Leka Warm Roof

The Leka Warm Roof is made differently versus other solid roofs on this website, it is manufactured from GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) making it lighter than other solid roof systems, so it is a good choice for replacing an existing conservatory roof.

GRP is however weaker than aluminium used in other systems so if you're looking for larger doors you will need additional structural support which can be costly.

When it comes to installation times, it takes three days instead of the industry leading two. That’s one extra day when your conservatory will be exposed, which is best avoided if at all possible.

Weight(kg/m²) 34.44
U-Value 0.15
Installation Time (days) 3
Minimum Pitch (deg) 10

Component Features

  • Tie Beam Free
    A tie beam is a horizontal bar or beam that ‘ties’ the roof together to keep it in the correct position and supports additional load from wind and snow.

    Solid roof systems that are based on conservatory technology will require a tie beam that is visible inside, but systems based on more traditional building principles have stronger beams and therefore never require a tie beam.
  • Internal Lighting Pelmet
    An internal plastered pelmet which runs around the perimeter where the top of the windows/doors meets the roof. It gives a more extension-like feel to a room and is a great place for spotlights and speakers.
  • Slimline Aluminium Cappings
    Vital to the overall aesthetics of your conservatory roof, most tiles have matching hip and ridge caps, but these can often be quite thick, if you’re after a slimmer, modern look, some systems have a coordinated slimline aluminium capping finish.

    Read more about different finishes here.
  • Thicker Matching Cappings
  • Lightweight Slate Effect Tiles
  • Lightweight Shingle Effect Tiles
  • Traditional Roof Tiles
  • No Cold Spots
    A cold spot is an area of the roof where there is a gap in the insulation, these areas will be colder and creates a greater risk of condensation forming which could lead to mould issues.
  • Fire Tested
    This means the roof has been fire tested as an assembled structure (conservatory). A full fire test evaluates how all the parts of the roof interact in a fire, rather than relying on a fire safety certificate of separate components.
  • Meets Building Regulations
    All solid conservatory roofs require Building Regulation approval because a certificate is required when you are selling your home. If a roofing system is already pre-approved, the process is much easier, more certain and quicker.

Finish/Roof Surface:

Leka Tapco Slate
Tapco Slate
Metrotile Shingle

Installed Fast and Efficiently

What’s the worst part of Christmas Eve? Waiting to open your presents. Well, with the Leka Warm Roof you won’t have to wait for long to start seeing the benefits of your new solid conservatory roof.

Installation and fittings usually last just 2 or 3 days, so in the space of just one weekend, you could have a brand new solid roof on top of your conservatory, with all the benefits that come with it.

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Cost Effective Tiled Conservatory Roof

Conservatories have been a pain in the past when it comes to keeping annoying heating costs to a minimum. They were always the weak link in the house that let the most heat escape, and as a result, the heating had to be turned up to accommodate. The Leka Warm Roof provides a standard U-value of 0.18 with an option to reduce this to 0.15 if required. That means you won’t have to fiddle with the thermostat quite so often, and costs should be lower as a result.

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40 Years Warranty

Having a conservatory roof last you years is nice. Decades is even better. The Leka Warm Roof comes with a 40 year guarantee as standard, that’s 40 years of saving you money on heating and fuel costs, not to mention saving you on replacement costs as well. You really will be able to fit and forget with the Leka Warm Conservatory Roof.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is GRP?

GRP stands for glass reinforced plastic. It's a fancy term for a fancy feature, as the GRP rafters are a lightweight solution to aluminium and timber. The great thing about Leka Warm Roofs using GRP is that they don't absorb any moisture and they make the roof one of the lightest on the market. This keeps its tough and strong even years down the line.

How waterproof are the Leka Warm Roof internal boards and outer sheets?

Let’s face it, it rains an awful lot in the UK, so it’s important to make sure your solid conservatory roof can withstand all that water. Luckily, the Leka Warm Roof is 100% waterproof at both its internal Leka boards and its outer sheets. That means it can rain all it wants, but your conservatory will stay dry and cosy.

What styles are on offer from this solid conservatory roof?

There are many different styles of conservatory out there, all looking for a brand new tiled roof. Whether you have a Victorian, Edwardian or lean to style conservatory, you won't have to sweat. The Leka Warm Roof system can suit a variety of conservatory types.

What choice or roof tiles are there for the Leka Warm Roof system?

There's a choice of two stylish, premium roof tile designs available for the Leka Warm Roof so that you can tailor your new solid conservatory roof to your home's style. Leka offers a sleek and elegant Tapco slate finish and the Metrotile finish, great for matching your house roof.

What colours do the solid conservatory roof tiles come in?

Both the Tapco sate finish and the Metrotile finish come with a bunch of colour options. If you want to stand out from the crowd you can go for a brighter, more vivid colour, or, if that isn’t your style, you can go for something a little more subtle, but still stylish as ever.
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