Lightweight, Tiled Conservatory Roof Systems.

Turn your conservatory into a comfortable, year-round living space

Leka Systems – Lightweight, Solid Roofs for Conservatories

Solid tiled conservatory roof solutions from Leka Systems. We provide lightweight conservatory roof systems throughout the UK.

  • Typically fitted in 2/3 days

  • Lightweight

  • Cost Effective

  • Energy Efficient

  • MFA Approved

  • 40 Years Warranty on Leka Components

  • UK Installation Network

We designed the lightweight Leka Roof to outperform as well as outlast common glass and polycarbonate roofing systems. It’s so good it has been approved by MFA, the approved building inspector licenced by the Government, and our patented technologies lead the way for innovation in the industry.

The Leka Systems tiled conservatory warm roof is protected by GB patent no. 2538540 and is one of the most innovative roof systems on the market place today’.

The MFA approved Leka System is a truly lightweight, tiled, solid conservatory roof system (no smoke screens) and with an overall U value available from 0.12 it currently dominates our marketplace.

We do not brand the new LEKA System as a lightweight energy efficient roof system, without having the facts to back it up, whilst more traditional products/materials actually weigh nearly double that of a traditional glass conservatory roof and have lower U values.

Do not just take our word for it, compare the facts?

Frequently Asked Questions i.e. Do I need to have building regulations? Answers on our FAQs page

Improved Insulation & Reduced Glare

If you have a glazed or polycarbonate roofing system on your conservatory, you may find the space too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. The reason for this is poor roof insulation. It is also common for homeowners to find glare in the winter and summer unbearable. The Leka System solves both these issues with proper insulation set into a solid, tiled conservatory roof. This creates a more usable space year-round.

Faster Build Speeds

An advantage to our lightweight conservatory roof has over the competition is it is MFA approved, which allows building applications to be fast-tracked in most cases. This speeds up the build and is one of the reasons why installers love our system.

Increased Efficiency & Longevity

The Leka, tiled conservatory roof is far superior to competitor systems. It delivers the performance, efficiency and longevity of your normal roof, and crucially, a material match. You can have a concrete effect or slate effect tile in a wide range of colours.

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“A great service from start to finish. Very pleased with the new leka system conservatory roof and would highly recommend this solid roof.”

Mr and Mrs Crossen


Improved Compatibility

The Leka, solid roof conservatory system is compatible with most existing conservatory builds or can replace a traditional roofing system on a new build. Our system weighs little more than a common glass roofing system with the benefits of added warmth and reduced glare. It’s the best warm roof conservatory system on the market in our opinion.

U Value From 0.12

Importantly, existing conservatories rarely need extra structural bracing, but should always be checked for suitability. This is key because it shows just how lightweight the Leka System is. It achieves this with an overall U value from 0.12. The closer a U value is to 0 the better insulated a roof is. Our warm roof conservatory, is one of the most thermally efficient on the market.

Unlimited Range of Styles

You can have your new, warm roof conservatory in a near unlimited range of styles. Popular styles include Victorian, Edwardian, gable ended, lean-to and combination. The Leka System can match the design of your old roof or replace it with a new design. It’s up to you. The Leka, conservatory roof system uses Tapco slate and Metrotile concrete effect tiles. These engineered tiles are strong and unlike the natural alternative they don’t degrade or weather over time.

Certified Installers

Because of its superior performance, the Leka, conservatory roof system is often the first choice for a solid conservatory roof conversion and Certified Installers should erect it. Certified Installers are trained to fully understand the system and how it should be fitted. This ensures every installation is a high-quality one when fitted by certified installers. If you are an end-user, always ensure your installer is Certified. We can verify installers if you contact us.

Extensive experience

Some competitor roofs weigh twice that of our system. We listened to our customers and leant on our extensive experience in the trade to design a genuine lightweight, tiled conservatory roofing system. When only the very best will do, the Leka System delivers, and that’s a guarantee.

“The benefits are far superior than what we had expected. Good service and excellent workmanship to complement such a fantastic product in the Leka System. We now have a conservatory that is usable year-round and have already recommended this to our friends/family”

Mr and Mrs Jones


Covering the UK & Ireland

Wherever you live in the UK & Ireland, we have you covered. Leka Systems is proud to work with a number of certified Retailers and Manufactures across the UK.

Contact us today to find a Supplier in Your Area

Why Choose A Leka Conservatory Roof Conversion?

  • Truly lightweight

    A truly lightweight tiled conservatory roofing system (no smoke screens). We do not brand the new LEKA System as a lightweight roofing system without having the facts to back it up, whilst other products/materials actually weigh nearly double that of a traditional glass conservatory roof.

  • No outer plywood needed

    Removing the usual need for an outer plywood material which again is open to deterioration over a period of time and replacing with the new LEKA structural, 100% weatherproof, lightweight and insulated boarding system reduces the overall weight of the roofing system and improves the overall U values of the finished product. This is complemented with a breathable membrane for additional weather proofing.

  • Better lifespan

    Using either a Metrotile OR Britmet lightweight sheet for your outer finish of your new sunroom or a Tapco OR Britmet Lite slate alternative you can rest assured that the product provides a better lifespan to a heavy alternative tile and is lighter than that of concrete or traditional slate.


  • More innovation less complexity

    With innovative products throughout and combining insulated sheets with PIR insulation the LEKA system has less elements to install onsite which speeds up your installation timings with average installation only taking 2-3 days including removal of your old conservatory roof.

  • Glass reinforced plastic

    Using GRP or glass reinforced plastic allows a structurally tested, lighter alternative to aluminium and timber when providing the main structural roof rafters. GRP is not at risk of sweating /condensation or cold bridging like aluminium. Nor is GRP open to wood worm, moisture absorption or potential rotting such as timber. The Leka System Structural profiles are manufactured and comply with BS EN13706.

  • Leka insulated board

    With our own Leka insulated finishing board replacing the need for plasterboard as the internal finish prior to plastering, this new innovative board is a third the weight of a plasterboard and insulated at the same time. For a more traditional cost effective finish, standard 12.5mm plasterboards can also be utilised as part of the Leka ECO range which (in most cases) doesn’t affect our exceptional U values of 0.15.

  • Weighing within 10-12% of a traditional glass roof

    Average Leka system roofs weigh within 10-12% of a traditional glass conservatory roof which allows (in most cases) your existing conservatory frames to take the weight of your new Leka roofing system.

  • Improved energy efficiency

    Having a load bearing structural insulated and weatherproof outer sheet allows the use of less roofing bars and so our roof bars can be spaced further apart which reduces weight and also improves energy efficiency levels.