Solid or glass conservatory roof? How do you choose between the two? Choose the Livinroof, and you can have the best of both worlds!

The glass can be placed anywhere you want and in any shape, including unique triangular patterns, allowing you to create a truly bespoke design and invite plenty of sunlight into your conservatory.

It’s the lightest solid conservatory roof at just 31kg/m², putting the least amount of pressure on your conservatory's window frames. It's a looker too, unlike other solid roofs, Livinroof is not tiled but instead has modern grey insulated panels mixed with the glass.

With the Livinroof, you really will be able to 'livin’ your conservatory all year round. With U-value of just 0.15, you'll be able to enjoy your conservatory whenever you want. And it's not just the U-value that catches the eye; the urban grey panels and shaped glass panels really shout "Wow!" to everyone from inside and out. Unique triangular panels create a truly distinct aesthetic both inside and outside your conservatory

The Livinroof is ‘livin’ proof that you can have the best of a glass and solid conservatory roof in one great package, making it truly different from other solid conservatory roofs.

Weight(kg/m²) 31
U-Value 0.15
Installation Time (days) 2
Minimum Pitch (deg) 5

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:

Livinroof UK
Hybrid Solid Glass
Solid Insulated Panels
Solid Insulated Panels

Glazing & Configurability

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Livinroof Conservatory

Livin in the Light

The Livinroof really shines, literally, when it comes to letting natural light flood into your conservatory. The glass panels can be placed wherever the light is most needed to ensure you get the most light invited into your home. You can choose your own specification of glass whether you’re after something that keeps the heat in, protects your furniture from fading or reducing the solar gain that can overheat a room so you won't have to trade light for energy efficiency.

It also means you won't have to rely on electrical lights, potentially saving you a pretty penny in utility bills. Brighten up your conservatory with the Livinroof.

Livinroof Conservatory Roof

Weather Resistant

Your conservatory roof is your first line of defence against the worst that the weather has to offer, so it needs to be pretty tough. The Livinroof isn’t one to buckle under pressure though, having gone through extensive testing to make sure it’s up to snuff. This super strong solid conservatory roof has been tested against hurricane level winds of up to 130mph and has held true. But it’s not just wind that it can withstand, heavy snow can’t even penetrate this solid conservatory roof.

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Fire Tested

Even fire doesn’t scare the Livinroof, having been fully tested. The complete, assembled Livinroof structure was independently, fully fire tested in 2017 by Warrington fire, and passed with flying colours. Even the individual parts have their own fire resistance, with the aluminium panel being rated as AA according to BS476-3:2004.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I have my Livinroof glass panels placed anywhere?

Yes, you can! Why have all your glass in the same place when you can put them wherever you want? The glass panels can be configured however you fancy, ensuring you get a bespoke design and the most natural light that the sun has to offer.

Unlike other roofs that can only take rectangular glass panels, you can even have them in triangles too, giving you complete flexibility to create a stunning design.

Is the Livinroof strong and sturdy?

The Livinroof is one tough cookie; even wind speeds of 130mph won’t cause concern. And it’s really no surprise, with super strong eaves beams, ridge, valley and jack rafters inside, the Livinroof has everything it needs to provide a truly sturdy performance.

Can I change things up to suit me?

Just like trying on a new dress, with solid conservatory roofs, one size never fits all. The Livinroof is one clever cookie, though, with literally any shape being catered for. So, no matter how complicated your conservatory is, or if you have obstacles to get around, the Livinroof will work like a charm.

Is the Livinroof as light as a feather?

Not quite, but it's not far off! Weighing only 31kg/m², it's the lightest solid roof out there! Good news if you’re replacing a conservatory roof but not the existing window frames.

Does the Livinroof keep my conservatory a comfortable temperature?

Absolutely! The glazing has several different options to make sure your conservatory doesn’t get too toasty for comfort. If you live in a sun trap, you can use the solar glazing that rejects up to 87% of the suns rays, keeping your space cool. If you live in a more shaded part of the country, that's no problem either! Just choose glazing with a U-value of less than one to keep heat inside your home.

How long will this solid conservatory roof last?

The Livinroof is ultra tough and sturdy and able to withstand the elements fantastically. But, even better, it comes with a 10 year parts guarantee, meaning at least a decade of comfortable conservatory usage.
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