Ultraroof is a good all rounder and has some benefits that the other roofs on this website don’t have – this is because the roof is constructed with a much wider beam than other systems. This makes the roof stronger so it can handle door spans as large as 4000mm, which helps to save you money on additional structural support if you are planning to use large doors. The unique design of the beam also means, it doesn’t need a tie beam giving you uninterrupted views of the ceiling making your conservatory feel more like an extension and less like a conservatory.

When it comes to weight and energy efficient Ultraroof it is amongst the best. Weighing in at 38kg/m2 it is one of the lightest roof systems we compare, making it ideal to sit on top of old or new conservatories. With an energy efficient and Building Regulation compliant U-Value of only 0.15 as standard, it can go as low as 0.13 if required so it will help to keep your conservatory toasty in the winter and cool as a cucumber in summer too.

Ultraroof also has some unique design features which make for a more modern look. The full length panels of glass bathe your conservatory in natural light, but also helps to keep you snug as a bug in a rug with a range of performance glass options available. Externally Ultraroof uses aluminium cappings that are much slimmer than the other systems and look very neat especially on smaller conservatories where the thicker matching cappings can look quite chunky.

Weight(kg/m²) 38
U-Value 0.13
Installation Time (days) 2
Minimum Pitch (deg) 12.5

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:

Real Tiles
Real Tiles
Ultraroof Slate
Ultraroof Slate
Ultraroof Metrotile

Rooflights, Windows & Glazing

Ultraroof Conservatory Roof UK
Ultraroof UK
Ultraroof Conservatory Roof

The Strongest Roof in Town

Calling this customer a tough cookie doesn't do it justice; the Ultraroof is the strongest solid conservatory roof there is and is up for anything you can throw at it. What makes it so tough? Well, the Ultraroof can handle even the largest door spans, up to 4000mm, nearly double what other solid conservatory roofs can manage. This means you’ll never have to use additional structural support if you are planning to use large doors.


Light as a Feather

Alright, maybe not quite but it’s as close to it as you can get from a solid conservatory roof. Being the strongest tiled conservatory roof in town isn't enough for the Ultraroof, it’s panels are surprisingly lightweight despite their immense strength and weighs only 38kg/m².

Ultraroof Tiled Conservatory Roof

Tie Beam Free

If you prefer for your conservatory to have the aesthetics and feel of a solid extension rather than a conservatory, the Ultraroof is right for you. With it's unique design, it avoids the tie beam completely while being immensely strong. From the inside, you'll notice the influx of style forgoing the tie bar creates.

Ultraroof Installers

Installed Fast and Without Hassle

OK, so it’s the strongest solid conservatory roof out there, check. It's also one of the lightest solid conservatory roofs around; check. But it's not content just to have those two titles; the Ultraroof has to go one step further by being the fastest roof to install on the market too! Gone are the days of having to wait weeks for your new solid conservatory roof; the Ultraroof takes just 2 days to install. Even better, it's watertight in around 6 hours, so you're getting the benefits of a new warm conservatory roof right from day one.

Solid Roofed Conservatories

Style in Spades

It’s our professional opinion that the Ultraroof is among the best looking solid conservatory roofs out there. With aluminium framing, slimline hips and roof cappings, it has a modern appeal that can't be denied. The slates are an excellent finishing touch, too, with a choice of colours allowing you to tailor this roof to your home.

Solid Conservatory Roof Full Length Glazing

Frequently Asked Questions

Just how energy efficient is the Ultraroof?

The Ultraroof solid conservatory roof is a bit of a show off when it comes to thermal performance. Featuring a fully insulated structural beam, the Ultraroof has a U-value of 0.15 as standard with the option to get this as low as 0.13 W/m2K if required.

Is installation hassle free?

The Ultraroof is designed to be installed in a jiffy, aided by its lightweight yet strong materials. Everything's done in the factory, meaning less clutter for your home and garden!

Is the Ultraroof fireproof?

Showing off to others, the whole system, structure and roof is fire tested, unlike other solid roof systems. It is fire rated as B-roof according to EN 13501-5: 2016 and also rated as AC according to BS476-3:2004, giving you total peace of mind.

Are solid conservatory roofs better than other roofs?

Conservatory roofs are our bread and butter. We think solid conservatory roofs are great for homeowners who are looking for a warm conservatory without having to fork out for a full-blown brick-built extension. They are much speedier to install too, giving you more time to kick back and enjoy your extra space.

How much do these conservatory roofs cost?

When it comes to your conservatory, one size never fits all. Your specific measurements and requirements will all affect the cost of your new roof. But knowing you’ll never need additional structural support, the Ultraroof is sure to save you some pennies.
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