Official installers of the Guardian™ roof system.


    *Mandatory Field Send

    Replacement Conservatory Roof Redcar

    A replacement conservatory roof can transform any conservatory in Redcar into what it always should have been – a superb space all year round.

    The problems are all too common. Most conservatories are flawed and unfit for purpose. They are too hot in the summer and in winter they require the heating on almost 24/7 to be useable.

    These problems stem from one huge flaw – the roof. Most conservatory roofs are either glass or polycarbonate, both materials unable to regulate temperature. They were used because they are light enough to fit on to a conservatory frame, but they serve only to amplify the weather conditions – making it uncomfortably hot in summer and too cold in winter.

    A replacement conservatory roof, available in Redcar through Guardian Roofs Nationwide, fixes this problem and has further benefits too.

    Benefits of Conservatory Roof Replacement

    It should be noted that in mentioning benefits, we are referring specifically to the Guardian Roof. This is a replacement roof that has full Local Area Building Control (LABC) approval. Indeed, it was the Guardian Roof that led to regulatory change, prior to 2010 conservatories had to have either glass or polycarbonate roofs. It was Guardian’s work in proving a lightweight, tiled roof was beneficial that made them permissible.

    Replacement Conservatory Roof Redcar

    A Great Room All Year Round

    Undoubtedly, this is the key benefit and why so many people contact us from Redcar and beyond. Upgrading to a replacement conservatory roof transforms the room into one that can be used for any purpose.

    The conservatory can become a home office, a gym, a games room, an extra lounge, a cinema room or be used for any other purpose. 

    Rather than a flawed conservatory it effectively becomes a superb extension, with all the uses of that room but without the hefty price tag.

    Verified reviews from previous customers demonstrate just how transformative the work is. 

    Improved Looks

    With a glass or polycarbonate roof, the conservatory looks like a bolt-on to the rest of the house, it doesn’t exactly blend in.

    Switching to a lightweight, tiled roof changes this. The Guardian Warm Roof is available in a wide range of styles and subtle colours – Victorian, Edwardians, lean-to, Gable and more besides. Bespoke options are also available.

    The new roof will blend in with your house, again making there conservatory take on the appearance of a sympathetic extension.

    However, this is not at the expense of it being a light and airy room. Finishing touches such as sky lights help to give the home owner the best of both worlds – a room that is light and airy, but also useable. 

    We can incorporate Fakro skylights and premium efficient LED spotlighting to ensure your room is bright all year round.

    Our photo gallery showcases previous installations. 

    Financial Sense

    Upgrading to a replacement conservatory roof is a home improvement that makes financial sense.

    Each and every year, there will be energy bill savings to be enjoyed. Independent research by AECOM suggested these come to around £200 per year on a typical property – and with energy prices only going one way these will grow further still.

    If you ever look to sell the work also often pays for itself and more besides, this through. Greatly increased asking price. Any would-be buyer is benefitting from superb extra space, rather than left wondering what to do with a flawed conservatory.

    In many instances, the work will have effectively paid for itself through increased house value by the time the paint is dry.

    Minimal Upheaval

    A typical installation takes just three days – this to remove and recycle the old roof, install the new and apply all finishing touches.

    We leave your home clean and tidy every night and act to the highest professional standards.

    We also appreciate that nobody wants builders in their home for longer than is necessary – even very polite, courteous and tidy builders. We can’t promise you won’t know we’re there, but we will cause you as little disruption as humanly possible.

    Complete Peace of Mind

    Our roofs have full Local Area Building Control approval and we ensure all paperwork is correct and accurately filed.

    When you come to sell, you will have all the documentation to show the quality of work and that it had full approval.

    Further Information

    We have a full brochure that is available for download, this packed full of key information. 

    You can also see roof styles and roof finishes on this site.

    If you would like further information, or an obligation-free quote, please call us on 0800 433 7079 or use our Contact Form. 

    Online and video call quotes are available and we respect all social distancing regulations when attending for a quote or work. 

    About Redcar

    Redcar is a seaside town in North Yorkshire. As go the 2011 census, it had a population of just over 35,000.

    The history of Redcar dates back to the 14th century, at which stage it was a small fishing hamlet. It remained a relatively small settlement until coastal holidays became popular in the 19th century and at this stage, Redcar grew rapidly.

    One interesting fact about Redcar is that it has the oldest surviving lifeboat, the Zetland, – dating from 1802.

    The steel industry was key to Redcar for many decades, but the remaining plant was controversially mothballed in 2015.

    Notable Redcar residents or those associated with the town have included Mo Mowlam, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, and David Coverdale – a singer with Whitesnake and Deep Purple.