable glass panel options, exactly where you need them.Find an Installer Start Your Quote
You no longer have to choose between a solid or glass conservatory roof, Livinroof combines the best elements of both. Extend your living space and create a comfortable room that’s light, bright and suitable for year-round living.
Whether you are planning a new house extension, replacing an existing conservatory roof or creating a Garden Room, Livinroof will give you the design flexibility you need. Enjoy the sense of privacy and comfort that comes with a solid roof but without compromising on light.
Livinroof's design is robust but stylish, it is constructed from aluminium or insulated composite external panels and insulation. The urban grey panels that form part of the Livinroof add that all-important wow factor to your home.
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Glass panels can be inserted to replace any of the grey roofing panels, and in almost any shape – enabling you to maximise the light in your room to produce a contemporary design not easily achievable with other conservatory roofs. Your newly-installed Livinroof will truly transform your interior space.
Internally, Livinroof is stunning. It can deliver a magnificent vaulted ceiling and incorporates an internal pelmet around its perimeter, into which lights or speakers can be installed. At the ridge of Livinroof, you can also insert or hang lights in places you otherwise wouldn’t be able to on a vaulted or suspended ceiling.
The following market-leading features come with Livinroof:
Livinroof is compatible with the following building styles:
Livinroof is a hybrid solid roof system with solid and glass panels. The performance glass panels used in Livinroof are available in a variety of colours, a range of U-Values and light rejection properties.
Your replacement conservatory roof will be contemporary grey in colour. Its neutral shade means it will blend in with your design scheme and the architectural style of your property.
Personalise the appearance of your Livinroof by choosing from the following options:
All of our conservatory roofs are accompanied with a comprehensive 10-year parts guarantee. Please check with your installer to find out what warranties they include with your installation.
Livinroof is compatible with any shape or building style, and it can also be installed at a pitch as low as 5°. Shaped glazing can be inserted almost anywhere in the roof, which means you’ll be able to focus the light where it’s needed most.
The combination of these market-leading design features means you’ll be investing in the most configurable solid conservatory roof on the market. Livinroof is packed with a range of other features that make it a popular choice.
Renovate Your Roofline. Bring your roofline to life with our decorative cornice. Four styles are available, each of which will hide your guttering and add shape and style to your house extension or conservatory.
Speed and Convenience. The Livinroof is quick to install compared to other solid conservatory roofs and, because of its prefabricated design, it doesn’t require any onsite cutting, reducing waste and disruption.
Thermal Efficiency. The insulated pelmet helps to deliver exceptional levels of comfort. Livinroof has a U-Value of 0.15 or 0.12, meaning your room will be a comfortable temperature all year-round.
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Livinroof can be built in almost any shape and size. You’ll also be able to insert shaped glazing almost anywhere in the roof to create a stunning internal design, while also focussing the light where you need it most.
No other solid replacement roof on the market is as flexible as Livinroof. Depending on your design requirements, its pitch can be adapted from between 5 - 40.9°. This means it’s perfect for low-pitched or lean-to conservatories or extensions.
When buying a replacement conservatory roof, you want to know that it will protect you and your family if the unthinkable happens. That’s why Livinroof has undergone extensive fire testing to ensure your safety and meet Building Regulations.
Livinroof has been independently fire tested as a fully assembled structure by Warrington Fire. This means our quality assurance process allows us to measure how the different parts work together – not just in isolation, which means you can buy with peace of mind.
Livinroof has the strength needed to tolerate extreme environmental conditions. The U-Design software we use enables us to anticipate the worst possible wind and snow loads based on your postcode – resulting in a precision engineered roof that’ll last.
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How much a replacement conservatory roof costs depends on the size and style of the roof, as well as whether you choose a glazed, solid or tiled replacement conservatory roof.
Your local Ultra Installer will be able to advise on the best replacement conservatory roof for your project and provide a quote.
If you are replacing a glass or polycarbonate roof with a new glass roof, you won't need Building Regulation approval as long as your conservatory is separated from your house with internal doors, is heated using a portable, plug-in heating system, has more than 75% glazing in the roof and 50% glazing in the walls and is smaller than 30m2.
If you are replacing a glass or polycarbonate roof with a solid or tiled conservatory roof, this will be subject to Building Regulation approval.
This would be classed as a ‘change in energy status’ and ‘material alteration’ triggering a Building Regulations application.
It is important to get Building Regulation approval as certification will most likely be requested by a conveyancing surveyor if you should decide to sell your house. Not having a completion certificate could potentially hold up the sale, resulting in a retrospective application being submitted which may or may not be accepted.
Whether you need planning permission to replace your conservatory roof depends firstly on what type of roof you are replacing it with. If you are replacing with a glazed roof it is unlikely that you will need planning permission but your Ultraframe installer will be able to confirm this.
If you are replacing with a solid or tiled roof you may need planning permission. You should speak to the planning officer at your local council who will be able to confirm this for you.
No, you don't need an architect to replace a conservatory roof. Your local Ultraframe conservatory installer will be able to take care of every step of the replacement conservatory roof process for you.
Whether you are replacing your conservatory roof with a glazed, solid or tiled roof, Ultraframe replacement conservatory roofs are among the best on the market.
This is because every single roof is designed to the postcode of the location where it will be installed for total structural integrity, as well as providing market leading thermal performance and design options.
To replace your glass conservatory roof contact your local Ultraframe installer who will be able to explain the options to you. Once you have decided on the replacement roof, your installer will remove the existing conservatory roof and the windows and doors if needed and replace with your new conservatory roof.
There are several ways to make your conservatory roof warmer but the most important thing is not to use a conservatory insulations company as this process is detrimental to the performance and structural integrity of your conservatory.
Ways that you can safely make your conservatory warmer include retro-fitting an Ultraframe insulated pelmet or replacing your roof with a solid or tiled conservatory roof such as Livinroof or Ultraroof.
Replacing a conservatory roof can usually be done within a matter of days. If you are replacing your conservatory roof with a solid or tiled roof, you will then need to allow for extra time for the interior to be plasterboarded and skimmed.
You don't always need to replace the windows and/or doors when you replace a conservatory roof. Your installer will assess their strength and advise whether they need to be replaced or upgraded to support the weight of your new conservatory roof.
As a guide, single-storey rear extensions must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by more than eight metres if your home is detached, or more than six metres for any other style of house.
Extensions of more than one storey must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by more than three metres. How far you can extend your house without Planning Permission comes down to the various rules within Permitted Development.
These rules look at various factors such as how close you are to your neighbour's home and the type of home you live in. Your local installer or Building Control officer will be able to advise on how far you can extend your home after visiting your home and looking at these factors, as well as the others which make up the Permitted Development rules.
Ultraframe solid and tiled conservatory roofs have been fully fire tested. This means that not only the components have been fire tested, the whole built up roof has been fire tested.
The Ultraframe solid roofs; Livinroof and Ultraroof are the only replacement conservatory roofs to be tested in this way, providing you with total peace of mind.
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