The Ultraroof is a tiled roof for conservatories that looks outstanding and provides incredible thermal efficiency. 8 out of 10 homeowners prefer Ultraroof than any other! Find your local Ultraroof installer or start your online quote today.Find an Installer Start Your Quote
If you want a tiled conservatory roof that looks outstanding and provides incredible thermal performance, choose Ultraroof. This lightweight system is easy to install, thanks to its light weight; it also delivers incredible thermal performance.
Ultraroof is the lightest and strongest tiled conservatory roof on the market. It is designed to sit on old or new window frames and doors; unlike other solid roofs, it never needs a tie bar.
Whether you need a replacement conservatory roof – or are starting from the beginning – our Ultraroof tiled conservatory roofs will reward you with an interior space that’s light, bright, warm and comfortable.
Our Ultraroof tiled conservatory roofs can be installed without delays. The entire system can be watertight in six hours. The entire process has been designed with convenience in mind.
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We’ve recently been carrying out consumer research about our Ultraroof tiled roofing system and are absolutely thrilled that 8 out of 10 prefer it over leading competitor brands. The reasons why are clear and numerous. Ultraroof can be configured into any conceivable style or shape without the requirement for a tie bar. This means that regardless of what style or shape of Ultraroof you choose, you can be assured of an uninterrupted vaulted ceiling – bringing a stunning sense of space and drama to your new conservatory.
Ultraroof features full-length glazing panels – not just smaller Velux-type windows. These full-length panels not only look stunning from inside and out, but they also ensure that the interior is flooded with natural light to ensure a feeling of space.
Ultraroof is the fastest tiled roofing system to fit – meaning that you can extend your home with Ultraroof quicker than with any similar tiled roof system.
While it’s the fastest roof of its type to install, it’s also the safest, because Ultraroof is the only tiled roof to have a full system fire certificate for your complete peace of mind.
Finally, Ultraroof is the warmest tiled roof available, which means that it will become a part of your home that can be used every day, regardless of how cold it is outside.
Read on to find out more about how you can transform your existing conservatory or add on a brand new living space using the Ultraroof system from Ultraframe. Visit our case studies page for real-life projects and inspiration.
*Based on overall looks – Survey conducted Feb 2019 with 64 UK homeowners.
The Ultraroof can be modified to include a wide range of glazing options, depending on individual preferences. To allow light into your conservatory, you’ll be able to choose full height glazing or Velux extension alternatives.
This flexibility means that you'll be able to bring light to your home, your way. More importantly, a roof that projects light into the rest of the house will add more value than a totally solid roof over a dark room.
High-performance glazing that reduces glare – and controls heat entry – can be used to improve comfort. Our glazing is toughened, self-cleaning, while the 4-15mm cavity is filled with Argon gas to maximise heat retention.
You’ll be able to choose from a range of design options when you select Ultraroof. An array of possibilities will be within your grasp that will empower you to customise your replacement tiled roof – resulting in a finished product that ties in with the schemes and layout of your home in every possible way.
The external fascia boards are available in different colour choices to match or contrast with your existing window frames: ‘White’, ‘Black’, ‘Rosewood’, and ‘Oak’. You can also choose your tile style, the colour of your fascia boards and the ridge and capping material, so your new roof blends in.
All Ultraframe tiled conservatory roofs are rigorously fire tested to ensure they provide protection if the unthinkable happens – the Ultraroof is no exception. Fully compliant with existing building regulations, it will protect you and your family. You'll be able to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with quality.
Ultraroof is strong and light in weight. This means it’s designed to last yet won’t place pressure on your foundations or frames – this makes it easier to obtain planning permission. Unlike equivalent conservatory roofs, it never needs a tie-bar – no matter how big the room is. This is important if a vaulted roof is needed.
Ultraroof holds JHAI System Approval helping you to fast track Building Regulation approvals, it is also the only solid roof that uses BBA approved technology.
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Tiled conservatory roofs are very good if you are looking to extend your home and create a thermally efficient room. Tiled conservatory roof extensions can be installed in a fraction of the time that it would take to build an extension using traditional build methods.
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 Ultraframe installer will be able to advise on the best replacement conservatory roof for your prject and provide a quote.
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 installer will be able to confirm. If you are replacing with a solid or tiled roof you may need planning permission. Speak to the planning officer at your local council who will be able to confirm this for you.
As long as your conservatory still meets the following criteria, you shouldn't need Building Regulations approval to replace the conservatory roof. 1) Your conservatory must to be separated from the main house with external quality walls and/or windows and doors that meet Building Regulation requirements. 2) Your conservatory will need to have an independent heating system that has separate on/off and temperature controls to the main house’s heating system. As long as your conservatory still meets these requirements after you have replaced the roof, you shouldn't need Building Regulations approval. However, it's always a good idea to check with your local building control department.
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 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 the best 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 options to insulate your conservatory roof 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 insulate your conservatory include retro-fitting an Ultraframe insulated pelmet or replacing your roof with a solid or tiled conservatory roof such as Livinroof or Ultraroof.
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.
Yes you can have windows in a solid conservatory roof. These can be small Velux windows or with the Ultraroof and Livinroof solid conservatory roofs from Ultraframe, you can have full length roof windows to flood your conservatory with natural light.
Replacing a conservatory roof can usually be done within several 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.
Yes you can replace your conservatory roof with a tiled roof. This is a simple process and one that can be carried out by your local Ultraframe conservatory installer. Ypur new room will be far warmer and feel more like an extension due to the beautiful internal vaulted plastered ceiling.
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. Find out more here: https://www.ultraframe-conservatories.co.uk/news/fire-regulations---ultraroof--livinroof