Warm Roof Conservatory Specialists

The Leka, warm roof system for conservatories has been engineered through innovation, technical design and years of practical experience to create probably the best conservatory roof system available

Warm Conservatory Roof – All Year-Round Comfort

If you’re looking to transform your conservatory into a comfortable, usable living space all year round, a Leka Warm Roof System is the perfect solution. Expertly engineered with high-performance insulation and thermally efficient materials, a Leka conservatory warm roof enables you to enjoy a naturally bright and airy space without succumbing to cold drafts in winter or stifling heat in summer.

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A Proven Conservatory Roofing System

With thousands of happy homeowners enjoying the benefits of their Leka warm roof, this is a proven conservatory roofing system that is widely recommended in the trade. It can replace the roof on most existing conservatory builds, including most glass, fibreglass and polycarbonate roofing systems, all with no additional bracing.

Benefits of Leka Warm Conservatory Roofs

Superior Thermal Performance – Leka’s innovative composite roof construction featuring rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation core achieves phenomenal U-Values as low as 0.10 W/m2K for maximum all weather comfort and energy savings.

Beautiful Realistic Tiles – Leka’s lightweight roofing tiles replicate the textured finish of natural slate or clay tiles while weighing a fraction of traditional materials, available in a wide variety of colours.

Added Living Space – Transform wasted space into a functional room with a warm roof conservatory perfect for dining, entertainment, play area, home office or more.

More Benefits…

Increased Property Value – Warm roof conservatories add value and set your home apart with a stunning showpiece filled with natural light.

Proven & Robust Construction – With tens of thousands of Leka roofs installed over 20+ years across extreme weather regions, Leka’s engineered thermally broken structure withstands the elements.

Hassle-Free Installation – Leka roof systems retrofit onto existing conservatory frames with minimal disruption to your home or garden with most installations completed in only a few days.

Complete Peace of Mind – Leka warm roofs are type approved, meeting stringent UK building regulations for complete assurance and peace of mind. Enjoy industry-leading 40 year warranties (T&Cs apply).

Note: certain products within the Leka roof system are not supplied directly from Leka and are not included in the 40-year product warranty.

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The Leka roof has been successfully installed on thousands of conservatories. It is used to upgrade existing conservatory roofing systems and can be installed on new-build extensions / conservatories for aesthetics, performance and energy efficiency. View some of our recent case studies to judge the appearance of the Leka roof for yourself. We also have an extensive list of testimonials from installers.

Leka Skylite Options

The Leka Skylite provides the ultimate blend of comfort whilst letting natural light into your room. Bespoke in size, this unique option can be tailored to suit areas of your room that require additional light and offering with a bespoke modern framework

FAQs – Warm Roof Conservatory.

Insulated Conservatory Roof

A warm roof conservatory is a conservatory with a solid, insulated roof. The solid, insulated structure significantly reduces heat loss through the roof in comparison to fibreglass, polycarbonate and even energy-rated glazing. Warm conservatory roofs are tiled with metal or plastic tiles, most often to match the tiles on the house.

The simple answer is usually no. Upgrading to a solid conservatory roof doesn’t usually require planning permission because it falls under permitted development, however, you should always check with your local council. You do, however, still need Building Regulations approval, and the Leka Roof is MFA certified, so it complies with building regulations by design).

Tiled conservatory roofs offer better insulative qualities than common fibreglass, traditional build, glass, and polycarbonate roofing systems, helping trap warm air to keep the space warm for longer. The Leka roof is fully insulated with PIR sheets or EPS polystyrene with additional products that also enhance thermal efficiency further.

Glass conservatory roofs are warmer than fibreglass and polycarbonate roofing systems, but they are not as warm as solid roofs like the Leka Roof. The main issue with glass roofs is their transparency. In summer, glass amplifies and traps heat like a greenhouse, and in winter, glass offers no protection from glare or heat loss.

If you want a tiled, insulated roof, you must specify a lightweight roofing system to ensure no remedial work is required to the conservatory base and frames in many cases. Your installation company should always check and ensure your windows/doors/glass is sufficient to take the weight of a new conservatory warm roof.

Standard, tiled roofs are too heavy for conservatories, so a lightweight system like the Leka Roof is essential. The Leka Roof replaces roofs made from glass or polycarbonate, and it can be installed as the original roof on new builds.

The Leka system is designed and built to order by independent approved Leka installers (please ask your installers to ensure they have been trained on the Leka System), ensuring we have ultimate control over the quality of hardware and system design.

The Leka roof is built in layers, starting with a GRP frame. Installers then fix internal Leka boards or standard plasterboards to the frame. Leka boards have long-lasting qualities, however, 12.5mm foiled backed plasterboard is also sufficient in achieving correct energy values.

Insulation sheets (PIR sheets or EPS polystyrene) are then installed, followed by load-bearing outer sheets made from high-grade plastic and XPS foam.

The last step is tiling the roof; the Leka Roof uses engineered tiles that mimic concrete or slate and are around half the weight of the natural alternative. Although these are physically different, they are very realistic and provide as close a match as possible to the real thing.